Category list : Charles Correa
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1964 June: Chandigarh, The AssemblySubscription
The third of Le Corbusier’s major buildings on the capitol at Chandigarh - The Assembly - is discussed in this article by Charles Correa, the Indian architect who practiced in Bombay
William Curtis argues that the Post-Modern Classicists, far from re-interpreting history effectively as they claim, have succeeded in capturing outward appearance only.
1993 February: Le Corbusier In the SunSubscription
[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
This new housing scheme at Belapur offers hope for New Bombay, a city first promoted by Correa and a group of colleagues in the 1960s
Charles Correa (1930-2015)Subscription
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
Crafts Museum in Delhi, India by Charles CorreaSubscription
Correa reinterprets the timeless quality of India into a building which resists the obvious western label of museum.
Folio: Charles Correa's Kanchanjunga ApartmentsSubscription
Correa pioneered sustainable design and the integration of traditional environmental controls
Modern medical facility reunites India and Portugal for a new Age of Discovery
[ARCHIVE] Charles Correa’s Assembly complex is an amalgam of elements from history intricately woven together without kitsch
Archive: Correa’s plan is based on a Vastupurusha mandala as described in the ancient Vedic text