Learn about the developments in Indian architecture from this book by ace Indian architect, Rahul Mehrotra.
Summary of the Book
This book describes the changes and developments that have occurred in the India architecture scenario since the time when the Indian Government adopted liberalization policies. It reveals the advantages and disadvantages that Indian architecture witnessed in India. You will also find more than five hundred photographs of many admirable works of architecture. Readers will also find the works of over sixty Indian architectures featured in this book. The book is an essential read for students of architecture who want to understand Indian architecture better. It will also be a great read for anyone who enjoys architecture. The author, Rahul Mehrotra, has also explained the four different classes of architecture that are given importance even today. The images will help in giving readers a better understanding of what the book explains.
About Rahul Mehrotra
Rahul Mehrotra runs his own architectural firm called Rahul Mehrotra Associates in Mumbai. He is a Professor and Chair of the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD), Cambridge in the Department of Urban Design and Planning. He has designed the building for Hewlett Packard in Bangalore. He is the co-author of books like Bombay: The Cities Within and Banganga: Sacred Tank on Malabar Hill.