Architecture of India
Sanjay Kadu & Sajini Badrinarayan, Dekker/Perich/Sabatini
February 10, 2019
The rich, complex and limitlessly fascinating culture of India, the product of waves of conquest and vast religious and philosophical movements, is reflected in its architectural monuments. India’s many palaces, temples and churches reveal the country’s ability to accept and adapt to the changes that have swept over it through the centuries. In their presentation, two brilliant Indian-American architects – Sanjay Kadu and Sajini Bandrinarayan – will give you a splendid introduction to the Indo-Saracenic Architecture style of the great Mysore Palace, Dravidian architecture in south India, and the Indo-Portuguese architecture with Mughal influence adorning Goa’s landscape. They will also provide insight into the principles that guided ancient temple designs and its influence on Indian Architecture, and a closer understanding of the architectural and structural marvel of the Kailasha Temple in Ellora.
Sanjay Kadu, AIA, principal at Dekker/Perich/Sabatini, is a licensed architect in New Mexico and a registered architect in India. Sanjay has completed award-winning projects in both India and the United States, including nex+Gen Academy. For over 15 years, Sanjay has focused entirely on the advancement of educational facilities and specializes in the design of K-12 learning environments.
Sajini Badrinarayan, RA, LEED AP BD+C, coordinator at Dekker/Perich/Sabatini is a licensed architect with 12 years of experience on various projects in the United States and three years on international soil. As a Project Manager and Project Architect within Dekker/Perich/Sabatini’s education practice area, Sajini has an active role in the design of educational buildings.
Supported by Urban Enhancement Trust Fund, Haverland Carter Lifestyle Group
and Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union