Laurie Baker

Laurie Baker is the architecture this generation needs. We have seen many occasions where large-scale construction has been linked to environmental issues. From increasing pollution to depletion of the ozone layer, everything was at some point attributed to building, or vice versa. In architecture it became a necessity to call the smallest amount.

Where the world stopped thinking about green solutions, Laurie Baker started thinking. Each of his designs reflects his concern for the environment. Something that promises to be careful. Lauri Baker was born in the UK on March 2, 1917 and then settled in Kerala, India, where she died on April 1, 2007.

The thought of an effortless life in harmony with Mother Nature.For his work he was awarded the Padmashree by the Indian government. His way of thinking is extremely organic and character-appropriate. His way of looking at architecture embodies a light but flamboyant creative spirit that earned him the title of Gandhi of architecture.

The efficient use of raw materials, cutting methods are some of the specialties that their designs have. There is not a single city in India that has not seen the work of a baker. Some of his outstanding works include the School of Drama and Theater of Fine Arts, The Indian Coffee House, Literacy Village. Except for urban areas, his ideas were mostly inspired by brick structures. Its structures have a really earthy feel to it. Aside from the very simple basics you swore by, the design had a really unconventional twist. in his time, when the world was still learning about sustainability, his ideas were accepted in society.

In his time, his architectural spirit was ahead of time. His designs were futuristic, to say the least amount. In today's world, it's not just an idea for people in architecture, but also for environmental enthusiasts and others. Many of these villas and apartments are designed according to their style, such as Good Earth Malhar Patterns etc. Right what you thought in the 1960s is the need for the current time.