Bhandari Marble Group Congratulate Miss Anupama Kundoo for her Achievement

Bhandari Marble Group Congratulate Miss Anupama Kundoo for her Achievement

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Anupama Kundoo Receives The 2021 RIBA Charles Jencks Award,Anupama Kundoo. Image © Andreas Deffner

About Anupama Kundoo by BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP

Anupama Kundoo studied architecture at Sir J. J. College of Architecture, University of Bombay, and received her degree in 1989. Kundoo established herself as an architect in Auroville in 1990 where she designed and built many buildings with “energy and water-efficient infrastructure” adaptations.

Anupama Kundoo architecture: Wall House, 2000, Auroville, India

Her approach to building design is based on material research that minimizes environmental effects. Another of her theme is “Liberty” which presents a reading place as a free library, a creation built with three types of trees fixed in the Centre of square space. The trees’ trunks and branches are made from steel and the leaves are made of salvaged books, with the floor made of concrete.

Anupama Kundoo architecture: Residence Kranti Kanade, 2003 Pune, India

Presenting 10 Top Key Projects Did by Anupama Kundoo

  • Wall House, 2000, Auroville, India
  • Residence Kranti Kanade, 2003, Pune, India
  • Shah Houses, 2003, Brahmangarh, India
  • Creativity, An Urban Eco-Community, 2003, Auroville, India
  • Multipurpose Hall SAWCHU, 2000, Auroville, India
  • Town Hall Complex, 2005, Auroville, India
  • Mitra Youth Hostel, 2005, Auroville, India
  • Voluntariat Homes for Homeless Children, 2008, Pondicherry, India
  • Full Fill Homes, 2015, Auroville, India
  • Sharana Daycare Facility, 2019, Pondicherry, India
Anupama Kundoo architecture: Shah House, 2003, Brahmangarh, India
Anupama Kundoo architecture: Creativity, An Urban Eco-Community, 2003

“Time is Our Most Valuable Asset”: In Conversation with Anupama Kundoo

The style icon was one of the first designers to ever “brand” herself, by using bright colors, developing her own line of furniture, and writing books. Draper set the standard for future classes of decorators, and today, we see many following in her footsteps by creating their own lines of furnishings and partnering with famed brands like Currey and company.

Anupama Kundoo architecture: Multipurpose Hall SAWCHU, 2000

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the Jencks Foundation announced renowned Indian architect ANUPAMA KUNDOO as the winner of this year’s RIBA CHARLES JENCKS AWARD. The accolade given in recognition of significant contributions to the theory and practice of architecture acknowledges Kundoo’s holistic practice that marries theoretical investigations, material research, and sustainable building methods.

Anupama Kundoo architecture: Town Hall Complex, 2005

Having trained as an architect in Mumbai, Anupama Kundoo developed a practice around sustainable and low-impact building technologies, with a strong focus on material reuse, while at the same time prioritizing adequate responses to the social and economic context. Kundoo is currently a Professor at the FH Potsdam and has taught at various universities over the years, including Persons the New School for Design, the University of Queensland, or Yale University.

Anupama Kundoo architecture: Mitra Youth Hostel, 2005

Balancing theory and practice, her work spans multiple areas and scales, from residential and public buildings to installations and urban planning.

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Bhandari Marble Group Congratulate Miss Anupama Kundoo for her Achievement
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