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PAST EVENTS

2007
PANEL DISCUSSION : ART OF MAKING GREAT CREATIVE CITIES

Speaker: Charles Landry

PANEL DISCUSSION : PUBLIC OPEN SPACES IN MUMBAI, URBAN DESIGN RESEARCH INSTITUTE WITH CITISPACE AND MUMBAI HELPLINE

Event Date: 31st May 2007
Speaker: Dr. Jairaj Phatak, Cyrus Guzder, Jayant Patil, Dr. Shubha Raul, Ravi Bapat, Shyam Chainani, Shyama Kulkarni, Meher Rafat, Sheilu Srinivasan, Arvind Adarakar
Venue: Horniman Circle Garden

Competitions : CHARLES CORREA GOLD MEDAL FOR THE YEAR 2006
CHARLES CORREA GOLD MEDAL FOR THE YEAR 2006

Event Date: 28th April 2007
Jury: Charles Correa, Narendra Dengle, Kamu Iyer, Ravi Hazra
Venue: Rizvi College of Architecture

VIEW COMPETITION

In 2000, the Urban Design Research Institute initiated the annual Charles Correa Gold Medal for the best design dissertation from Schools of Architecture in Mumbai and selected schools outside the city. The medal is an appreciation of quality and talent among young students of architecture, and encourages a focus on the urban context.

Schools who want to take part should express interest by writing to UDRI. Schools should offer full time B.Arch. courses for Architecture and must be approved by the Council of Architecture. Each school can nominate only one entry, which is required to be an architectural project set in an urban context.

LECTURE : FUTURE OF THE EASTERN WATERFRONT OF MUMBAI

Event Date: 15th March 2007
Speaker: Shyam Divan
Venue: Max Mueller Bhavan, Mumbai

LECTURE : SANDHYA SAVANT MEMORIAL LECTURE – CONSERVATION IN URBAN INDIA – FOCUS MUMBAI, CONTINUITY & CHANGE

Event Date: 19th January 2007
Speaker: Brinda Somaya
Venue: David Sassoon Library and Reading Room

Sandhya Savant was a Conservation Architect and alumni of Sir JJ College of Architecture, who made a tremendous contribution in the realm of conservation practice in the city of Mumbai before passing away suddenly in 2006. Since then, supported by her family, UDRI conducts an annual memorial lecture to deliberate on urban issues.