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Sudarshan Uppunda

Apart from being an Architect, Sudarshan has a flair for writing, manages a family business, and is trying his hand at UX Design as well. He likes to write and explore varied topics on Culture, Architecture, and Workplace environments. He is quite active in architectural journalism and has written for various platforms like RTF and The Arch Insider. He strongly believes that whatever one does in life, one must do it with passion & be happy with it.

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The Abstract beauty of Industrial Architecture

Be it in architecture or general life, our definition of ' beauty' is confined to certain preconceived notions. Architecturally, a lot of people see beauty only in the pomp and flashy interiors. This is indeed...

Spotlight: Ar. Bukminster Fuller; A flashback of Fuller’s inventions

Architect Buckminster Fuller is like a pillar to the realm of architecture. He is the one that led to the union of architecture and technology. Fuller was not just an architect, he is also known...

Connecting Buildings to Nature: Biophilic Architecture

Off lately the concept of sustainable architecture has gained a lot of attention. If not everyone, at least most of us have realised the importance of sustainable concepts in architecture. These include utilizing daylighting, Wastewater...

Recognizing Cultural Identities: Critical Regionalism

Modernism tries to make design universal and does not draw parallels from the regional and cultural contexts. It was indeed a style in architecture that had no prerequisites relate to the site as such. The...

Green Architecture: Understanding Energy-Efficient Architecture.

Over the past decade, human dependency on energy and resources have increased largely. We can also see the adverse effects of increased human intervention in nature. The human quest to acquire things faster than ever...

Review: Junkspace by Rem Koolhaas

The essay Junkspace by Rem Koolhaas revolves around his disappointment with modern architecture. Koolhaas is seen showing disagreement with the definition of spaces in the modern-day. He is of the opinion that the idea of...

Architecture & Design Thinking

The concept of Design thinking revolves around curating human-centred designs. Design thinking in architecture means having an innovative approach that helps coincide the needs of the human and advancements in technology. This is basically a...

The Unusal Connection of Architecture & Violence

Architecture and violence; a prima facia look at both of these words would not make any sense. It may also seem to us that they have no connection as such. But a closer look will...

Living examples of Modern Architecture: Asia & Middle East

The advent of modernism brought in a change in the perception of architecture. Modernism was also led to the advent of new materials and exploration of their possibilities. Modernist architecture meant embracing of new technology...

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