Ahmedabad, a city with a vision

  • By: Archana Gupta
  • Posted on October 8, 2013

Ahmedabad the City. Ahmedabad the Space. Ahmedabad the Notion. Where do they meet – what is the common starting ground?  Is it in the The world heritage city bid which promotes a city of historic past splendor, layers of meaning, intermingling of religions, multi faceted, multi layered, multi Read more ››


Whose City is it anyways !?

  • By: Archana Gupta
  • Posted on October 8, 2013

As young Architects, one romanticizes as if  the architect is the major determinant and driver of the built space and cityscape around us but later in the ‘real’ world one begins to understand that there are many other key stakeholders and factors who play their respective roles, and even take Read more ››

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TFIC Year in review : 2015

  • By: Anshuman Gupta
  • Posted on December 31, 2015

Dear All, 2015 has been a good year at The Foundation of Indian Cities. Our heartfelt thanks to many individuals and organisations for their support, encouragement and mentoring; hard work of the entire team; and to everyone for believing in the long term vision of the Foundation. We wish everyone Read more ››


Jaipur : A young Architect’s travelogue

  • By: Suhani Gupta
  • Posted on April 15, 2016

by Shubhangi Goswami, Parul Bhardwaj and Suhani Gupta - The Foundation of Indian Cities. Jaipur, a city planned and laid out under the aegis of the princely families in 18th century has very interestingly burgeoned on two layers of growth. Embellished and clad in the pink wrap Read more ››

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