The 2010 International Charrette is based in Pune, the youngest Metro-city of India. The Charrette is an intensive 4 day event from the 11th – 14th March 2010 to develop proposals for the regeneration of the Urban Corridor of the historic core of the city. Pune has a unique twin character, that of a traditionally bound place — generally considered the quintessence of Maharashtrian culture and that of an industrialised upcoming IT hub of India.
INTBAU India is the first national chapter of INTBAU, established in January 2005. It was launched with the Inaugural Symposium on Emerging Urbanisation Trends at New Delhi on 14 January 2005. This was followed by the Mumbai Mills Revitalisation workshop held in Mumbai in March 2005.
INTBAU India's first conference, with the support and sponsorship of The Nabha Foundation, was New Architecture and Urbanism: Development of Indian Traditions, held in New Delhi in January 2007. The conference brought together strong voices from all corners of the country and the world, in an effort to retain and reinforce the belief in the strength and vitality of traditional building and urbanism, and for its promotion and usage in the development of mainstream architecture and urban design.
Click here to buy a copy of the book "New Architecture & Urbanism: Development of Indian Traditions" that followed the conference.
Click here to read the "INTBAU Nabha Declaration" which emerged as an outcome of the conference for the purposes of promoting traditional methods in New Architecture and Urbanism.
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