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Sudipto Ghosh

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“A Sense of Space: This book is an invitation to liberate oneself from the valorised image of western or imperial city planning towards a more nuanced, indigenous, and flexible approach to our cities.” Sudipto Ghosh Reviews A Sense of Space, by Ranjit Sabikhi

Those wondering why the design of contemporary Indian cities is such an arduous and joyless affair will find Ranjit Sabikhi’s book of immense interest. Many may even find themselves jolted to action within their spheres of influence despite the book’s unflappable tone. Most importantly, this book is an invitation to liberate oneself from the valorised image of western or imperial city planning towards a more nuanced, indigenous, and flexible approach to our cities. - Sudipto Ghosh

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“All attempts at education must shift from teaching curriculum to teaching how to learn and synthesise knowledge” – Sudipto Ghosh replies to Shirish Beri open letter

Sudipto Ghosh replies to Shirish Beri's open letter students and teachers

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“What is architecture, if not a part of this imperfect, complex and complicated life that we know?” Sudipto Ghosh on Photoshopped Architecture

Curated and Edited by Anupriya Saraswat “Our lives are not perfect, our bodies are not perfect, our relationships are not perfect – so why should our buildings be perfect?” Our dialogue on Photoshopped Architecture has traversed across a wide range of opinions and touched upon a whole plethora of factors ranging from the nature of …

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