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Charles Correa

Charles Correa (1930-2015)Subscription

19 June, 2015 By Iain Jackson

Charles Correa was India’s foremost Modernist. However, he did not simply adapt Western practices to a subcontinental milieu: he transformed Modernism at the same time

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Nothing is Sacred: Threats to Modern Masterpieces in IndiaVideoSubscription

28 March, 2014 By William JR Curtis

India’s boom economy is leaving its modern heritage to crumble in favour of generic glass towers and shopping malls

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Folio: Charles Correa's Kanchanjunga ApartmentsSubscription

3 August, 2015

Correa pioneered sustainable design and the integration of traditional environmental controls

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A Latin quarter for LondonSubscription

21 September, 2011 By Kenneth Browne

Townscape: the danger is that in all the controversy over a new site for Covent Garden fruit and vegetable market, Covent Garden itself, as a place, may be forgotten. If this happens, its special character could well be erased at one stroke by wholesale redevelopment. The nature of this character and the need to reinforce it in any new building are discussed below

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1993 February: Le Corbusier In the SunSubscription

20 June, 2011

[ARCHIVE] The Marseilles Unite and the monuments of Chandigarh have been held up as an example of Le Corbusier’s interest in passive energy control. Christopher Mackenzie questioned these assumptions on a visit to India

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1984 August: Principle v Pastiche, Perspectives on Some Recent ClassicismsSubscription

13 December, 2011

William Curtis argues that the Post-Modern Classicists, far from re-interpreting history effectively as they claim, have succeeded in capturing outward appearance only.