January 24, 2016

Shantesh Kelvekar's paper titled "Water Beyond its Objective Realm" was shortlisted and published as part of ISOLA Conference - 2016. The paper in alignment with the conference's theme - Water & Society, touched upon the notion of water in Indian cul...

November 23, 2015

 1/65 comprised of works of 65 students interpreting architects, artists and designers. Each student interpreted their inspiration's works into a 15X15X15 cm sculptures. Collectively 65 works came together to form a single installation titles 1/65....

July 11, 2015

Atelier 01

Atelier 01, a Ground Research initiative was a travel workshop organised and designed for students of diverse disciplines of design from across India. The workshop started by shortlisting a group of eighteen individuals. These eighteen part...

June 15, 2015

An article titled Emergence of Landscape Urbanism by Shantesh Kelvekar was published in City Observer's maiden issue. Urban Design Collective started its e-publication to bring collective research on the subject with under the banner of City Observer...

June 5, 2015

Photographs by Shantesh Kelvekar

As part of BMSCE, Shantesh Kelvekar accompanied students along with other faculty of BMSCE for a field trip to Sri Lanka to study the works of Geoffrey Bawa and understand the rich culture of Sri Lanka. During the trip...

September 14, 2014

Architecture Dialect[ic] was conducted as part of the History of Architecture Studio, where students of third year architecture from BMSCE engaged in understanding and studying international practices of the lat 20th Century and 21st Century.

The work...

December 1, 2013

"Urban Transmogrification: Necessity for Mutation of Spaces" is an article by Shantesh Kelvekar that was published in Issue 38 (Dec, 2013) of Journal of Landscape Architecture, India. 

Transmogrification is an act of changing the existing into a diffe...

October 2, 2013

Members, Participants and Jury of Les Ateliers, Paris

Photograph: Léa Morfoisse

Preetanshi Singh and Shantesh Kelvekar were among the 24 participants who were shortlisted to participate in the competition to revive Plaine de Pierrelaye in the Greater...

June 1, 2012

The hill ecosystems form a major environmental resource. But today, in India, most hill stations are facing the onslaught of industrialisation, urbanisation, commercialisation, destruction of heritage sites and deforestation. This has resulted in lan...

January 20, 2012

Walking through the morose streets of present Lucknow, these massive building structures dating from the days of the Nawabs rear out of the surrounding anarchy like monuments from some lost civilisation, seemingly as disconnected from the present as...

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