Giac Ngo!

When I last attended the World Architecture Festival in 2013, in Singapore, I was particularly charmed by the work of a new crop of Vietnamese Architects. One firm who's work caught my attention was Vo Trong Nghia architects who work closely with nature, all their buildings have one tenet and that is to include nature... Continue Reading →

Never Demolish

While the above words could seem deterrent to the average architect, they are not for Anne Lacaton and Jean-Phillipe Vassal. But then the two who have been announced as the Pritzker Prize winners for the year 2021, are not your average architects. Building a practice of this very premise, they have a body of work... Continue Reading →

The Rashtrapathi’s House

A visit to the Rashtrapathi Bhavan is not for the faint-hearted. First of all claiming a pass online is a daunting task in itself, the president of India website makes it a tad easy, but the number of questions they ask and the slots that show up make a visit to Vaisho Devi seem much... Continue Reading →

Architect in focus: Sandeep Khosla

Bursts of colour, impressive graphics and applied intelligence are striking elements in Architect Sandeep Khosla's body of work that ranges between beautiful homes, snazzy clubs and institutions that are steeped in the highest realms of architectural values. As I headed down to attend his talk, I was very impressed by the alacrity of the design... Continue Reading →

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