Charles Correa - India's greatest architect?

His eye-catching buildings have helped define the architecture of post-independence India. From cultural and civic monuments to modest housing developments, Charles Correa's influence and style has spread far beyond the subcontinent.

A new exhibition at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London - which has been gifted Correa's archive - celebrates his decades-long career. Take a look with the designer, fellow architect David Adjaye.

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Charles Correa: India's Greatest Architect can be seen at Riba, in central London, from 14 May to 4 September 2013.

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Music by KPM Music. Slideshow by Paul Kerley. Publication date 13 May 2013.


Royal Institute of British Architects

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