»Architecture is sculpture but it also needs to be used by human beings. Doors and windows shouldn’t diminish it, but should complete it.«
With the arrival of Charles Correa's archive at RIBA in London, over 6,000 drawings, documents, photographs and models will be accessible for study both in the RIBA Study Room at the V&A Museum, but also digitally online. This amazing new resource, and the practice that has generated so much rich material and ideas, was celebrated in an exhibition at the RIBA. Vicky Richardson visited it to see what it told about the man and his work.
This is just one of a series of articles, including an extensive interview with Correa, appearing in a special issue of uncube magazine dedicated to him: Issue no.11: Charles Correa