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The following interview was published in Sawdust on the occasion of World Environment Day where I speak about the need to deconstruct our understandings of “nature” and “sustainability” to include social relations, people, and labor. To read the complete interview please visit https://sawdust.online/interviews/sustainable-architecture/ Spaces with Natural Habitat “We need to deconstruct our notion of “sustainable architecture” […]
I will be speaking at a public lecture hosted by Edible Garden City and Open Farm Community in Singapore on August 12, 2015. The public lecture is titled “Mud Architecture in the Contemporary World: Lessons from Rural India.”
I had the opportunity to present my work at the “National Conference on Sustainable Built Environment 2015” at IIT Roorkee on April 10, 2015. Find below my abstract and some images from the presentation.
I will be giving a public lecture at the Kokum Design Center, Goa on March 23, 2015 at 6.30 pm. The lecture is titled “It’s not about the mud: The travails of a travelling architect.”
I will be speaking at a public lecture which is co-hosted by the Urban Design and Research Institute (UDRI) and School of Environment and Architecture, Mumbai on February 6, 2015 at 6.30 pm. The lecture is titled “The Story of Mud.”
There was a short write-up about my work in the Auroville Earth Institute Newsletter of Issue 13, November 2013. The read the whole piece click here.
I will be speaking at a public lecture hosted by Studio-X, Mumbai on May 28, 2013 at 6.30 pm.