UWM School of Architecture and Urban Planning students Nick Bree and Sisco Hollard present at the SARUP @ Chandigarh Exhibit Opening Symposium on Sept. 28, 2015.
Manu P. Sobti, an associate professor of architecture at UWM, introduces the theme of the SARUP @ Chandigarh Exhibit Opening Symposium on Sept. 28, 2015.
The "designed crate" packed and prepared. The package was stuck at Indian customs for a week before finally making its way to Chandigarh. From left, this photo shows William Kruger, Nick Bree and Sisco Hollard.
The SARUP @ Chandigarh Exhibit ran at the Alliance Francaise – Chandigarh from Sept. 28 to Oct. 12, 2015. Chandigarh residents and inhabitants of both villages that were part of the SARUP Spring 2015 studio visited the exhibit. The events were covered by three local newspapers and other media, attracting wide attention.
This picture shows Manu P. Sobti with Indian collaborators, including (from left) Dominique Waag, director of the Alliance Francaise, Chandigarh; Kavita Singh, Chandigarh tourism director; and Sangeeta Bagga-Mehta, an associate professor at the Chandigarh College of Architecture.
The SARUP @ Chandigarh Exhibit, installed at the Alliance Francaise Le Corbusier de Chandigarh, opened on Sept. 28, 2015. The "designed crate" now ingeniously becomes a base for the model. From left, the photograph shows Nick Bree, Sangeeta Bagga-Mehta, Sisco Hollard, Andreya Veintimilla, Dominique Waag, Arpan Johari, Sean Anderson and Manu P. Sobti.
Associate Professor of Architecture Manu P. Sobti, UWM architecture students and colleagues in India are examining that country’s first modern planned city, looking at how its growth could co-exist with nearby pre-existing historic villages.