A Laureate of the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture 2012 (Paris), former Dean of Architecture, CEPT University, Ahmedabad, Prof. Feenstra has taught at SPA Delhi, in Kabul and Kathmandu. His pro-people, pro-ecology, material up-cycle, research-based body of work includes urban processes like DELHi2050, Mussoorie2040 and ecological sensitive rural projects in Bamyan, Wakhan, Punjab, Ladakh, Uttarakhand, Pokhara, Makwanpur, Khumbu, Taplejung, Assam and Sikkim.
by Anne Feenstra Apr 12, 2022
Venice, in order not to sink, will need to take up its historical function of a microcosm once more, and it will be the testing ground for radical experiments of solutions.
by Anne Feenstra, Rabita Shakya Jan 15, 2022
'Design with nature’ is the quintessential guiding principle for a collaborative team in the Himalayan mountain range.
by Anne Feenstra Oct 21, 2021
It is when a land is going through its darkest times that one needs to reflect on the picture of hope and possibility that it still holds. Architect Anne Feenstra shares his album as a reminder.
by Anne Feenstra Dec 19, 2020
What would change if architects leave their egos behind? Would architecture become more inclusive? Prof. Anne Feenstra examines.
by Anne Feenstra May 11, 2020
In our Design after COVID-19 series: Anne Feenstra looks back at the reliance on trust and that the coronavirus pandemic may leave the design industry with new revelations.