Rahul Mehrotra, Martha Chen
Small-scale manufacturing in workshops and homes, small-scale trading on street corners or makeshift markets, car…
Mehrotra curates The State of Architecture: Practices & Processes in India at Mumbais National Gallery of Modern Art
Rahul Mehrotra, professor of urban design and planning at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, has curated this spring’s “The State of Architecture: Practices & Processes in India” exhibition at Mumbai’s National Gallery of Modern Art. The exhibition opened on January 6 and runs until March 20. It marks the first large-scale exhibition on architecture in India in over two decades.
Urban Design and Planning Professor Rahul Mehrotra’s Extreme Urbanism III studio explores possible interventions at the intersection between critical conservation and urban planning and design for Agra, India, an exemplar of contemporary urban challenges. At this moment, Loeb Fellows, studio students and students in the MDes Critical Conservation Program are in Agra conducting a close study of the conditions and opportunities that can propel the city forward toward a more sustainable future for its citizens, its historical treasures and its environment. Read more and see photos in the LOEBlog.