According to Ayaz Basrai, heritage is not about architecture but the people

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Ayaz Basrai studied Industrial design at the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, and after a short stint working in Dubai moved back to Mumbai to set up The Busride Design Studio with his brother, an architect from CEPT / MIT.

Currently dabbling in various projects from Hospitality projects like Bars, Clubs and Restaurants, to Installation Art, from Institutional Architecture to Heritage conservation around his home in Bandra, to working on Illustration and 3D printing projects, he juggles the many diverse schizophrenic projects the city tosses up, in a desperate attempt to make sense of it all. The studio’s work is guided more by chaos than by order, and this reflects in it’s wide and varied undertakings. From working on high visibility commercial venues, the new instalments of Blue Frogs, balanced with critical writing and theory initiatives, the Studio’s work is a wide swinging pendulum.

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Thank you for sharing this video.. I wanted to visit this event but for some reason I couldn't ...Its really inspirational to see this kind of initiative......

Rosly Almeida • September 4, 2014