You can watch the ceremony on YouTube here.
Category: Z-axis 2020
Z-axis 2020 Lecture Series out now!
The Z-axis 2020 Lecture Series has ended. You may watch recordings of all the sessions on our YouTube channel, click on the sessions below to watch the recordings:
01 CHARLES CORREA MEMORIAL LECTURE
02 REDEFINING THE CITY FOR THE PUBLIC
04 STREETS IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
Registered participants took part in the Design Competition.
Z-axis 2020: Competition
Competition BriefContinue reading “Z-axis 2020: Competition”
Z-axis 2020: Event Schedule
CONFERENCE SUBMISSION DATE
12 NOON (Indian Standard Time) on 01 December 2020.
The Virtual Conference Schedule is divided into 5 Sessions: Each one is from
6:00pm to 8:15pm Indian Standard Time (IST)
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Z-AXIS 2020: REGISTRATION OPEN
The registration fee is ₹900 /- per individual.
All amounts inclusive of tax.
The registration fee for the event will cover both the Virtual Conference as well as the Design Competition.
Participation in the competition is not mandatory but will be an interesting conduit to engage deeper with the ideas discussed during the virtual competition.
We are extending our registration deadline!
The registrations will close at 11:30 noon IST on 25th September 2020.
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The registration form can be downloaded here
You and Your Neighbourhood: the film
‘You & Your Neighbourhood’ is the title of Charles Correa’s Masters Thesis at MIT, 1955, for which he made an animated film. He was the scriptwriter, animator, photographer and director.
Z-axis 2020: Concept Note
Download a PDF here.
Save the Date:
The current COVID-19 pandemic and its response have raised critical questions about how we live and work. It has also led to a lot of us asking, ‘How can we improve our own neighbourhood?’
At the fourth edition of Z-axis — the Charles Correa Foundation’s biennial conference — participants will draw their attention back to their own neighbourhoods to generate creative visions that uplift the public realm.
With a series of lectures in September, followed by a unique design challenge in October-November, Z-axis 2020 will host a number of international speakers focusing on these issues. A Jury will critique and recognise projects by participants — creative individuals who improve everyday life for their neighbours by making changes at four distinct levels — the neighbourhood, the commons, the street, and the doorstep.
Stay tuned for more updates regarding Z-axis 2020 — You and Your Neighborhood, and in the meantime, save these dates!