Charles Correa - Finding A New Indian Architecture

David Adjaye profiles Charles Correa, the modernist architect whose ground-breaking work has helped forge a national identity in post-colonial India.

This is a journey through that land, as David travels to Correa's milestone building projects, talks to political and religious figures and India's architectural elite, as well as the men and women who use the buildings and whose lives have been changed by his progressive philosophy.

Featuring interviews with Charles Correa, BBC journalist Sam Miller, Sen Kapadia, Dr Jyotindra Jain, Romi Khosla, Nalini Thakur, JC Kapur and Professor Doshi.

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20060108

David Adjaye profiles Charles Correa, the modernist architect whose ground-breaking work has helped forge a national identity in post-colonial India.

This is a journey through that land, as David travels to Correa's milestone building projects, talks to political and religious figures, and India's architectural elite, as well as the men and women who use the buildings and whose lives have been changed by his progressive philosophy.

Interviews with:

Charles Correa

Sam Miller - BBC journalist in Delhi

Sen Kapadia - colleague of Correa

Dr Jyotindra Jain

Romi Khosla

Nalini Thakur

JC Kapur

Professor Doshi

Presented by David Adjaye.

20070513

David Adjaye profiles Charles Correa, the modernist architect whose ground-breaking work has helped forge a national identity in post-colonial India.

This is a journey through that land, as David travels to Correa's milestone building projects, talks to political and religious figures and India's architectural elite, as well as the men and women who use the buildings and whose lives have been changed by his progressive philosophy.

Featuring interviews with Charles Correa, BBC journalist Sam Miller, Sen Kapadia, Dr Jyotindra Jain, Romi Khosla, Nalini Thakur, JC Kapur and Professor Doshi.