Anupama Kundoo, champ of the 2021 Charles Jencks Award, gives a talk about her trial and comprehensive engineering practice.
About this occasion
The RIBA Charles Jencks Award is given to an individual or practice that has as of late made a significant commitment universally to both the hypothesis and practice of design.
The current year’s victor, Anupama Kundoo, will convey the 2021 RIBA Charles Jencks Award address on Tuesday 2 November. Anupama will give understanding into her exploratory and all encompassing design rehearse and be met by a pundit as a team with the New Architecture Writers program. There will likewise be a chance for crowds to pose inquiries toward the end.
About Anupama Kundoo
Anupama Kundoo prepared as a planner in Mumbai prior to building a generous assemblage of work in the trial town of Auroville, in Puducheery from 1990 – 2005. Working in this climate she fostered a drawn out research project into economical and building advances with a test way to deal with material reuse and reasonable development strategies.
She has brought this investigation into plan units and studios in colleges all throughout the planet including at Parsons The New School for Design in New York, as a senior teacher in the University of Queensland, Davenport Visiting Professor at Yale University and she is at present Professor at the FH Potsdam. Her work and configuration measure was as of late on show in a monograph presentation at the Louisiana Museum in Denmark.
Anupama’s training is all encompassing, consolidating examination, practice and educating to construct engineering far outside of the standard of the business, designer driven world. Her training has a solid hypothetical and philosophical conviction that drives material exploration, teams up with nearby manufacturers, and tests with supportable working techniques.
About Charles Jencks
Charles Jencks, the supporter of the honor, tragically died on 13 October 2019. Discover more about Charles, his work and his inheritance in RIBAJ’s eulogy by Hugh Pearman
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