The revival of unselfconscious architecture which will decrease our dependence on resources was a topic in focus at the SPACES fest. The panel discussion will featured the architects Satyaprakash Varanashi, Neelam Manjunath and Eugene Pandala, the pioneers working for eco-friendly designs and advocates sustainable spaces.
Prof. Sathya Prakash Varanashi noted about the creativity that must be imbibed in every constructed space. He emphasized on the age old construction techniques and how the system evolved over the years. Prof. Varnashi, guided on the selectivity of the projects based on sensibility.
Architect Neelam Manjunath, who pointed that the art of architecture is incomplete if done in full sense. Architecture which is the integral part of a cultural heritage, must be approached raw. The awareness that each client should have about the environment and sustainable buildings will help in reviving commonsense architecture,said Manjunath
The session concluded by focusing on revitalizing commonsense architecture, a result of the vernacular architecture which shaped the past and offering solutions that fits the aspirations of the urban population is a possible solution for a sustainable future.