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After the Masters - Contemporary Indian Architecture

After the Masters - Contemporary Indian Architecture

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Indian architecture today faces an unprecedented challenge – to accommodate the disparate realities of an agrarian economy, an increasingly urbanised middle class and an exploding population. All segments of this population need places to live and work; and to provide them is a daunting task. The dimensions of the task can truely be gauged when one realises that India invests more in newconstruction today than all the Arab nations together at the height of their prosperity. Contemporary Indian Architecture surveys the current scence, assessing the nature of the challenge and analysing how it is being met. The first volume in the series, After The Masters, deals with the work of some 20 architects—those at the top of the profession and other lesser-known practitioners, many of whom are using innovative approaches to the problems of today.

Vikram Bhatt is an associate professor of architecture at McGill University in Montreal. A native of Gujarat, he maintains active links with India through the programme and field projects of the McGill Minimum Cost Housing Group of which he is director. Bhatt has published numerous papers and studies in the field of human settlements.

Peter Scriver completed his formal architectural training in 1984. He travelled to Asia on a post-graduate fellowship and undertook his professional apprenticeship in India. He has subsequently taught and practiced architecture in Montreal. Scriver is currently writing a dissertation on architecture and conceptual change in 19th and 20th century India, as a doctoral candidate of the Delft University of Technology.

附註:本書收錄2018普立茲克建築獎得主印度建築師Balkrishna Doshi多件作品。但本書為1990年出版之書籍,書內頁有些許書斑,可接受再下訂。

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作者簡介
Vikram Bhatt is an associate professor of architecture at McGill University in Montreal. A native of Gujarat, he maintains active links with India through the programme and field projects of the McGill Minimum Cost Housing Group of which he is director. Bhatt has published numerous papers and studies in the field of human settlements.

Peter Scriver completed his formal architectural training in 1984. He travelled to Asia on a post-graduate fellowship and undertook his professional apprenticeship in India. He has subsequently taught and practiced architecture in Montreal. Scriver is currently writing a dissertation on architecture and conceptual change in 19th and 20th century India, as a doctoral candidate of the Delft University of Technology.

書籍目錄
007 1. India Problems and Prospects
012 2. Roots and Modernity
024 Permanent Exhibition Complex (Pragati Maidan) New Delhi – Raj Rewal
028 Dudhsagar Dairy Complex, Mehsana – Achyut Kanvinde (Kanvinde Rai and Chowdhury)
032 National Dairy Development Board, Office Building, New Delhi – Achyut Kanvinde (Kanvinde Rai and Chowdhury)
036 Newman Hall, Ahmedabad – Hasmukh C. Patel
040 Marine Front Housing, Cochin – Kuldip Singh
042 University of Jodhpur Campus, Jodhpur – Uttam Jain
046 Balotra City Hall, Balotra – Uttam Jain
050 Neelam Cinema, Balotra – Uttam Jain
054 Yamuna Housing, New Delhi – Design Group
056 Tara Group Housing, New Delhi – Charles Correa, Jasbir Sawhney(associate architect), Ravindra Bhan(landscape architect)
060 Asiad Village, New Delhi – Raj Rewal, Mohammed Shaheer(landscape architect)
064 Kanchenjunga Apartments, Bombay – Charles Correa, Pravina Mehta(associate architect)
068 Lodi Estate Institutional Group, New Delhi – Joseph Allen Stein
072 Kashmir Cinference Centre, Srinagar – Joseph Allen Stein (Stein Doshi and Bhalla)
076 Semi-Wholesale MarketVashi, New Bombay – Anant Raje
078 Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore – Balkrishna Doshi (Stein Doshi and Bhalla)
084 Administrative Office Complex, Madhya Pradesh Electricity Board, Jabalpur – Balkrishna Doshi (Stein Doshi and Bhalla), S. L. Bhavsar(project architect)
089 3. Alternatives for a Developing India
098 Aranya Township, Indore – Balkrishna Doshi (Vastu-Shilpa Foundation, Ahmedabad)
100 Artiste’s Village, Belapur, New Bombay – Charles Correa
104 Integrated Urban Development Project, Vasna, Ahmedabad – Kirtee Shah (Ahmedabad Study Action Group)
108 Aspiration Huts, Auroville – Piero Cicionesi, Gloria Cicionesi
112 Sanskirt School, Auroville – Roger Anger
116 Miraonevi Nivas, Architect’s Own House, Auroville – Poppo Pingel
120 Hirvai, Architect’s Own Cottage, Nadhawade – Shirish Beri
122 Day-Care Centres, Dakshinpuri and Seemapuri, New Delhi – Vasant and Revathi Kamath, Grup India Limited (design associates)
126 Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum – Laurie Baker
130 St. John Cathedral, Tiruvalla – Laurie Baker
132 Christav Chapel, Kottayam – Laurie Baker
138 Prototype Low-Cost Housing, Trivandrum – Laurie Baker
139 4. Architecture and the Market Place
146 Mughal Sheraton Hotel, Agra – ARCOP, Ramesh Khosla, Ray Affleck, Design Group(Ajoy Choudhury, Ranjit Sabikhi, Kiran Gujral, Anil Verma)
150 Bharat Hotel Complex, New Delhi – Debashish Guha (ARCOP Associates)
152 Ashok Yatri Niwas, New Delhi – Jasbir Sawhney and Associates, Design team(Jasbir Sawhney, Saroj Sawhney and Dinesh Sareen)
156 Cidade de Goa, Dona Paula, Goa – Charles Correa
160 Prainha Cottages, Dona Paula, Goa – Ralino de Sousa
162 Rajpath Club, addition and extensions, Ahmedabad – Kamal Mangaldas, Devendra Shah
164 Sanjay Park Housing, Ahmedabad – Kamal Mangaldas, Devendra Shah
166 Gulmohur Luxury Housing, Ahmedabad – Kamal Mangaldas, Devendra Shah
168 Regional Offices, Central Bank of India, Ahmedabad – Balkrishna Doshi (Vastu-Shilpa)
172 Dena Bank, Regional Office Building, Ahmedabad – Hasmukh C. Patel
175 5. Emerging Architecture
184 Sangath, Architect’s Own Office, Ahmedabad – Balkrishna Doshi
188 Gandhi Labour Institute, Ahmedabad – Balkrishna Doshi (Stein Doshi and Bhalla)
192 Engineers India Limited, New Delhi – Raj Rewal
194 National Institute of Immunology, Staff Housing, New Delhi – Raj Rewal
198 Management Development Centre, Ahmedabad – Anant D. Raje
202 Farmers’ Training Institute, Palanpur, Gujarat – Anant D. Raje
204 Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal – Anant D. Raje
208 Sainik Guest House, Bhopal – Sen Kapadia
210 Food Crafts Institure, Students’ Hostels, Bhopal – Sen Kapadia
212 School for Spastic Children, New Delhi – Romi Khosla (Grup India Limited, New Delhi)
216 Chakravarty Residence, New Delhi – Romi Khosla (Grup India Limited, New Delhi)
218 Roman Catholic Church of Gaekwad-ni-haveli, Ahmedabad – Leo Pereira
220 Architect’s Own House, Ahmedabad – Leo Pereira

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語       言:English

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