Development of any kind cannot, and should not be guided by, or confined to a singular ideology. This is the philosophy that guides the many impact projects that the Foundation undertakes. The processes and outcomes are designed to allow for easy implementation, clear outcomes for impact assessment, and easy adaptability outside the immediate context within which the project has been undertaken.
The countrywide exhibitions have added significantly to the discourse in areas pertaining to landscape and architecture.
Collaboration and consultation are key principles to the projects that the Foundation undertakes. To expand this idea to knowledge creation, the Foundation routinely invites articles, and conducts interviews with sector experts, and individuals who are invested in the various areas that LEAF is invested in.
Vikram Prakash, the curator for Architecture Talk,
speaks to Aniket Bhagwat & Riyaz Tayyibji about the exhibition
– Death of Architecture.
“There just are more and more types of efforts to practice emerging...
It’s a very live space to be a part of at this time.”
Curated by Vikram Prakash, Architecture Talk is a podcast that focuses on conversations of Architecture, Design, Space, and Art; they are conversations that allow for new perspectives surrounding these fields. As a part of the Death of Architecture Exhibition, Aniket Bhagwat and Riyaz Tayyibji, were invited to discuss the intent of the exhibition, why it was needed, the process of curation, and how it has been received.