Edgar Demello Drawing for book - Architecture Travelogues

Architecture Travelogues: Drawing between the lines, book by Edgar Demello

The Architecture Travelogues, by Edgar Demello, are a compilation of diverse forays into familiar as well as uncharted terrain. By train, bus, by foot and bicycle and at times with a hitchhiker’s board. They are based on notes and sketches as well as on recall. In the reconstructions, reality often meets fiction, creating a map that is partly an imprint and partly ephemeral. The accretive experiences of people, places, and cultures were akin to life’s finishing school.

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Book Cover: Sheltering Angle by Asha Baste

Book: Sheltering Angle, by Asha Baste and Prabhakar Baste

‘Sheltering Angle’ is a book about the design of houses with angled roofs required in the Indian tropical region. The sloping roofs not only provide shelter from heavy rains, but also a sense of visual and emotional comfort which comes from the association of traditional homes with the familiar red-tiled roofs.

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