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Indian architect B V Doshi wins Pritzker Architecture Prize



B.V Doshi

 The 90-year-old architect and educator is the first Indian to be conferred this honour

Text Credit: Shibul Pavithran 

Indian legendary architect Balkrishna Vithaldas Doshi is being honoured with Nobel equivalent, the Pritzker Architecture Prize, an announcement was made on Wednesday. The Pune based architect, who is 90 years old, will be the first Indian to get the honour. Doshi came from a family of furniture makers, and in one interview he credited his early architecture inspiration to his grandfather’s house, upon which new levels were repeatedly added to accommodate a large joint family of three uncles and their families. He is an alumnus of the JJ School of Architecture in Mumbai.

Image Source:  BV Doshi with Le Corbusier

“I owe this prestigious prize to my guru, Le Corbusier,” said Doshi, adding, “His teachings led me to question identity and compelled me to discover new regionally adopted contemporary expression for a sustainable holistic habitat.”Doshi did his architectural apprenticeship under Le Corbusier in his Paris atelier. To this day, at the entrance of his cabin, Doshi keeps a portrait of the Swiss architect next to representations of Goddess Durga and Lord Ganesha.

He describes architecture as an extension of the body, and his ability to attentively address function while regarding climate, landscape, and urbanization is demonstrated through his choice of materials, overlapping spaces, and utilization of natural and harmonizing elements.

“Balkrishna Doshi has always created an architecture that is serious, never flashy or a follower of trends. With a deep sense of responsibility and a desire to contribute to his country and its people through high quality, authentic architecture, he has created projects for public administrations and utilities, educational and cultural institutions, and residences for private clients, among others,” the Pritzker jury said.

” Its a much-deserved recognition that has come to Prof. Doshi, though long overdue. Early this year we had a meeting with him at ‘Sangath’, his office in Ahmedabad, during which he wanted us to show him a few of our works and while doing so, he sat through it with a twinkle in his eyes. What amazed us the most was the childlike enthusiasm with which he spoke to us about our project and what in it interested him the most. Its hard to tell that he just turned 90 last year, looking at the energy he carries with him.
‘Paths Uncharted’, the autobiography, takes us on an exciting journey and is a must-read for anyone who would like to understand the enigma called Balakrishna Doshi,” said Lijo Jos and Reny Lijo. (A well-known architect firm from Thrissur, Kerala)

Raja Arjun, Founder and Director of strategy, AQB group from Bangalore says:  I worked in Ahmedabad for a short while and since then the place has called me back. This happened on one of my visits, got a chance to speak with him with a small band of young architects with no idea about the world ahead. I asked him that,  What does it take to design consistently for decades. How does it feel? For which his answer was: “When one looks everyday things which give us joy – clouds, animals, trees, music, colors, speech, they make you realize that there can be a different version of them than what you may have perceived. Corbusier had the wonderful ability to identify this quality and had the ability to see things for the first time. The blue of the sky or the music in the wind. This fresh perspective on things and the ability to appreciate it from different perspectives will teach you what design is and as you get older you realise that design is everywhere. ” His answer was something that has resonated with me for a long time, and I guess, it made a huge impact on how I perceive designing.

Image Source: IIM, Bangalore

He is known as an institution builder. Doshi worked with another towering figure of modernism, American architect Louis Kahn on the Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad (IIM-A). Doshi also designed IIM in Bangalore and Lucknow, the National Institute of Fashion Technology, Tagore Memorial Hall, the Institute of Indology in Ahmedabad to name a few.


Image Source:  LIC Colony, Chandigarh 

Doshi was significantly involved in the design of Chandigarh, the new state capital of Punjab (Chandigarh now serves as a joint state capital for Punjab and Haryana). He was tasked with designing the living spaces for the thousands of humble government servants. This gave way to his continued interest in producing the best, basic and low-cost communal spaces.

Architect B V Doshi also made an appearance in the Tamil Film O Kadhal Kanmani. One crucial portion of the film was shot at IIM Ahmedabad campus and CEPT University. Nithya Menen plays an architect in the film and renowned Indian architect Doshi plays her professor.



In the Lap of the Earth



Biju Bhaskar is promoting the concept of natural building through his venture, Thannal

Text Credits: Charishma Thankappan       Image Credits: Thannal

Architecture does not just entail the construction of a building, but it is the setting up of a philosophy, thought process, values, and ideals. While conventional architectural models may be an inanimate block of concrete and cement that are ‘finished’ at the end of the erection; there are, however, alternate forms of edifices that are more alive through their symbiosis with nature. And Thannal is one such body that works for the assimilation of nature with human dwellings.

Biju Bhaskar worked in regular architecture for a long duration before quitting it ten years ago. He started Thannal in 2011 with the objective of trying to explore alternative architecture, which consists of green, sustainable, traditional, and vernacular architecture. “We do not compare our works with architecture, but we call it natural building. It’s a term that’s not well-known in the media. The natural building movement is gaining momentum internationally, but is not that progressed in Kerala,” he says. “We have to rethink the subject of mud architecture, which is in practice in Kerala currently, about whether we are doing it through pure sustainable methods,” says Biju, who specializes in mud architecture and operates in the village of Thiruvannamalai in Tamil Nadu.

Building homes was a community-based activity where if you wanted to build your home, your friends, family, neighbors – everyone – came to help you; but today that’s not the case, and one takes huge loans to build their homes. “Kerala is a state that has a large population belonging to the high-income group, so there is a huge potential of using your money to build your home sustainably,” observes Biju. “In the current architectural scenario in Kerala, none of the materials used in building homes is from your native land. Some of the others who proclaim building mud homes are not doing it through pure natural methods, as they are mixing cement with the mud, which lessens the quality of the mud.”

Accessible to all
The beauty of mud building is that it can be built for anyone, rich or poor; the difference comes only in the finishing, says Biju. “It has been only 90 years since cement came into Kerala, and today we are in a stage where people think that they cannot do without it. But don’t we see buildings that are over a hundred years old that are still going strong – temples, churches, manas, etc.? The concrete buildings of today can last only about 20 years before cracks start developing in it. No concrete building has completed 100 years in Kerala.”

A building’s walls are like the skin on your body – they are porous and have a breathing quality, says Biju. Only the buildings of olden times had such walls and construction; they kept the building naturally cool. “Today’s buildings don’t have such a quality, and instead make the interiors of the building hot. Enormous power is used through air-conditioning to keep it cool.”

Hand in hand with nature
Another focus area for Thannal is the communion of plants and buildings. “In our research, we have found that plants have a lot of importance in buildings. The bark and sap of plants can be used in various ways in the construction of a building.” And there is no bigger example for this than Biju’s own abode, which is an earthbag home. “It has about 12 varieties of herbal ingredients in it. So the air that passes through the walls is diluted with the essence of these herbs.” Biju points out that cement companies today are one of the major sources of air pollution. The paints used nowadays are also mixed with toxins that are dangerous to people’s health.

Biju says that there are a lot of positive changes happening in India and with the younger generation of architects for the past ten years. “The green movement in agriculture – organic farming, is coming along very well, what with the involvement of renowned people such as the actor, Sreenivasan. A lot of farmers come to meet us.” But at the same time, Biju rues another fact. “What is saddening is that villagers are lured by the urban living styles and moving towards it, discarding their natural means of life. So we are building free homes for them to bring them back to it and make them realise the importance of it.”

Towards growing more villages
Biju talks about his philosophy at Thannal. “We believe that instead of growing more towns, we should grow more villages because today, the times have changed, and one need not live in an urban scenario for sustenance. Villages and pure natural building should thrive.”

At Thannal, which Biju set up with his wife Sindhu, they give a lot of prominence to research and documentation. With the aim of growing more natural builders, they hold workshops to disperse the awareness. “We have created a hub called Natural Builders of India. Those who pass out have to complete a project in two years that is completely based on natural building. I also bring two-three projects as there are no examples for students in India. And at the end of the project, each student has to bring another student to enroll in it. So according to our calculation, the natural building movement is going to bloom in five years’ time in India. ”

Biju takes up only a maximum of two or three projects in a year. Receiving volunteers from all over India, their income is only from the workshops that they hold, claims Biju. A naturally built home of 500-1,000sq ft can be completed in four to five months. The costs, naturally, are always lower than conventionally built structures.

Thannal works across India and they choose villages after extensive studies. “In our travels, we discovered that all these people who are knowledgeable about natural building in the villages, are all 70-80 years old. We are trying to revive their knowledge, for which, we are living with a master mason every year. We use local people from the particular areas, as that way, there is exchange of information.”
Biju is an avid traveller and a devotee of Ramana Maharshi. Asked why he chose to settle in Thiruvannamalai, Biju says, “It is a place of gurus and a place for self-enquiry. It is one among the Pancha Bhoota Sthalam, and is symbolic of fire. And all gurus have taught that one should build mud houses.”

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An Essential Classic with DelightFULL



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The modern mid-century style never seems to go out of fashion; constantly reinvented, yet always true to its form

Text: DelightFULL    Photos: DelightFULL and Essential Home

Think back to the mid 20th century. Think back to the time when Hollywood glamour was at its peak and all the movie and jazz stars such as Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, Etta James and many more were living the life in California. It was around that time that what we now know as midcentury modern design and architecture first saw the light of day. But, what is mid-century modern design, after all?

Tracing the Movement

Mid-century modern design is an architecture and interior design movement that began in the late 30’s with grand names leading the way. Architects such as Eero Saarinen, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and Oscar Niemeyer, as well as nordic product designers like Arne Jacobsen and Charles and Ray Eames are just some of the names that helped make this style one of the most acclaimed in the world. To help you picture it, these designers conceptualized and delivered some of the most iconic mid-century furniture pieces of the modern world like the Egg Chair, all of Ray Eames chairs and his timeless Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman duo. You might be very familiar with one of Eames’ designs, seeing as it is one of the most famous chairs of all times, used in multiple interior design projects featuring various styles.

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And, of course, you have heard about Palm Springs before. But what does this desert and retro part of California have to do with the midcentury movement? Well, think of Palm Springs as the sacred place for mid-century modern architecture. If you were on a journey to find the best and most iconic architectural examples of this style, then one of the mandatory stops would definitely be Palm Springs. Examples of 1950s Palm Springs mid-century modern architecture include Frank Sinatra’s house by E. Stewart Williams and Kaufmann Desert House. However, you can find many more examples of this style across the US, such as the Farnsworth House in Chicago, and even some more in Europe. Although in a smaller scale, in Europe the mid-century modern movement rose thanks to the influence of Le Corbusier and the scandinavian architects that were in vogue at the time. As you are realizing by now, this an artistic movement that although inspired by many of the scandinavian and nordic design movements happening at the time, it gained its core strength in American soil, walking up to becoming one of the most popular interior design and architecture styles of all times. And, in spite of it having been conceived in the 20th century, this design movement didn’t see its end at the time. Instead, it made its way through the years, gaining more and more followers as the years went by, reaching a point of absolute admiration in the current years. So, one of the best questions we can ask ourselves at this point is, which are the main traits we should be expecting to find when looking for a mid-century interior design project?

Characteristic traits

First of all, look for solid woodwork. Teak, oak and chestnut are the most popular types of wood when it comes to mid-century design. You will find it in cabinets, sideboards and in many different types of upholstery items. You will also notice how all the sofas, accent chairs, ottomans and stools will have either wooden details or a golden brass finish, creating a nordic vibe mixed with all the Hollywood glamour we are used to.

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Strong and bold colors are also a very important characteristic of this style. When you think midcentury design, you will inevitably think about bold colors such as tangerine, avocado, mustard and pretty much any powerful colors that have ever existed. Neutral shades were replaced by an explosion of color that helped shape the rooms and give them a whole new life.

Another thing that clearly sets this style apart is the use of simple and uncomplicated lines everywhere. The designers embraced the motto ‘less is more’, thus creating clean-lined furniture with a few curves and smooth surfaces that were paired up to create minimalist interiors, as opposed to the pre-existing maximalism trend.

Finally, you have to look for textures and patterns. You will see that every mid-century modern interior features some kind of statement texture or pattern, which can either be a shag rug, a geometric patterned wallpaper, or even a ceramics or aluminum lighting piece. Which takes us right to the next topic on this journey through mid-century design…

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There is a particular mid-century and retro chic interior design brand that uses oak and chestnut woods in the most wonderful way, creating authentic mid-century designs, inspired by the golden Hollywood years. Essential Home’s pieces are also colorful, exuding an elegant and playful vibe, with clean lines, graceful curves and textures such as velvet that are a homage to the 50s, 60s and 70s. All in all, Essential Home is the personification of ‘glamour meets mid-century design’, with many oak details, as well as brass with golden and copper finishes, which definitely create a nostalgic feeling towards all the big Hollywood stars’ homes in Palm Springs.

And it shined

Another huge movement that took place by the time mid-century design started to appear and sweep everyone away was the mid-century lighting design movement. Once again, incredible designers shared with the world their iconic pieces. This is when the timeless Arco floor lamp by Achille Castiglioni and the Spider ceiling lamp by Serge Mouille were presented and set new rules and boundaries to the lighting design world. From then on, the world would come to know major mid-century lighting design brands, with inspiration drawn from the classics and some of the biggest icons of the pop culture. One of those brands is DelightFULL. Created in the early 2000’s, DelightFULL set out to be an example and a reference in the mid-century lighting design world. Their designs draw inspiration from the best the mid 20th century had to offer, creating an inspiring and magical feeling that takes us right back to the nostalgic 50s and 60s. With a retro chic feeling to it, channeling the DelightFULL’s high-end trait, two of the brand’s most popular designs include the golden brass saxophone-inspired floor and suspension lamps called Botti.

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As it is clear by the pictures, DelightFULL takes advantage of the more glamorous side of the midcentury modern design, choosing to play with materials such as brass and aluminum. The brass elements can also be finished in gold, nickel and copper, enabling all mid-century design lovers to achieve the best and most customized look they can think of for their homes. Additionally, materials such as marble are also featured in many of the brand’s designs, which only comes to show the importance of textures and materials in the mid-century modern design world.

Nothing in a mid-century modern interior design is done by chance, and although it may seem quite a minimalist and simple style, the truth is, details are everywhere and they are a very important part of the complete look. So, keep in mind that this is a style that has still much more to give and it is definitely here to stay and inspire everyone!

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The House With The Breathing Wall



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Defining Spaces, Blurring Boundaries

Text: Maria John   Photos: Various Sources

The breathing wall house is a prototype of a narrow plot, uncommon in Kerala, with an extensive long space that can be closed off into smaller, private pockets. The Breathing Wall residence, moreover, has a central atrium on the ground floor with balconies, attached to first floor bedrooms, overlooking it. This is remarkable as an evolution of the traditional nalukettu space into a green courtyard that blurs the boundaries between the external and inner spaces.

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Earlier, we had rigidly defined internal and external spaces, and the in-between spaces like verandas, with clear boundaries that created compartments and ensured privacy. When you look at layouts being churned out by the younger generations of architects in Kerala, you see a large sense of openness. People are opening up, and that is reflected in the designs – kitchens have an open layout, bedrooms are opening up…there is a blurring of boundaries.

Project Brief:

  1. Architect: LIJO.RENY.architects, Thrissur
  2. Location: Thrissur
  3. Site Area: 1819 sq ft
  4. Total Built Up Area: 2200 sq ft
  5. Year of Completion: 2015
  6. Interiors: LIJO.RENY.architects
  7. Landscape: LIJO.RENY.architects
  8. Structural Consultants: Romsey, Keystone Engineers
  9. Photographs from: Praveen Mohandas

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The Team:

Founded in the year 2005, LIJO.RENY.architects is a multiple award winning design studio based in Thrissur, Kerala, by Lijo Jos and Reny Lijo. The works that come out of their small studio have been instrumental in influencing the way architecture is practiced and viewed in the state. Apart from their consistent experimentation with architecture, they are also responsible for several site/space specific art installations. It’s their love for art that keeps them inspired and charged to introduce interesting contemporary sensibilities in the architecture they practice. They have won numerous awards for the Breathing Wall Residence, including Monsoon Architecture Award – 2017 WINNER (Excellence in Architecture of the Monsoon Region) and IIA State Award – GOLD LEAF for Excellence in Architecture (Residences) (2015). They were also one of AD50 – The 50 most influential Architects and Interior Designers (2017). Connect with them at

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