• Arunima Kukreja has studied history at St. Stephens College, Delhi University, and holds a diploma in environmental law. She is an ardent writer, an interior designer and a philanthropist who heads the CPKA Foundation for Design Excellence, which promotes consciousness in design cutting across genres. As the Creative Head of the series Deciphering Design with Dikshu, she, along with Dikshu, explored different facets of design and how they influence our everyday lives. The book Five Decades of India’s Built Environment is a labour of love and textual research on the process of change in design, technology and materiality from the post-Independence period to post-liberalization, until the present times, focusing primarily on the influence of sustainability and cutting-edge technology on buildings.

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