Learning from Marine Drive - Charles Correa.
A Chronological Lits of Works completes the section. The third part is an essay by Correa himself (written especially for this book), where he explains his own concerns in his work. Biographical and bibliographical information is also included. Main document Charles Correa; Associated names. Charles Correa (other) Hasan-Uddin Khan (author) Keywords.
Born in 1930 in Hyderabad, Charles Correa is known as a pioneer of modern Indian architecture and urban planning,. Council (all incorporating his ideals of social equality and environmental responsive design); and written numerous essays on his concepts and developments. Tube Housing. The Tube House was developed by Correa in the 1960s in response to the hot temperatures of Ahmedabad. At.
Charles Correa’s housing at Belapur, New Bombay, uses and re-interprets traditional Indian urban spatial syntax. And, by putting into practice some of Correa’s social and economic ideals, which derive from the traditionally incremental method of building, the project promises to vitalise the satellite city’s previously drear housing programme. It holds lessons for housing design and.
Charles Correa (1930-2015) played a pivotal role in the shaping of postcolonial architecture in India. He has also been a pioneer in addressing crucial issues of housing and urbanization in the Third World, including the proliferation of squatters. This anthology assembles a selection of essays and lectures whose subjects range from the metaphysical to the decidedly pragmatic and deal with.
Charles Correa reflects on his (locomotive) origins as an architect Text: Charles Correa. CASE STUDY. CASE STUDY Then and Now One of Correa’s first works - and one of his latest Text: Rob Wilson. INTERVIEW. INTERVIEW A Usable Art In conversation with Charles Correa Text: Rob Wilson. CASE STUDY. CASE STUDY Economy Chic An early model for climate-adapted mass housing Text: Rob Wilson. ESSAY.
Charles Correa: India’s Greatest Architect. RIBA: London, 2013. P.6 (2) Correa, Charles. “A Place in the Sun”. In A Place in the Shade: The New Landscape and Other Essays. Hatje Cantz.
Charles Correa - The Architectural Review is an international magazine publishing essays, building studies, interviews, profiles, competitions and material from the archive.