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After receiving the RIBA Barrington Smith Travel Award, Vinesh Pomal was fortunate to have his dear friend, Simon Drayson accompany him on his travels. His original proposal [seeing how the city of Bhuj has been rebuilt - both architecturally and socially - following a devestating earthquake in 2001] extended to include the Northern States of India. This enabled Simon and Vinesh to experience a diverse range of contexts first hand from both a phenomenological and pragmatic approach respective of thier individual architectural interests. Their collaboration provided a dialgoue of differences in search of new shared experiences and a new found understanding of self.
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- Categoría Viajes
Vertical estándar, 20×25 cm
- Fecha de publicación dic. 05, 2010
- Etiquetas louis kahn, le corbusier, charles correa, new delhi, hinduism, culture, india, architecture, travel, gandhi, ganges, shimla, bhuj, ahmedabad, jaipur, chandigarh, rishikesh, agra, haridwar, RIBA, school, portsmouth, earthquake, islam, people, temple, shrine, church