Charles Correa Gold Medal 2022

OPEN CALL TO COLLEGES!

This year the Charles Correa Gold Medal will focus on thesis projects that address climate concerns through architecture design.

Charles Correa coined the phrase ‘Form Follows Climate’ and often said “to build in India is to respond to climate”.

The Jury will evaluate entries that consider the site and climatic context of the proposed project, ones that are clearly formulated within the framework of ‘Form Follows Climate’. We will be looking for clear concepts and the quality of the execution of the idea will be considered.

Registration process:

  • Colleges willing to participate for the Charles Correa Gold Medal 2022 must email education@charlescorreafoundation.org for the registration form.
  • The form must be filled and signed by the Head of Institution along with the official seal and should reach the Charles Correa Foundation by post on/before the submission deadline, Wednesday, 15 June 2022.
  • Mailing address for submission of the registration form is ‘Charles Correa Foundation, 169, St. Sebastian Chapel Road, Fontainhas, Panaji, Goa – 403001’.
  • After registration, CCF will send the confirmation for registration, Unique ID code and submission template via email.

Submission Guidelines

  • An Unique ID code will be provided by the Charles Correa Foundation (CCF).
  • Applicants must use the Unique ID code as the file name during submission of the deliverables and in all correspondence for Charles Correa Gold Medal 2022.
  • The final submission cannot display the name or any symbol, motto or distinguishing mark of the student or participating institute in any shape or form. The entry must clearly depict the Unique ID code. Failure to comply with the above steps will lead to an automatic rejection of the entry.
  • Deadline for submission of all listed deliverables, is – 12 noon on Friday, 15 July 2022.
  • Submission of the entry is also an acceptance, on behalf of the student, of the terms and conditions laid down by CCF for the Charles Correa Gold Medal 2022. Participants are advised to retain copies of the material submitted.
  • CCF reserves the right to amend the competition terms and conditions, including the date of submission, without notice due in the case of any unforeseen circumstances. The participant is bound to comply with the same. The terms and conditions will be updated on the CCF website. https://charlescorreafoundation.org/portfolio/charles-correa-gold-medal/
  • The decision of the Jury will be final and binding.

Deliverables

CCF is looking for a multi-disciplinary approach in the submission and such entries will have an edge along with the quality of submission.

Submissions are expected in a maximum of 6 presentation boards (A3 sized) in digital format (PDF). Hand rendered as well as digital medium is allowed. The font size must be as specified in the submission template. If abstractions are used in developing the design they are expected to be laid clearly in the presentation, with the help of visual medium. A video may be submitted to provide verbal information lacking in the presentation boards.

All obligatory items as listed below must be combined in a folder named, “submission_UniqueID_CorreaGM22”. For example if your Unique ID code is G94, the folder name will be “submission_G94_CorreaGM22”. The combined folder must be attached via the WeTransfer software (www.wetransfer.com) and the link to download the files to be sent to the email education@charlescorreafoundation.org with the subject: “submission_UniqueID_CorreaGM22”.

Following are the obligatory items that need to be submitted as an entry:

  • Maximum of Six A3 Presentation Boards in digital format (.PDF)
    These six (6) A3 sized (420 x 297 mm) presentation boards must be formatted in landscape orientation. The resolution of the boards must be 300dpi in CMYK mode. The presentation boards must be combined into a single PDF document. The document must be named: “submission_uniqueID_CorreaGM22”
  • One Video Clip in digital format (.MP4)
    One video with maximum duration of 2 minutes, which can include a conceptual explanation of the project, voiceover to explain research, critical spaces, walkthroughs, etc. The videos may be used for digital publications, social media outreach and maintained in CCF’s records. The video must be sent as an MP4 file in the WeTransfer link.
  • Project Icon, Description and Location Pin (.JPEG & .DOCX / .PDF)
    For publishing on the Charles Correa Gold Medal Storehouse. The requirements include:
  1. A project icon, (which can be a drawing, rendered view, conceptual diagram etc.) of 1920×1080 (16:9) resolution in JPEG format.
  2. A project description of 150-200 words in a word doc file (.DOCX / .PDF). 
  3. Site location pin, i.e. coordinates taken from Google Earth/Maps.
    (Example: 18°55’20.1″N 72°50’03.3″E) The location pin can be added along with the project description in the same word document / .pdf file.

Rights

The participating college and student shall be the sole and exclusive owner of the copyrights to the project submitted. However, CCF will have the right to edit and publish the projects received, in print and digital format for the purpose of records, academic interest, awareness initiatives and promotion of future editions of the Charles Correa Gold Medal and the Charles Correa Gold Medal Storehouse.

Eligibility

  • The applicant college of architecture must be located in India and approved by the Council of Architecture (COA).
  • Each entry must be an architectural design thesis project of a bonafide student of the applicant college of architecture. The student must be the sole author of the project. Group work is not permitted.
  • The chosen site should be located in India and should address real-life contemporary issues pertaining to the current theme of the competition.
  • The applicant college may send only one entry, and the entry must be the thesis project of a student from the graduating class of the academic year 2021-22.
  • Each entry must be submitted by the Head of Institution, with the consent of the student.

Timeline for reference

  • Registration Deadline – 15 June 2022

  • Submission Deadline – 15 July 2022

  • Winner Announcement – First Week of September

Charles Correa Gold Medal Storehouse

The ‘Storehouse’ is a digital repository of undergraduate architectural thesis projects that were received as a part of the Charles Correa Gold Medal. The storehouse intends to be a compilation of curated academic projects from across India, that gets updated annually after the Gold Medal Awards hosted by the Charles Correa Foundation.

Click on the image to visit the Charles Correa Gold Medal Storehouse.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Which academic year students are eligible for participating in the competition?

Only students from the academic year 2021-22 (graduating in 2022) are eligible for participating in the competition.

Q. Can M.arch students also participate?

The competition is only open for students of bachelors of architecture.

Q. How many students can participate from one college?

Every participating college has to shortlist and finalise one student whose registration will be submitted to the Charles Correa Foundation.

Q. I am a student and want to register myself for the competition. What should I do?

A student cannot register themselves as the Gold Medal is a competition amongst architecture colleges. The first stage of the award starts within the participating schools of architecture. The school will identify one student from among its graduating class and nominate their work for the Gold Medal.

Please feel free to ask any queries in the comments below.

Charles Correa Gold Medal | Past Winners

The Charles Correa Gold Medal is an award initiated in 1998 by the Indian architect and urbanist Charles Correa.

At its inception in 1998, the medal was awarded annually to the best thesis project from the Goa College of Architecture, Panaji. A couple of years later the scope was extended to schools of architecture in Mumbai, with administrative assistance from the Urban Design Research Institute (UDRI). Over 17 years, the Charles Correa Gold Medal has selected 16 gold medalists and 23 honourable mentions which were reviewed and selected by a jury which included Charles Correa, Kamu Iyer, and other eminent architects.

From 2021, the Charles Correa Foundation has administered the awarding of the Gold Medal.

  • 2021

    Gold Medal Winner
    Project Title

    Institution

    Prachi Kadam
    Decoding Cultural Trauma: The Case of Girangaon, Mumbai
    LS Raheja College of Architecture, Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Jaswanth NS
    Pop Up Structures For Temporal Scenario
    CARE School of Architecture, Trichy

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Manish Shravane
    Infrastructure for Artistic Practice
    School of Environment and Architecture, Mumbai

  • 2017

    Gold Medal Winner
    Project Title

    Institution

    Aashna Shah
    The Subaltern speaks — the Others and
    the City
    Kamla Raheja Institute of Architecture and Environmental Studies, Mumbai

  • 2016

    Gold Medal Winner
    Project Title
    Institution

    Tejas Amrutkar
    Ageing in Place
    Rachana Sansad Academy of Architecture, Mumbai

  • 2015

    Gold Medal Winner
    Project Title

    Institution

    Shahbaz Shamsi
    Waste (plus) Port A Social Mortar in Mumbai Urban Context
    Rachana Sansad Academy of Architecture, Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Hardik Ajmera
    Circle of Life
    Kamla Raheja Institute of Architecture and Environmental Studies, Mumbai

  • 2014

    Gold Medal Winner
    Project Title

    Institution

    Mathai George
    Banganga: Tracing the Route of the Solitary Pilgrim
    Rizvi College of Architecture, Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Varun Bajaj
    The Khirki Interface
    School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Priyanka Sheth
    Place of Memory
    CEPT University, Ahmedabad

  • 2013

    Gold Medal Winner
    Project Title

    Institution

    Nishita Kamdar
    Eyes of the Skin: A Recreational Centre for the Blind
    Kamla Raheja Institute of Architecture and Environmental Studies, Mumbai

  • 2012

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Nupoor Monani
    Disregarded Historicity
    Kamla Raheja Institute of Architecture and Environmental Studies, Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Dipti Shukla
    Modern Hindu Temple
    Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Engineering, Navi Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Marsha Silgardo
    Resonant Memory
    Kamla Raheja Institute of Architecture and Environmental Studies, Mumbai

  • 2011

    Gold Medal Winner
    Project Title

    Institution

    Akanksha Raina
    Revitalization of Central Business District in New Delhi
    School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title

    Institution

    Richa Mehta
    Water Edge: Redesigning the Waterscape in Jodhpur
    Kamla Raheja Institute of Architecture and Environmental Studies, Mumbai

  • 2010

    Gold Medal Winner
    Project Title

    Institution

    Pooja Dalal
    The Porous Edge: A new urban Imagination for Institutional Communities
    Kamla Raheja Institute of Architecture and Environmental Studies, Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Manish Mishra
    Fashion + House
    D.Y. Patil College of Architecture, Navi Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title

    Institution

    Rhea D’Silva
    Agro Housing: An integrated Farming Concept
    Rizvi College of Architecture, Mumbai

  • 2009

    Gold Medal Winner
    Project Title
    Institution

    Anuj Daga
    Cinema for the Blind
    Rachana Sansad Academy of Architecture, Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title

    Institution

    Dhaval Malesha
    Temple of Work: Varanasi Socio-Cultural Space
    Rachana Sansad Academy of Architecture, Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Drynan Godhinho
    Centre for Contemporary Arts at Miramar
    Goa College of Architecture, Panaji

  • 2008

    Gold Medal Winner
    Project Title
    Institution

    Ashish Mohite
    Mill Lands In Mumbai
    D.Y. Patil College of Architecture, Navi Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Anand Mata
    Traditional Houseform and Community Fabric
    CEPT University, Ahmedabad

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title

    Institution

    Medha Salarpuria
    Study of Housing Pattern, Social Spaces and Rituals
    Rashtreeya Vidyalaya College of Engineering, Bengaluru

  • 2007

    Gold Medal Winner
    Project Title
    Institution

    Namrata Kapoor
    The Giant’s Garden
    Kamla Raheja Institute of Architecture and Environmental Studies, Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Rachna Chaugule
    Software Development Park
    Bharatiya Kala Prasarini Sabha’s College Of Architecture, Pune

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Samira Sukhatme
    Changing the Face of Juvenile Reformatory
    Rizvi College of Architecture, Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Nandita Raghu
    Urban Form, Institute of Urban Studies
    D.Y. Patil College of Architecture, Navi Mumbai

  • 2006

    Gold Medal Winner
    Project Title
    Institution

    Melissa Viegas
    Redesign of Holy Spirit Church School
    Goa College of Architecture, Panaji

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Priya Kanchan
    The Gorai Dumping Ground
    Sir J.J. College of Architecture, Mumbai

  • 2005

    Gold Medal Winner
    Project Title

    Institution

    Prajna Rao
    Transforming Urban Institutions: Marriage of the Urban Jail
    Kamla Raheja Institute of Architecture and Environmental Studies, Mumbai

  • 2004

    Gold Medal Winner
    Project Title
    Institution

    Sahil Latif
    Strengthening a Community’s Identity
    Kamla Raheja Institute of Architecture and Environmental Studies, Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Nidhi Mathur
    Tourist Centre at Bassein Fort
    Sir J.J. College of Architecture, Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Vipin Nambiar
    Transport Interchange at Andheri Station
    Pillai’s College of Architecture, Navi Mumbai

  • 2003

    Gold Medal Winner
    Project Title

    Institution

    Rachna Sheth
    A Case of Hybrid Growth: Experiments in the Mill Lands
    Kamla Raheja Institute of Architecture and Environmental Studies, Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Sachin Mulay
    An Exploration of Bioclimatic Skyscrapers
    Pillai’s College of Architecture, Navi Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title

    Institution

    Sachin Bhoite
    Urban Structure: Development of a Configuration
    Kamla Raheja Institute of Architecture and Environmental Studies, Mumbai

  • 2002

    Gold Medal Winner
    Project Title
    Institution

    Dushyant Desai
    A Case of Benevolent Violence
    Kamla Raheja Institute of Architecture and Environmental Studies, Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Archis Kulkarni
    Development of Cultural Cross Lane
    Pillai’s College of Architecture, Navi Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title
    Institution

    Darshan Deshmukh
    Cultural Centre at Thane: Incorporating Urban Space
    Pillai’s College of Architecture, Navi Mumbai

  • 2001

    Gold Medal Winner
    Project Title

    Institution

    Sanjay Nayak
    Centre for Arts at Bandra Reclamation
    Rizvi College of Architecture, Mumbai

    Honourable Mention
    Project Title

    Institution

    Rashna Kapadi
    The Square and Circle of Mosques
    Rachana Sansad Academy of Architecture, Mumbai

The Interlace

Author: Nishanth Krishna
Site Location: Law Garden, Ahmedabad
Institute: CEPT University, Ahmedabad
Advisor: Jayant Gunjaria & Viral Bhavsar

description

When time passes by, there is a need for public interventions in the city to be re-interpreted so that it responds with its present urban conditions in a better way and also it can contribute to the city life around.

Thakor Bhai hall is the most used drama hall in the city which hosts events with a seating capacity of 721. While their typology requires performance spaces to be a closed box, they are also inherently public spaces. The challenge is to be able to house this instrument along with public spaces in this rich context i.e. Law Garden which is absent in the present design.

The design brief is to re-design Thakor Bhai hall considering the present issues faced by the hall and its immediate context. The primary function remains the same i.e. the auditorium.

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Centre for Arts and Sciences Originated in India University

Author: Vivek Eadara
Site Location: Hyderabad
Institute: Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts University, Hyderabad
Advisor: M. Vinod Ganesh

description

This project is a pursuit of seeding our arts and sciences into modern Indian societies, as a cultural phenomena.

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An Archaeological Experiential Museum, Vadnagar

Author: Ravi Modi
Site Location: Vadnagar, Mehsana district, Gujarat
Institute: MS University, Baroda
Advisor: Prof. Percy Adil Pithawala, Ar. Ashish Amin, Ar. Niketa Moghe, Ar. Mitesh Panchal

description

The objective of this thesis is to raise awareness about the rich history of Vadnagar and evoke a sense of pride and belonging amongst the younger generation through cultural heritage. The challenge is to provide a solution for new intervention without disturbing the foundations of the existing and future ruins which remain yet to be excavated.

Hence the project has tried evolving to an appropriate system of construction which provides inherent flexibility for ease of construction and adaptability to emerging conditions at site during assembly and erection.

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Designing Architecture for Humanitarian Purposes

Author: Abhishek Rameshbhai Donda
Site Location: Slums (J.K.Puri) , Jajmau, Kanpur
Institute: Sarvajanik College of Engineering and Technology, Surat
Advisor: Prof. Niraj D. Naik

description

The project looked at how architecture could be used as a tool to empower and improve the living conditions of tannery workers in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh.

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Integrated Inter-State Bus Terminus in Surat

Author: Priyanka Yogesh Vaidya
Site Location: Surat, Gujarat
Institute: Pillai’s HOC College of Architecture, Rasayani
Advisor: Ar. Shuchi Joshi, Ar. Aswathy Rajgopal

description

The aim of the project is to create seamless connectivity in urban areas by enhancing more on the usage of public transport and explore intergrated inter-state bus terminus ground infrastructural developments which will create an identity and will act as an urban node.

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Anantshodha: An Interpretation and Research Centre for Western Chalukyan Temples

Author: Parwati Patil
Site Location: Lakundi, Gadag district, Karnataka
Institute: Goa College of Architecture, Panaji
Advisor: Ar. Sidhi Tendulkar

description

The Interpretation and Research Centre for Western Chalukyan Temples is located in Lakundi, a village in Gadag District of Karnataka. Anantshodha thus, befits a center that aims to build awareness and promote knowledge of the Western Chalukyan temples while also acting as a means to preserve these temples through documentation and research.

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Oikya-Tirtha: A Center for Cultural Unification Commemorating Bengal Partition, Kolkata

Author: Oishik Chakraborty
Site Location: New Town, Kolkata
Institute: Jadavpur University, Kolkata
Advisor: Ms. Sanghamitra Sarkar, Dr. Sanjib Nag

description

A Center for Cultural Unification Commemorating Bengal Partition essentially talks about two most important things: Oikya or Unity, and Bengal Partition. This Center aims at providing a platform for this Unity through public interaction. This has been achieved through the site designing, and taking the urban context of the site into consideration in the process.

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Housing For Migrant Construction Workers

Author: Rishabh Verma
Site Location: Mandala Metro Depot, Mumbai
Institute: Pillai College of Architecture, Panvel
Advisor: Ar. Kavita Sawant.

description

The proposal explores the current state of construction workers housing/accommodation and how this scenario can be countered by providing a solution based on quick planning and its execution on multiple sites. This is achieved by utilizing principles of Design for Disassembly in combination with a field volume generated aggregation. This has been done while also maintaining the comfort factor by ensuring existing techniques and materials specific to a climatic zone are used.

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Lokmanch: A Citizen Narrative of Democratic India

Author: Harshit Narnoli
Site Location: Central Vista, New Delhi
Institute: University School of Arch and Planning, GGSIPU, New Delhi
Advisor: Prof. Baljeet Khurana

description

The thesis questions and tries to establish the sensitivity of the relationship between the state and civilians with architecture as the medium. The project was an attempt to envision a contemporary institution within the rich contextual and cultural heritage of India that focuses on the idea of democracy.

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A.C.T.I.V.E. – Altering Cognition Through Interactive & Voluntary Engagement

Author: Kevin Shah
Site Location: Ice Factory & Fish Market Plot, Pandurang Ramle Marg, Versova
Institute: Rachana Sansad Academy of Architecture, Mumbai
Advisor: Ar. Snehal Gaikwad

description

The project method aims towards understanding and unraveling the traditional social binding patterns of Versova Koliwada and relating them with the cognitive capabilities. The daily routines of different categories of habitant users groups are elaborated and mapped in the context of the village. Personal discussions with the same group of users are collected and mapped, in response to their cognitive behaviours based upon the variables of WHODAS 2.0 questionnaire. A linear study of the findings from the social and cognitive mappings is compared.

The study finds out that there are overlaps between the places of occurrences of social and cognitive stimulation, and a majority of these activities occur in and around the livelihood common areas which are volatile in condition.

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Surat City Centre

Author: Samwad Shinde
Site Location: Surat, Gujarat
Institute: School of Planning and Architecture, Vijayawada
Advisor: Dr. Lilly Rose A.

description

The project looked at designing a built form which would provide spaces that acted as an integration of commercial, cultural and social activities. Surat City Centre reflects the historical significance of Surat along with a commercial hub merged with multiple public spaces.

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National School Of Drama

Author: Madhushree Maji
Site Location: Newtown, North 24 Parganas, Greater Kolkata
Institute: NIT Rourkela, Odisha
Advisor: Prof. Dr Soumi Muhuri

description

The aim of the project is to create an architectural icon and learning hub that provides better opportunities to a vast multitude of people to excel in the field of dramatics. It also tries to blend the traditional drama forms and modern technologies to inculcate the bonding between society, culture, and dramatics.

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Lost Spaces of our Cities

Author: Safiya Rehman
Site Location: Shahgunj, Aurangabad
Institute: School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal
Advisor: Mr. Vikram Kohli

description

The aim is to understand the tangibles and intangibles that make a community and their well-being, improve their quality of life, create new economic opportunities by enhancing the existing functions and programs on-site in Shahgunj, Aurangabad.

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Transit Integrated Development in Cairo’s Urban Sprawl

Author: Shubham L. Lad
Site Location: Maspero Triangle, Cairo
Institute: Acharya NRV College of Architecture, Bangalore
Advisor: Girija Umashankar

description

The intent of the design is to create a socially inclusive, vibrant and cohesive environment fused with an existing environment that is becoming highly mono-use and very programmatic in its nature. The project looked at designing a transit-supportive framework with proposed metro station by integrating high density mixed land use and modal interchange within walking/cycling distance of the other environment and metro station. This, in turn, would foster interaction the fabric of the city by eliminating these socially isolated zones. Providing multi-modal transit interchanges would minimize modal transfer and ensure improved connectivity in the area.

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Panchal The Zoological Park

Author: Mohammed Sufyan
Site Location: Pettamala, Kerala
Institute: CAT College of Architecture Trivandrum
Advisor: Prof. K P Geetha

description

The aim of the project was to design a zoological park that gives attention to animal welfare and visitor experience while experimenting on unique structures and concepts which were derived from extensive research. Such a project would also combine architecture with landscaping and research on captive wildlife.

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Designing a Social Housing in Vadodara

Author: Kairavi Gandhi
Site Location: Squirrel Circle, Vadodara
Institute: SEDA, Navrachna University
Advisor: Pratyush Shankar

description

The project aims to design a better living environment and to bring social communities instead of individual living in an affordable housing. The nuclei of the proposed intervention are based on the idea of the coexistence of collective and private.

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The Dialogical Milieu: In Situ Slum Rehabilitation Of Mohammadpur Slum

Author: Santrupthy Das
Site Location: Zone F of the Delhi Masterplan
Institute: School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi
Advisor: Mr. Sambudhha Sen, Mr. Sushil Aggarwal

project description

The Dialogical Milieu: In situ Slum Rehabilitation of Mohammadpur Slum in Delhi is a proposal to relook at the social lives of slum dwellers from the lens of openness. When redevelopment projects happen, in the drive to formalize the housing, high-density towers are constructed which heavily take away from the dwellers’ right to their open spaces.

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ITC InfoTech Campus, Kolkata

Author: Divyang Purkayastha
Site Location: Rajarhat, Kolkata
Institute: Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
Advisor: Prof. (Dr.) Gaurav Raheja, Prof. (Dr.) Amit Hajela

description

This project is going to serve as a mixed-use campus for the Infotech branch of ITC. It is located in Rajarhat, a suburb of Kolkata, which is being developed to tackle the spread of high-density urbanization.

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