Architect Charles Correa
Charles Correa is a major figure in contemporary architecture around the world. His work includes the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Museum in Ahmedabad, the Jawahar Kala Kendra in Jaipur, the Kanchanjunga apartments in Mumbai, the Brain Research Center at MIT in Boston, and most recently, the elegant Champalimaud Centre in Lisbon. Correa has received the highest honours of his profession, including the Gold Medal of the RIBA, the Gold Medal of the UIA (International Union of Architects), the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, and the Praemium Imperiale of Japan.

Architect Raja Aederi
Raja Aederi, after his privileged tenure of studies and apprenticeship under Mr. Frank Lloyd Wright, worked in USA and Britain on some of the prominent buildings for Warner Brothers and the Hilton chain of Hotels. On his return to India he set up his firm of architectural practice in Mumbai in the year 1972. He has many firsts to his credit in India.

Architect Rusi S. Khambatta
Rusi Khambatta is a partner in the firm Rusi Khambatta associates, Architects, Town Planners and Consulting Engineers practicing since 1956 at Mumbai. The Projects executed by this firm comprises of planning of towns, designing of buildings of varied types such as industrial complexes, sugar karkhanas, spinning and weaving mills, paper plants, commercial complexes, residential, hospitals, railway stations, institutional and public buildings.

Architect Uttam Chand Jain
Uttam C. Jain was born in 1934, in Malwara, Rajasthan. He graduated in Architecture (B.Arch.) with 1st Class Honours on a scholarship from I.I.T. Kharagpur (1958). He thereafter pursued an advanced study scholarship at the National University of Tucuman, Argentina (1958-59). He has also been Editor, Journal of the Indian Institute of Architects for 16 years. He was the founding member of an architecture group called ‘Yantra’. He has been an Inspector, External Examiner, Visiting Faculty and Academic Council member for numerous architecture colleges in India and abroad.

Architect Tehmasp Khareghat
Graduated in Architecture from the Architectural Association (AA) and then worked architect John Killick, London Country Council, and the Peterlee Development Corporation. Returned to India in 1962 and established Khareghat and associates. He subsequently been joined by his son (Farhad) and daughter (Dhun)

Architect Atul Desai
Ar. Atul C. Desai, trustee of the prestigious professional body of IIA, graduated from J.J College of Architecture (B.Arch) in 1964. Since then, he has shown tremendous dynamism in the field of architecture. His projects encompass a broad spectrum in the area of planning, housing, commercial and institutional. Being a Hall Of Fame winner, he values this award immensely and believes that this award leads to a special recognition in the field of architecture.

Architect Pheroze Kudianwala
Introduction : Founder Chairman – Pheroze Kudianavala & Associates (1959) Corporate entity – Pheroze Kudianavala Consultants Pvt. Ltd. (1972) Established practices in the UAE, Bahrain, Sultanate Of Oman (1975 – 87) John Kudianavala joined the practice in 1992 as Vice President of Design at PKCE. He also participates in various competitions and other design works with his father.

 

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