"But in Delhi, I was introduced to architecture that was totally
faceless. You did not need to know who the client
was. It was as if you were building for anybody. It was architecture
without values. It was a quagmire of corruption, pretensions and ego.
It was a different platform altogether."
"He used to say, 'I never build for classes of people, HIG [high
income group], MIG, LIG, tribals [tribal people], fishermen and so on.
But I will build only for a Matthew, a Bhaskaran, a Muneer, or a
Sankaran.' Baker never built for unknown people. He built for people
with names and faces. He believed that every person had a name, a face
and a personality."
An architect who truly inspires me. Perhaps the first. Thank you.
On Apr 11, 5:24 am, "fredericknoronha" < email@example.com>
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