The Plated Project is using art to provide 100,000 meals for migrant workers!

&nbsp 20 global artists create limited edition art-plates. Over 140 million people* have lost their jobs in India due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most of these being daily wage labourers and migrant workers. Addressing this issue, The Plated Project, a unique social impact initiative that uses art to end hunger has launched a new series called ‘A[Read More]

Fundraiser Design Competition: Post Pandemic Performances-Gatherings in the times of Social Distancing

&nbsp Humankind has witnessed several historic, life-changing episodes such as industrialisation, colonisation and wars, and society has always adapted to such significant milestones fruitfully. Over the years architecture too, has been a witness the very same happenings, and has shaped itself accordingly to suit the times. While most such events are read and studied about,[Read More]

First U.S. Exhibition of Pritzker Prize-Winner Balkrishna Doshi to Open in September.

&nbsp First U.S. Exhibition of Pritzker Prize-Winner Balkrishna Doshi to Open in September. Wrightwood 659, a private institution located in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood, will host the first U.S. Exhibition of Indian architect, urbanist, and 2018 Pritzker Prize winner Balkrishna Doshi. Running from September 9 till December 12, 2020, the retrospective entitled Balkrishna Doshi: Architecture for the People, is[Read More]