Practice, Research and Advancement in South Asian Design and Architecture (PRASADA)

PRASADA is an established centre for studying the architectural traditions of South Asia and its Diaspora.

The centre aims to integrate academic research with creative practice through research projects and publications, design consultancy work, teaching and postgraduate research programmes. Its main current project is ‘The Indian Temple: Production, Place, Patronage’, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (£0.5m).

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