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Jul 02, 2019
Foy Nissen's Bombay: How his photos of people, spaces captured city's spiritFoy Nissen was an avid photographer who documented Bombay, its people and its spirit through his photographs, recently displayed at the JNAF Gallery in Mumbai.
Apr 30, 2019
Jawahar Bhawan emerges as a site of alternate politics, dissent, as spaces for discussion continue to shrink in DelhiIn the recent past, Jawahar Bhawan has been home to free discussions and debates on the kind of politics that might be against the ruling dispensation. It stands out in Delhi, where spaces are becoming less welcoming to debate, either because of the price they command or the politics they don't want to support
Mar 18, 2019
At World Architecture Festival, two award-winning entries from India reconcile cultural context with a futuristic visionAt the World Architecture Festival 2018, two India-based entries won awards in two different categories. Both, in their own way, address crucial questions about the modernity of architectural design in the country that are as culturally sensitive as they are modern.
Jan 19, 2019
Feats of human architecture and innovationTata Steel stands up and gets counted on all the time, as it continues to make gigantic strides in creating structures and innovations.
Dec 25, 2018
This Christmas, St Thomas Cathedral, a church that grew up with Mumbai, marks its 300th anniversaryThe first place of public worship for the followers of the Anglican Church came up on Christmas day, 300 years ago, in the form of St Thomas’ Church.
Dec 12, 2018
Firstpost Salon | In the discourse on urban development, architects must not remain in the periphery: In conversation with Sameep PadoraWhile aiming to produce Shanghai's and Hong Kong's out of our Indian cities, have we forgotten that it is the people who ought to be at the heart of urban development? Architect Sameep Padora, who believes that politics and architecture are not always mutually exclusive, speaks to us about the importance of strengthening local systems in the cities, and why architects must not be pushed to the periphery when bureaucrats talk about urban development.
Aug 26, 2018
Upon Varanasi's ghats: Magical realism in a city that lives in the pastVaranasi is a strange city; one foot in the past, one in the present. The word ‘future’ feels out of place here, things just have been and continue to be
Jul 28, 2018
Experimenter Curators' Hub 2018: Prasad Shetty, Rupali Gupte on urbanism, architectural activism and collaborationPrasad Shetty and Rupali Gupte are architects and artists who prefer to call themselves urbanists. They spoke with Firstpost from the sidelines of the Experimenter Curators' Hub 2018
Jul 26, 2018
Palestine in photos: Fences, walls, segregation — West Bank's architecture of oppressionIsrael has erected vast, sophisticated and expensive architecture in the West Bank to control, micro-manage and frustrate Palestinian lives
Jul 16, 2018
New exhibition Death Of Architecture looks within the profession to show architects' role in flawed infrastructureThrough Death of Architecture, 13 architects want to discuss how the techniques employed to build cities in India are largely flawed or ill-thought-out