Anupama Kundoo: More Common Than Different

John Hill
12. January 2021
Shah House in Brahmangarh, India, 2003 (Photo: Javier Callejas)

The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art presents a half-hour film on Indian architect Anupama Kundoo, the subject of a major monographic exhibition at the museum, the latest in its "The Architect's Studio" series.

Kundoo explains in the interview how she "stumbled into architecture," taking an unconventional route into the profession but ultimately seeing it as "a blessing." In addition to tracing her way into architecture, Kundoo talks a little bit about some of her projects, such as the ones in Auroville that are given a whole room in the exhibition, and offers many words of advice that should be helpful to younger architects today.

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