Himanshu Burte

Quote by Himanshu Burte on Library Spaces

Preface: In and Out of the Library – Himanshu Burte on Library Spaces

More concretely, the single library can be imagined as the space a network creates. It may be imagined as a network of various dispersed
book lovers and readers tied to it. That thought takes us places. What if the larger space within which a particular library sits is actually a
cumulative super-network of users of other libraries, in a larger network of libraries?

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Inhuman architecture - Hugo Keukelhaus

Senseless Architecture

Review of the book, ‘Inhuman Architecture’ by Hugo Keukelhaus (1974) translated by Elmar Schenkel and published by Studio Naqshbandi, Auroville, 2007. Himanshu Burte, is an architect

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The Tilted Wall – Himanshu Burte

Every design studio in every architecture college has one- a design with one or many tilted walls. Usually, there is more than one design. And often, as with practicing architects, it is the more talented students who try to design buildings to that look like they are about to fall in all directions at the same time. Zaha, Gehry, did you say? Sure. – Himanshu Burte

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