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editorial
Joseph Allen Stein passed away in October 2001 in North Carolina, USA. His significant contribution to the post independence Indian architecture stands apart. A distinguished architect and an inspiring professional, he shall always be remembered for his strong environmental concerns. In this issue, we pay our tribute to this great architect.
In the special feature on him, Shri A.P. Kanvinde, his contemporary, shares some thoughts regarding his association with him. Prof. Ravindra Bhan, eminent landscape architect remembers him as a very sensitive person. Anurag Chowfla, who was associated with Stein for the last twenty five years, talks about aspects of Stein’s life – both professional and personal.
Rainwater Harvesting – Part 2 features case study of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi where water harvesting techniques have been successfully adopted to ameliorate the scarcity of water in a rocky terrain.
With this issue, the journal completes its first year.
 
   

Tribute : Joseph Allen Stein


Joseph Stein In India by A. P. Kanvinde


A Deep Personal Loss… by Prof. Ravindra Bhan


A Global Man In A True Sense… conversation with Anuraag Chowfla


Nature In The City by Adit Pal


Rainwater Harvesting: Part 2 Case Study – JNU, New Delhi


Swimming Pools by Samir Mathur



Horticulture

Hanging Baskets: Better Flower Arrangement by Dr. Saroj Tuli



Know Your Plants
Buhinia Purpurea

 
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