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Athulya Aby reviews the book, Paths Uncharted by Balkrishna Doshi.
Durganand Balsavar, ARTES ROOTS COLLABORATIVE, reviews the book ‘Conservation And The Indian City’, conceptualised, curated, and edited by Poonam Verma Mascarenhas and Vinayak Bharne.
Prof. Narendra Dengle reviews UNBUILT.01, the recently published book by VK:a architecture.
An Excerpt from Unbuilt.01- A collection of Unbuilt Works of Pune- based VK:a architecture.
A first in a series of books, Unbuilt.01 is a collection of unbuilt works by Pune-based VK:a architecture. Its launch coincides with the studio celebrating its 50 years.
Acclaimed Indian architectural author and award-winning architectural journalist Ar. Apurva Bose Dutta pivots her new book, Architectural Inheritance and Evolution of India, on families, architecture, and India through the narratives of ten architectural families in India.
ArchitectureLive!, in association with launch partner Seed, is presenting its findings from the Gender Parity survey in the form of a book- Gender Parity: Architecture Profession in Post-Binary India.
Focusing on the spiritual dimension of professing architecture, the Walton Program proposes that architecture can and should assist the spiritual growth of humanity in the service of tackling both our urgent and enduring challenges.
The book, Spirituality in Architectural Education addresses many important philosophical, disciplinary, pedagogic, and practical questions. Grounded on the twelve-year-old Walton Critic Program at the Catholic University of America School of Architecture and Planning, this book offers solid arguments and insightful reflections on the role that “big questions” and spiritual sensibility ought to play in the architectural academy today.
Future Trajectories: Unfolding India’s Young Architecture is a collection of works of young architectural practices in India that are redefining the architectural landscape of India. Through conversations, essays and interviews, the book explores the past, present and future of Indian Architecture.
Architect Gautam Bhatia reviews the book, ‘Sen Kapadia: In Pursuance of Meanings’, edited by Pinkish Shah.
Edited by Nayantara Patel and designed by Rukminee Guha Thakurta, the book conveys an inextricably linked synergy between Ramu Katakam’s life and work.
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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