Kulbhushan Jain

Kulbhushan Jain returned to India after working with the renowned architect Louis Kahn in Philadelphia, USA in the 1960s. In the last 40 years, he has worked on several architectural heritage projects including the ongoing work at the Mehrangarh and Amber Forts in Rajasthan. He was Director, School of Architecture at the Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT) Ahmedabad, and has also taught in MIT, USA, and UBC, Canada. He has published several books on Indian architecture and has received, among others, the UNESCO Award for Conservation, J K Cement Award for Best Residential Building, and HUDCO Award for contribution to low cost housing.
Year: 2014-15