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Meet Balkrishna Doshi, the first Indian to win architecture's biggest prize Noor Arora

Indian architect and reputed urban planner Balkrishna Doshi has been named this year's winner of Pritzker Prize for being able to interpret architecture and transform it into buildings that respect Eastern culture. He became the first Indian to win architecture's highest honour. Long considered to be one of India's foremost living architects and urban planners, Doshi is widely known for designing extensive low-cost housing projects and public institutions. His designs include the IIM-Bangalore; Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology, Ahmedabad; cultural spaces in Ahmedabad such as Tagore Memorial Hall, the Institute of Indology, and Premabhai Hall; and private residence Kamala House (Ahmedabad), among many others.

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Meet balkrishna doshi, the first indian to win architecture's biggest prize  

Meet Balkrishna Doshi, the first Indian to win architecture's biggest prize

Meet balkrishna doshi, the first indian to win architecture's biggest prize  

Meet Balkrishna Doshi, the first Indian to win architecture's biggest prize

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