Charles Correa | Famous Architects Buildings

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Charles Correa is an Indian architect and urban planner known for his sensitive approach to meeting the needs of the urban poor with his modernist adaptations in design that respond to the climate and lifestyle with traditional methods and materials.

Jawahar Kala Kendra (JKK)

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A design that reflects its city plan, while the journey through the different spatial volumes invokes a spell of celestial movement stands out as a more metaphysical combination of architecture designed by Charles Correa.

Jean Nouvel | Famous Architects Buildings

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Jean Nouvel, a French architect, infuses his designs with a distinct philosophy that transforms the environment and cities and the space built to stand out timelessly by reflecting a genuine uniqueness to its creation.

Louvre Abu Dhabi

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A museum that subtly takes shape by merging and becoming just a shell in an attempt to belong to the country, with its history and timeless encounters with generations of humans, has been passed down with a convincing play of light and shadow; water and sky brought within the spaces for people to experience the poetics of spaces.

B.V. Doshi | Famous Architects Buildings

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B.V. Doshi, an Indian architect known for his works that amalgamate the traditional architecture of India to the present day, provides an experience of space in time. His spaces express an inherent understanding of critical regionalism.

CEPT, University

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CEPT has been an incubator for the students, allowing free will, thinking, learning, and unlearning by providing an environment with no boundaries for creative and critical thinking. The spatial narrative of this design focuses on creating unexpected collisions with learning and wisdom sharing, while the design engages more than room-bound learning, making it a significant campus to aspire to.

Renzo Piano

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Renzo Piano is an Italian architect well known for high-tech space innovation. He believes that materials are the pure medium through which architects can express their spatial poetics and intended experiences. Piano’s construction was heavily centred on technology and research.

The Shard, London | Famous Architects Buildings

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This is one of the well-known mixed-use structures that adds to the definition of London’s skyline. This project is more than a skyscraper. It is a sustainable urban extension of the locality by keeping the day-to-day services low-key.

Rem Koolhaas

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Rem Khoolas, a Dutch architect known for his hybrid style of many neo-modernistic approaches to design, articulates the design between the dynamism in architecture and the urbanscapes of the city.

CCTV Headquarters, Beijing | Famous Architects Buildings

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One of the most distinguished projects of architect Rem Koolhaas rephrases the definition of the skyscraper. It stands tall as two towers lean toward each other, creating a seemingly tangled infinite loop.

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Krishna Priya Parthasarathy is a persistent human and an architect, who is keen on unlearning her self-intuited perspectives of architecture, philosophy, and life. She believes that words said, holds much more patience and power in creating a thinking that can transform into a dialogue and a dialogue into a change, which she wishes to bring within the readers and the dwellers. She truly believes that rethinking is the best thing one can kindle to engage in thought-provoking ideas.