Architectural Voices of India: A Blend of Contemporary and Traditional Ethos now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Architectural Voices of India: A Blend of Contemporary and Traditional Ethos by Apurva Bose Dutta.
The field of architecture has gradually evolved from being a mere profession to becoming a representation of the society in which we live. Architects form the voice of this profession, and an in-depth discussion with them allows a greater understanding of their theories, visions for architecture, and contributions towards the field, and how they are managing the non-linear societal evolution in a comprehensive manner.
This volume brings together 17 iconic Indian architects across generations, and, through dialogues, probes into their lives, beliefs and philosophies, and candid thoughts and opinions. It offers a platform for discussions on the core issues of architecture, and serves as a reference for the state of architecture both in India and globally.
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About the Author
Ar Apurva Bose Dutta is a Bengaluru-based architectural journalist. Her professional experience includes decade-long work and collaborations with multiple international and national design publications, publishing houses, building and design firms and organisations, and web portals. In 2016, she represented the Indian delegation of architectural writers as a part of an international media visit in Melbourne. She has been a pioneer in increasing the visibility of the subject of architectural journalism in India, and has been awarded by the architecture, design and building industry for Excellence in Architectural Journalism (2015), Creative Excellence in Architectural Journalism (2010) and A3F award in Architectural Journalism (2009). She graduated in Architecture from Chandigarh College of Architecture, India in 2005, and obtained a diploma in Freelance Journalism in 2008 from Stonebridge Associated Colleges, UK.