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SA50 4th Day (29.12.2012)

January 19, 2013

Day 4 glimpses.

In love with Hertzberger @ https://architectureindeed.wordpress.com/2013/01/01/a-headache-is-a-headache-but-architecture-is-more-complex/

Student’s Council Dinner was good. Lots of gleaming faces; and people catching up. Gajjar Saheb not looking anything like his 80 years, and Bimal Patel too showed up for a while.

Also, on and off one hears gossip (the reason some people love School). Who’s the new dean of school of planning, who’s resigned from Landscape because of merging of all departments under one faculty, and who is doing big projects.

Garba was heinous, as expected. Too loud, and nothing like what happens during Navratri, which again, is open to personal opinion of what can properly be called Garba. Most people, however, were happy sitting by, taking pictures with their batches, and just feeling the atmosphere.

Lots of people were nostalgic about things like Garba, Fafda Jalebi and food at Labs (La Bella). Some of the younger ones were nostalgic about taking walks around the campus, or going to RK or some tea stall. Many came to campus for the first time since they left School.

Update on 25.01.2012 (Notes from Herman Hertzberger lecture):

A headache is a headache, but Architecture is more

https://architectureindeed.wordpress.com/2013/01/25/a-headache-is-a-headache-but-architecture-is-more/

Might update this again.

(Credit for this video: faaacept at http://www.youtube.com/user/faaacept/videos)

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