The first talk in our Architecture Anew series offered a rare opportunity to hear from two leading architects committed to using architecture to create designs with both people and the planet in mind.
This is a recording of a virtual event that took place on 23 March 2021.
This exciting and unique event brought two acclaimed architects together to discuss the ways in which their practices work carefully and sensitively with the earth. Through empowering communities, nurturing local traditions, and working with natural building materials, these architects expand our understanding of what sustainable architecture can achieve.
UNESCO Chair of Earthen Architecture, Building Cultures and Sustainable Development and teacher at universities such as ETH Zürich and Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Founder of award-winning practice Anupama Kundoo architects, and has built extensively in India, including a number of key projects based in the experimental city of Auroville.
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