Unclogging Panaji’s congestion problem

The CCF team discusses a major problem in the Goan capital: mobility, and the proposed Decongestion Model.

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Event@CCF: ‘Can Participatory Development be infused in the Electoral Wards of the Heritage Panchayat of Se-Old Goa?’

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2019 ARCHITECTURAL RESEARCH

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: DEADLINE MARCH 1, 2019

ANNOUNCING AN OPENING FOR A PERMANENT POSITION IN ARCHITECTURAL RESEARCH AT THE CHARLES CORREA FOUNDATION IN PANAJI, GOA.

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Apply by March 1, 2019, for the permanent position opening April/May 2019 with the following qualifications:

☐ Professional degree in Architecture.

☐ Proficiency in using the following software – InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, AutoCAD + SketchUp.

☐ Familiarity with use of WordPress and social media.

☐ Essay – 500 words (max). Prompt: Of the many issues that Charles Correa engaged in as an architect/planner, which speaks to your interests the most, and why?

☐ Writing sample – from an earlier academic paper.

As an architectural researcher, you will have the opportunity to:

☐ Present Charles Correa’s archives, his philosophy, and works, to keen visitors coming to the Foundation, ranging from travelers, student groups, and professionals.

☐  Lead the documentation of drawings and photographs of Charles Correa’s built and unbuilt projects, sketches and essays.

☐   Coordinate with corresponding parties for setting up national and international exhibitions displaying Charles Correa’s projects.

☐  Coordinate with relevant partners for producing publications on Charles Correa’s philosophy and works.

☐  Represent the Foundation’s online presence – website and social media.

Applications to be emailed to <connect@charlescorreafoundation.org> with the subject: ‘Application for Architectural Researcher’ by midnight on March 1, 2019.

Only the shortlisted candidates will receive an email within 6 weeks.

PANAJI VISITORS’ MAP

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A detailed map of the Panaji City Centre of the scale 1:3500 has been drawn accurately to include every narrow winding alley, cul-de-sac, and structure that makes Panaji the beautiful city it is. The map features five recommended heritage-walks and more than fifty recommended places to visit. The Map also includes a 1:20000 scale Key Map of the entire Panaji City, locating all major landmarks and roads.

Copies of the Panaji Visitors’ Map as compiled by the Charles Correa Foundation are available at selected bookstores in the city.

SERIES OF BOOKS

Through the publication of a series of books, the Foundation documents both Correa’s archives and the products of CCF’s research.

Place in the Shade front cover.jpgA Place In The Shade – The New Landscape & Other Essays
Year: 2018
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Buildings as Ideas
Year: 2017
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Living Ideals – Designs for Housing by Charles Correa

Year: 2018
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Housing and Urbanisation

Year: 2000

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The Champalimaud Centre for the unknown and other works
Year: 2013

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Five projects

Year: 1993

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019 FELLOWSHIP

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: DEADLINE FEBRUARY 7, 2019

ANNOUNCING 2019 CYCLE OF THE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP AT THE CHARLES CORREA FOUNDATION IN PANAJI, GOA.

 

The Charles Correa Foundation (CCF) announces the 2019 cycle of the Research Fellowship, a residency program based in Fontainhas, Panaji.

 

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Apply by February 7, 2019, for year-long positions opening March/April 2019 with the following qualifications:

☐ Professional degree in Architecture.

☐ Top 5% of your graduating class, attested by your college.

☐ Proficiency in using the following software – InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, AutoCAD + SketchUp.

☐ Academic Architectural Portfolio (maximum file size 5MB)

☐ Essay – 500 words (max). Prompt: Of the many issues that Charles Correa engaged in as an architect/planner, which speaks to your interests the most, and why?

☐ Writing sample – from an earlier academic paper.

During the Fellowship, you will have the opportunity to:

☐  Assist in preparation of project proposals, surveys, and documentation, mapping and analysis, graphics, essays and presentations related to research projects, including coordinate with agencies (government and private) for permissions, status, etc.

☐  Assist in work related to acquiring funding for projects or events related to the activities of the Foundation such as preparation of dockets, posters, invitations, etc.

☐   Assist in organizing outreach programs through publications, conferences, exhibitions, and workshops.

☐  Write on issues related to architecture, through essays, blogs, etc.

☐  Assist in designing and scheduling events related to the activities of the Foundation.

☐  Present Charles Correa ‘s archives, his philosophy, and works, to keen visitors coming to the Foundation, ranging from travelers, student groups, and professionals.

Applications to be emailed to <connect@charlescorreafoundation.org> by midnight on February 7, 2019.

Only the shortlisted candidates will receive an email within 6 weeks.

 

VISIT FROM HIS EXCELLENCY, ANTONIO COSTA, THE PRIME MINISTER OF PORTUGAL

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His Excellency, António Costa, the Prime Minister of Portugal on his official visit to India, had visited the Charles Correa Foundation on 12 January 2017 along with his other visits to the main centres in Goa.

DESIGN OF INCREMENTAL HEALTH CENTRES IN GOA

 

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Proposed Strategy for the Design of Incremental Health Centres in Goa

Location: Goa
Status: Preliminary Report
Year of Completion: 2016 Continue reading “DESIGN OF INCREMENTAL HEALTH CENTRES IN GOA”

RATIONALIZING SIGNAGE IN PANAJI PART B: COMMERCIAL SIGNAGE POLICY

 

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Well ordered commercial signage placement, Panaji

Location: Goa
Status: Project Proposal Report Submitted to CCP
Year of Completion: 2017 Continue reading “RATIONALIZING SIGNAGE IN PANAJI PART B: COMMERCIAL SIGNAGE POLICY”

RATIONALIZING SIGNAGE IN PANAJI PART A: ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNAGE POLICY

 

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Sample Application of Guidelines on Traffic Signage

Location: Goa
Status: Project Proposal Report Submitted to CCP
Year of Completion: 2016 Continue reading “RATIONALIZING SIGNAGE IN PANAJI PART A: ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNAGE POLICY”

HERITAGE CONSERVATION PHASE 1 – LISTING AND GRADING OF HERITAGE STRUCTURES IN PANAJI

 

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Heritage Spread in the City of Panaji

Location: Panaji
Status: Documentation Report
Year of Completion: 2014 Continue reading “HERITAGE CONSERVATION PHASE 1 – LISTING AND GRADING OF HERITAGE STRUCTURES IN PANAJI”

LANE REDEVELOPMENT MALA AND FONTAINHAS

 

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Proposal for the Lane Redevelopment of Mala

Location: Panjim
Status: Project Proposal Report for Mala and Fontainhas – Implemented for Mala
Year of Completion: Fontainhas – 2014
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RIVER TRANSPORTATION – INLAND WATERWAYS

 

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Proposal for the efficient river transportation system in Goa

Location: Panaji
Status: Study Report for Inland Waterways and Ferry Points Development
Year of Completion: 2015 Continue reading “RIVER TRANSPORTATION – INLAND WATERWAYS”