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Doshi: Chapter 5 - 'The end result is not as exciting as the process'

A film series (6/10)
The film 'Doshi' by Premjit and Bijoy Ramachandran, follows the life and work of the Pritzker Prize winning Indian architect, Balkrishna V Doshi.

by STIRworldPublished on : Aug 31, 2019

The convergence of art, architecture and design can be a unique and exciting confluence. BV Doshi discusses this phenomena and his interactions with M.F. Hussain of a time when the construction of the Amdavad ni Gufa (Cave of Ahmedabad, built in 1995), earlier called the Hussain-Doshi Gufa, was under process.

“I am very glad that Hussain mentioned, the process is very important… how will you enjoy the food if you didn’t know where it was coming from and how it was cooked.” - BV Doshi

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‘Doshi: Chapter 5 - The end result is not as exciting as the process’ Video Credit: Bijoy and Premjit Ramachandran

See more from the film series 'Doshi':

Doshi: The Beginnings

Doshi: Chapter 1 - 'Eight months with olives and cheese'

Doshi: Chapter 2 - 'I’m not an architect… for me its a search'

Doshi: Chapter 3 - 'Indian Plan is Not Centric'

Doshi: Chapter 4 - 'You Are Representing God'

Doshi: Chapter 5 - 'The End Result Is Not as Exciting as the Process'

Doshi: Chapter 6 - 'Architecture is a Matter of Transformation'

Doshi: Chapter 7 - 'Human Being, By Nature, Is a Warm Compassionate Animal'

Doshi: Chapter 8 - 'So, What Is Our Heritage?'

Doshi: Karma

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