Building Beyond Borders: Story of Contemporary Indian Architecture
The book unfurls the aschitectural and planning scene in india since independence.It talks about resurgence of architecture in india and the steps taken under the guidance of the first Prime Minister Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehruin building the city of chandigarh, which brought about a renaissance in indian architecture.
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Architecture of Freedom
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Ahmedabad Ahmedabad Architect ancient Assembly building B V Doshi basic Bhavan Bhubaneshwar Bombay British built Calcutta campus central Chandigarh Charles Correa Chhatri colonies columns Commission competition concept concrete construction contemporary Corbusier Corbusier's Court created culture Delhi Architect Delhi Master Plan Development enterprise environment exhibition Fatehpur Sikri floor area floor area ratios forms formwork garden city Geoffrey Bawa ground coverage growing growth Habib Rahman Hall hectares high-rise Hindu Hotel housing Indian architects Indian Institute Indira Gandhi industrial inspired Jawaharlal Nehru Jhabvala land Laurie Baker Lutyens Mahatma Mahendra Raj material ment Mughal municipal nation Nowicki's Pakistan pavilion Pierre Jeanneret planners precast prime problem programme projects Punjab Raisina Hill Raj Rewal Rajasthan refugees residential role roof Sarabhais Satish Grover schools sectors slab space spatial structure symbols temple towns Trade Fair traditional University urban Uttam Jain Viceregal Lodge villages Vistara walls