Charles Correa in Conversation with RIBA President Angela Brady

  • 25 May 2013
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After generously donating an archive of over 6000 drawings and 150 projects, architect sat down with President Angela Brady to discuss his life and work as one of “India’s greatest architects.” The short interview touches on a wide range of topics, from the inspiration behind some of his greatest projects to advice for future architecture students.

“The thing about architecture is that you cannot teach it. You can learn it, but you cannot teach it. And a good school is a school which makes you passionate about architecture and that teaches you how to ask questions. [...] If you know how to ask the right questions, you will develop your own philosophy and your own visual vocabulary.”

Learn more about Charles Correa and his work here on ArchDaily.

Cite: Rosenfield, Karissa. "Charles Correa in Conversation with RIBA President Angela Brady" 25 May 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 24 Apr 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=377704>

3 comments

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    he is a great architect. surprising that he doesn’t have a pritzker prize.

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      The only tangible reason i can find of his NOT getting a Pritzker is that Pritzker focus has changed from REAL world design issues to PROJECTED world design issues.

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    He teaches us with simple arquitecture….but with a strong desire in make better cities.

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