UnBuilt seeks to celebrate not only what could have been, but also what we will leave behind

The essay was First published on ArchitectureLive! Website.

From a purely philosophical perspective, one may say that the only ‘true’ works of an architect are the ones that never came into physical being, their sanctity preserved in their intangibility.

The memory is almost visceral in its intensity; the overwhelming, consuming satisfaction of finishing one’s first design assignment – be it a humble ca...

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