Tag Archives: Sonia Sarangi

Desivolution

Architecture is a reflection of culture. For architects, understanding and responding to culture through design is a critical part to achieving buildings that resonate with people.    Architect and Atelier Red+Black co-director Sonia Sarangi, has been investigating the evolving Indian culture … Continue reading

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Reviewed: In the Scheme of Things by Thomas R. Fisher

At the end of April,  the annual Australian Institute of Architects National Conference is on in Adelaide. This year the theme has been set as ‘How Soon is Now?’ As explained by the conference creative directors, “Instead of always looking into … Continue reading

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Return to Royal Park : the Risk- Reward equation of Play

Happy New Year to Red+Black readers. 2016 promises to be another huge year in Architecture. To kick off the year, Sonia Sarangi recently road tested one of Melbourne’s newest urban spaces, Return to Royal Park.   “We don’t stop playing … Continue reading

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Process Debate : Reality TV is good for Architecture

Reality TV is good for Architecture. This was the enticing premise for the annual Process debate held at the Loop Bar in Melbourne.  Reporting on this entertaining battle of ideas is Atelier Red+Black co-director Sonia Sarangi Like it or not, … Continue reading

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The Red + Black Architect – Post 100

Just under three years ago this blog began with its first post.  As stated then, the aim of the publication would be to make architectural discussion more accessible to the general public whilst also providing an insight into the design … Continue reading

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2014 Retrospective

2014 has been a watershed year for many reasons. Across the year on The Red and Black Architect, there have been 33 posts covering a broad range of issues and events and of course buildings. There have been well over … Continue reading

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Reviewed: The Future is Here

Review by Sonia Sarangi Even though I consider myself pretty well informed about trends in Architecture, I confess that 3-D printing & Digital fabrication is one facet of design that I have paid little attention to or explored. Honestly, I … Continue reading

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