The Indian architect, who receives his Pritzker Architecture Prize today, exudes a joyful humility, akin to his architecture.
A 1945 dormitory for members of a spiritual commune in southern India is an enduring example of architecture’s capacity for nuanced experiences.
A new book questions which parts of India's past its designers should hold on to.
The architect, whose work was marked by its critical regionalist sensibilities, adapted Modernism to an Indian context.
Isamu Noguchi’s early photographic expeditions to India shaped many of his later endeavors.
The story of how the Modernist landmark came to be
A new monograph offers a look at lesser-known aspects of the Italian designer’s work.
Idiom wants to turn India’s dreams into an engine for design and development.
Mixing influences from East and West, the vernacular and the modern, Doshi Levien creates precision-tooled products with the look and feel of the handmade.
A documentary on the Eames team missed out on their most integral collaboration.