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    El Croquis 200: Studio Mumbai 2012-2019 is a monograph that explores the work of Studio Mumbai, an architectural practice based in Mumbai, India. Founded in 2004 by Bijoy Jain, Studio Mumbai is known for its sustainable design, use of local materials, and commitment to craftsmanship.

    The projects featured in El Croquis 200 span the years 2012 to 2019 and showcase the firm’s versatility and range. From private residences to public buildings, Studio Mumbai’s projects are all united by a common thread of sensitivity to context, respect for nature, and a commitment to social responsibility.

    Sustainable Design

    Studio Mumbai is committed to sustainable design, using local materials, natural ventilation, and passive solar design to reduce the environmental impact of its projects. For example, the Bhoomi House in Mumbai is constructed from local bamboo and stone, and uses natural ventilation to keep the interior cool and comfortable.

    Use of Local Materials

    Studio Mumbai is passionate about using local materials, believing that they are more sustainable and aesthetically pleasing than imported materials. For example, the House in the Hills in Mumbai is constructed from local timber, stone, and clay, creating a sense of connection to the surrounding landscape.

    Commitment to Craftsmanship

    Studio Mumbai is committed to craftsmanship, believing that hand-made materials and construction techniques create a sense of beauty and authenticity. For example, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya in Mumbai is constructed from hand-carved stone and wood, creating a sense of richness and detail.

    Conclusion

    El Croquis 200 is a must-read for anyone interested in contemporary architecture. The monograph showcases the work of one of the most exciting and innovative practices working today, and it offers a glimpse into the future of sustainable and responsible architecture.

    Here are some specific examples of Studio Mumbai’s work:

    • Bhoomi House (Mumbai, India) is a private residence constructed from local bamboo and stone. The house is designed to be sustainable and comfortable, using natural ventilation and passive solar design.
    • House in the Hills (Mumbai, India) is a private residence constructed from local timber, stone, and clay. The house is designed to be in harmony with the surrounding landscape, using natural materials and construction techniques.
    • Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (Mumbai, India) is a museum constructed from hand-carved stone and wood. The museum is designed to be a work of art in itself, using traditional craftsmanship and materials.

    By exploring the work of Studio Mumbai, we can see how architecture can be sustainable, beautiful, and socially responsible.

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