Charles Correa was India’s greatest gift to the world of architecture- a visionary, an urban planner and an architect par excellence.
“A hundred times have i thought new York to be a catastrophe, a fifty times: it is a beautiful catastrophe.”
Le Corbusier, the world renowned architect in this quote best explains how architecture is actually a very consuming art, it has the mystery, the drama and above all a functionality that makes it an integral part of our lives.
India boasts of many illustrious names where architecture is concerned, but Charles Correa is a name that resonates with some of the finest projects that we have ever seen which include the latest Ismaili Centre in Toronto completed in 2014.
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