Architect Raj Rewal's work has been on display at Paris' celebrated Pompidou Centre since October this year. This makes Rewal the first Indian to be given this honour. His work, which includes many landmark buildings in Delhi, showcases the richness of Indian architecture since the past 50 years. On the other hand, a US-based design consortium, headed by an Indian-American architect Harshad Patel, i
The year 2012 seems to have gone by in a flash! Looking back, some of our special offerings have included: a roundtable on Contemporary Homes, a special issue on innovation that broke the mould of usual industry offerings, and the CWAB Youth awards this year that felicitated both young architects – who are building future landmarks – as well as past doyens, our consistent winners over the years. Industry participation and full support was very visible across all these offerings. Thank you all,
The CWAB Awards have the sole distinction of felicitating architects and builders at the same forum, for 7 years now. The result is an irrepressible buzz, an excitement, to have not just peers, but the widest cross section of industry applauding the victorious. At last year's CWAB Awards, awardee Brinda Somaya urged us to turn our attention to younger architects.
The office is buzzing! We just concluded a 4-day Construction Festival in Delhi which included the CW Annual Awards and now, the countdown has begun to the CONSTRUCTION WORLD ARCHITECT AND BUILDER (YOUTH) AWARDS to be held on 12th October.
“I nnovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower,” said the world’s most dynamic innovator, Steve Jobs.
Youth. More than a factor of age, it’s really that effervescent quality that encourages wonder, curiosity and enthusiasm, and as CW INTERIORS turns Four next month, we remain as wonder-filled and effervescent as ever!
If you thought frugality was the mantra in these tough times, think again. Recently, there were 500 bookings in five days for the new, super luxurious Audi Q3.
Architecture’s highest honour will be bestowed upon Wang Shu, a 48-year old, Hangzhou-based, Chinese architect – the recipient of the 2012 Pritzker Architecture Prize.