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IIM Bangalore Campus Ranked Among 25 Most Significant Works of Post-War Architecture
The campus of IIM Bangalore has won the 17th spot among ‘The 25 Most Significant Works of Post-War Architecture’, according to The New York Times Style Magazine. The results were compiled by three architects, three journalists and two designers who made a list of “the most influential and lasting buildings that have been erected — or cleverly updated — since World War II”. They are architects Toshiko Mori, Annabelle Selldorf and Vincent Van Duysen, the designer Tom Dixon, the artist and set designer Es Devlin, the critic Nikil Saval, and Tom Delavan, T’s design/interiors director.
The architect of the iconic and award-winning IIM Bangalore campus is Pritzker Laureate Dr Balkrishna Doshi, a Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects and a Fellow of the Indian Institute of Architects.
The campus of IIMB, with its structures and spaces, continues to inspire learning and discovery. The campus integrates buildings with the fundamentals of nature and climate. It offers a living, breathing space ideal for a place of learning and supports students' academic and social needs. That is also something that attracts students from all over the world.
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