Jude D’Souza

School in Mumbai, JDAP | Jude D'Souza

School in Mumbai, JDAP | Jude D’Souza

A school for girls in suburban Mumbai needed an expanded space for the children in their kindergarten section. The administration owned a plot of land adjacent to the main school, however, this was taken up by a residential building that they occupied. When structural drawings of the building revealed that it could take on an additional floor, it was decided to extend the existing structure, rather than take down the entire building and construct anew. Regulation demanded that an additional staircase was necessary to accommodate this public function. – Jude D’Souza

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"What good is Public Transport?" Article by Jude D'Souza

“What good is Public Transport?” Article by Jude D’Souza

Among the few things that this pandemic has been good for, the highlighting of the value of public transport in our country should count as an important one. At the start of the pandemic, the utter horrors in the scramble of migrant workers to their hometowns and villages, as the railways and intercity bus services were shut down, showed that cities and villages are held together primarily by public transportation services. – Jude D’Souza

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PRESS RELEASE : AN URBAN SYMPHONY In Four Movements

AN URBAN SYMPHONY In Four Movements by Jude D’Souza | JDAP | DESIGN – ARCHITECTURE – PLANNING

The site for the new Culture and Congress Centre at Banja Luka in Bosnia and Herzegovina lies at the edge of the town today, as an anchor for the developing city to the East. As part of the city’s strategic goals of developing as a South East European centre for culture, tourism and services, the design brief emphasised a facility that would have the flexibility to accommodate multiple activities, events and functions within it. It also laid emphasis on the Centre being a symbolic entity of the renewed city. – Jude D’Souza

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