After designing over a hundred buildings and establishing several schools of architecture, Balkrishna Doshi achieved architecture’s highest accolade: the Pritzker Prize Award. Doshi is the first Indian architect to receive this award. He is known as an architectural advocate for social change and the environment.
Doshi believes his award is not only for himself but for all of India. The 90-year-old architect stood out as a pioneer of social housing design and architectural identity in India. Reflect on his legacy through these 21 images of his work:
Amdavad ni Gufa (1995)
Aranya Low-Cost Housing (1986)
Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology (1968)
Cite: Hernández, Diego. "2018 Pritzker Prize Winner Balkrishna Doshi's Work in 21 Images" [Premio Pritzker 2018: conoce el trabajo de Balkrishna Doshi en 21 imágenes] 09 Mar 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/890350/2018-pritzker-prize-winner-balkrishna-doshis-work-in-21-images/> ISSN 0719-8884