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Ar. Revathi S. Kamath is a pioneer of mud architecture in India. On the other hand, she is also credited with building the tallest stainless steel structure in India. Having worked with the th Stein, Doshi and Bhalla for a year and later with Rass... see more
Ar. Revathi S. Kamath is a pioneer of mud architecture in India. On the other hand, she is also credited with building the tallest stainless steel structure in India. Having worked with the th Stein, Doshi and Bhalla for a year and later with Rassik International, Architects and furniture designers in New Delhi, she started work with The GRUP (Group for Rural & Urban Planning), a partnership firm between Vasant Kamath, Romi Khosla and Narendra Dengle. She has also worked for the National Institute of Urban Affairs in 1981. She has also been associated as a faculty with School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi.
She is noted for her sensitive efforts for conceiving the “Evolving Home” concept for redevelopment. Three of her projects have been nominated for the Aga Khan Award. She has contributed to the exhibition – “Traditional Architecture in India” for the festival of India in Paris, in 1986. She was also on the contributing design team for the Eternal Gandhi Multimedia Museum. She was co-curator and designer for the exhibition “Craft: A Tool for Social Change” for Voluntary Health Association of India in 2003. Her current field of interest is Indigenous architecture.
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