Remembering Ar. Ashish Ganju

  • Mr. Ashish Ganju qualified from the Architectural Association School of Architecture in 1966.
  • He has taught at the School of Planning and Architecture, and the Indian Institute of Technology in New Delhi.
  • He was founding Director of the TVB School of Habitat Studies, New Delhi
  • Presently he builds with the Tibetan refugee community in Dharamshala to research the practice of a sustainable architecture in the Himalayas
  • He has been a member of several committees of the Government of India, including the Committee to Advise on Maintenance and Modifications in Rashtrapti Bhawan New Delhi, and the Ministry of Urban Development’s Committee for Redevelopment of the Lutyens Bungalow Zone New Delhi.
  • He has won several prizes in national and international design competitions. Recently he co-authored with Narendra Dengle, a theoretical essay entitled “The Discovery of Architecture – A Contemporary treatise on ancient values and indigenous reality” which is published by GREHA.