The lecture started with a series of visuals highlighting the evolution of dwelling units across the world and the basis of different spaces in response to varied contexts. She shared her research idea on the concept of dwelling that's understood as a part of one’s basic needs and considered private can be inferred as an urban element by intervening it in the context of time, place and user group.
“CAAD celebrates the presence of Ar Apurva Bose Dutta as the speaker of its 45th Lecture Series. She highlighted on the future of the upcoming field ‘Architectural Writing – An indispensable field in/to Architecture” to CAAD Students. The lecture focused on the niche of writing about architecture and design and the need for architectural writing to comprehend the designer’s mind and the user’s experience of a design from an unbiased perspective.”