The 43rd Talk in the Architecture and Society Series will be delivered by Amit Khanna- an architect and urbanist, deeply involved with design responsibilities and extensive research on the fabric of sustainable urban development. He is also involved in teaching at his alma mater, School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi. A regular speaker in the fraternity he engages in research as a tool for design innovation. In a two-part talk, Amit Khanna speaks on our collective urban future-the first will establish the physical and intellectual status quo of our urban narrative: the second will explore the social and spatial dynamics of rethinking the granular urban interstices of Delhi.

Chair: M.N. Ashish Ganju
collab. GREHA