Sanjay Patil: Being Passionately Curious as an Architect | AG 13
Today I'm chatting with Sanjay Patil, a renowned Architect from Nashik Maharashtra. He heads a firm called Environ Planners which over the years has garnered various awards and accolades for their exemplary work in the field of Sustainable Architecture & Design. Some of his most notable projects are YCMOU Library, Bhujbal Knowledge city, Amity College of Architecture, Sandeep Foundation, and Pawa Farmhouse.
In this episode, Sanjay shares his journey in Architecture right from studying in JJ School of Architecture in the 80s, to starting his own firm soon after graduation, the influence of nature on his design, his views on Architectural Education and the future of Architecture and great tips for young Architects at the tail end of the episode.
For more on Sanjay's work, head to environplanners.com
And for more on the episode, head to archgyan.com/13
Some of his favorite books & inspirations mentioned in this show were Geoffrey Bawa: The Complete Works , Charles Correa: Buildings As Ideas: The Un-Built Work of Charles Correa & Paths Uncharted: Balkrishna Doshi
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