Architecture in Recession: IndiaTripti Lahiri
In the past five years, as India's hunger for glass-encased IT parks and marble-swathed gated communities appeared insatiable, architects designed supersize projects dreamed up by Indian developers. Then the money disappeared. As the global economic crisis has snowballed, the country's banks have turned skittish.
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