Balkrishna Doshi won the Pritzker Architecture Prize this year — the most prestigious award in architecture. Doshi’s storytelling is the focus of the research for Pallavi’s dissertation. Over the course of her work, she has formed a close relationship with him and his family. The journal Canadian Architect asked her to write about her work. Read her article in Canadian Architect, April 2018 Issue.
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