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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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Lost in Time: Nakagin Capsule Tower

The skyline of Tokyo was once highly dominated by The Nakagin Capsule tower or ‘Nakagin Kapuseru Tawā’, the name that has become a local icon. Designed by architect Kisho Kurokawa, this was mixed-use development to...

Timely Adaptation : Abandoned Spaces to Covid Facility Center

Covid19 brought a lot of stress on the existing resources and stripped away from all of us the conventional lifestyle. It put forth huge stress on the existing resources, economy, infrastructure, and healthcare facility. In...

Restoring Cultural Heritage: Benaras

Modernity needs not always be transformation. It is, in fact, a product of the process that leads to transformation. These thoughts usually come up when we come in contact with the restoring of spaces, cities...

Learnings from the Past: A tale of Indigenous Architecture and Sustainability

As much as we move ahead with time and technology, there is also a part of the past that helps us learn new things. The indigenous communities have a lot of traditional practices. These practices...

In memory of Ar. Revathi Kamath: Pioneer of Holistic Architecture

It is extremely hearting wrecking to realize that the pioneer of holistic Architecture, Ar. Revathi Kamath left us on 21st July 2020. Revathi was quiet a complex woman and well equipped with knowledge on integrating...

Experimental Preservation : A New Perception on the Old Traditions

With the advancements in time and technology, there has also been considerable development in the general perception towards the past and the future. Thus, the enhanced knowledge of today helps us to understand the past...

Architecture & Modern Urbanism: How are they related?

Modern Urbanism Modern Urbanism can be referred to as an enhanced approach and intervention to the underlying issues of urban planning. It is basically a modern outlook or discipline towards the aspects of urban growth and...

A catalogue of Modernism: Works of Oscar Niemeyer

Oscar Niemeyer had a very practical outlook towards the complexities of the Post-modernist ideas in architecture. Hs once said “I am not attracted to straight angles or to the straight line, hard and inflexible, created...

Architecture & Robotics: A revolutionary shift

The advent of Robotics and automotive technology has led to a lot of thinking that has been done in each and every genre. Automation and robotics can be implemented in nearly all the fields today...

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