Milano – Italy. Information and Physicality

Sebastiano Brandolini Born in 1959 in Italy. Graduated in 1982 from The Architectural Association, London. From 1982 to1996 worked as editor of the Italian architecture magazine “Casabella”; since then acted as architectural correspondent and writer for many magazines, specializing in the evolution of cities and landscapes. Has written monographs about various architects, including the Dutch […]

Architecture and Cultural Context

Snehal Shah Snehal Shah studied at CEPT University, Ahmadabad, graduating in 1980. His thesis was supervised by BV Doshi. He undertook postgraduate studies at the Architectural Association Graduate School in London under Royston Landau and Robin Middleton. He worked in Lugarno at the studio of Mario Botta for two years before returning to India in […]

‘Places’ to ‘Spaces’: The Paradoxical Shift

Maria Akhtar Maria Akhtar is working as an Assistant Professor at Dayananda Sagar School of Architecture, Bangalore. She has completed M.Arch. in Architecture Education from SMMCA, Nagpur, and B.Arch. from VNIT, Nagpur. Her Masters dissertation titled “Architecture: A Cultural Artifact: Ancient World View”, was nominated for National Awards for Excellence in Post-Graduate Architectural Thesis 2017, […]

Addressing Changing Cultural Contexts Through Architecture: Rethinking Vernacular

Nikhil Wasade and Rashmi Tijare Nikhil Wasade is currently working as an Associated Professor at the Priyadarshini Institute of Architecture and Design Studies, Nagpur. After completion of graduation in B.Arch., he has worked in 3D visualization and advertising field along with architectural designing. He is Masters in Architecture Education. Rashmi Tijare has done B.Arch from […]

Tourism as a Catalyst for Reviving Cities

Avanti Tohare and Sarika Bahadure Avanti Tohare is pursuing M.Tech in Urban Planning from VNIT, Nagpur. Her areas of interest are Vernacular Architecture, Environmental planning, Tourism development, Sustainable development. Avanti Tohare is pursuing M.Tech in Urban Planning from VNIT, Nagpur. Her areas of interest are Vernacular Architecture, Environmental planning, Tourism development, Sustainable development.  

The Role of Gathering Spaces in a Society: Humanizing the Inhuman

Syedali Fathima and Aarthi Dhanasekaran Syedali Fathima is working as an Assistant Professor at Crescent School of Architecture. She did B.Arch. from Measi Academy of Architecture, Chennai, and is now pursuing M.Arch. (Executive) from Hindustan University, Chennai. She started her profession as an architect and was into practice for the past 7 years. “Architecture to […]