Works and Beliefs of RIBA Gold Medalist 2022, Balkrishna V. Doshi

Works and Beliefs of RIBA Gold Medalist ’22, Balkrishna V. Doshi It is a surreal moment to be able to imbibe words from the maestros of the field. In one of his lectures ‘Breaking the Barriers’, Balkrishna V. Doshi described his work by starting off with three words, ‘Porosity, Paradox and Practice’ where he explained[Read More]

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

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 Plate[Read More]

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

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, the[Read More]

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

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 the[Read More]