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Arrived: CEPT Archives: for Built Environment, Design & Culture in India

August 3, 2015

This is great news.

Painstakingly. Lovingly. Mindfully compiled architectural archives are here. Madhusudan Dhaky recently inaugurated CEPT Archives, a treasure trove of material that piled up with CEPT library, with more added on by an enthusiastic team, supported by architects, teachers, students and Alumni of Faculty of Architecture.

CEPT and School of Architecture are few of the places to always maintain a broad view of design, imbibing the ideology that built environment-culture-design are related and should be treated as part of one big whole. 

CEPT Archives: for Built Environment, Design & Culture in India

The bottle is new but the wine is old. The label is new though the love is old. The documentation, worth it’s weight in gold… The CEPT Archives will surely be a great resource centre, and make it easier to access the archival material, even with the scare it gave everyone during last monsoon. It was long in coming and a lot of pain in coming, but finally it’s here. Open, for all, at a time when 27 other schools of Architecture in Gujarat are admitting young minds interested and looking forward to more on Architecture and built environment.

Find more @ https://www.facebook.com/CEPTUniversity

Some more information@ http://inditerrain.indiaartndesign.com/2015/08/indias-first-architectural-archives.html?m=1

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