Interview with Benny Kuriakose: Veedu Magazine

March 31, 2020

An interview with Dr.Benny Kuriakose on conservation of historic buildings by Sinu Cherian in Veedu Magazine published in Malayalam.

15 ARCHITECTURE FIRMS IN INDIA PRACTISING SUSTAINABLE AND VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE

February 26, 2020

This website gives links to architecture firms practicing sustainable design in India. We are one among them. The works can be seen in the website www.bennykuriakose.com

10 ARCHITECTS AND FIRMS WHO BUILD THE NATURAL SUSTAINABLE HOMES

January 11, 2020

Benny Kuriakose is in the list of 10 architects and firms practising sustainable architecture in India.

Dakshinachitra: DESIGN DETAIL MAGAZINE - NOVEMBER, 2019

November 29, 2019

An article on Dakshinachitra, Chennai - titled A timeless portrait of Southern Land. I have designed most of the public buildings in Dakshinachitra and the Kerala Section. Also I was able to get involved in the transplantation of buildings in the Karnataka and Andhra Sections. We have just started the work on setting up a North Kerala Muslim house in Dakshinachitra now.

More photos of Dakshinachitra can be seen at https://www.bennykuriakose.com/dakshinachitra

Conservation of Cheraman Masjid: MATHRUBHUMI

November 10, 2019

​​An article in Malayalam in The Mathrubhumi newspaper on the Inauguration of the conservation  of India's oldest mosque, Cheraman Masjid. 

Conservation of a Nalukettu: Designer Plus Builder - Malayalam Architectural Magazine

October 31, 2019

The conservation of this Nalukettu - Panicker House has been covered in the Designer Plus Builder magazine.  Although the article is in Malayalam, the photos are nicer than the ones posted earlier. More photos of this project can be seen in the link https://www.bennykuriakose.com/panickerhouse

CET Alumini - Eco-Architect Benny Kuriakose

October 29, 2019

CET Alumnus on the forefront of Sustainable Development!

In his vibrant career spanning over three decades in the field of sustainable architecture, Shri Benny Kuriakose (1984 Civil Engineering) has built residential buildings, resorts and commercial structures using traditional, locally-sourced and eco-friendly materials like timber, stone, and earthen.

His adherence to the universal principles of architecture can be seen in the wide spectrum of his works, including the Dakshinachitra project in Chennai and in the Muziris Heritage Project in Kerala. 

Building Green Homes in India: The Better India

September 26, 2019

'Chennai Architect Reuses Waste, Uses Mud & Timber to Build Green Homes', an article on Benny Kuriakose by Gopi Karelia for The Better India.

List of 50 Architects And Interior Designers: Interiors & Decor

May 31, 2019

​Interiors & Decor June July 2019 Anniversary Special featuring Benny Kuriakose's interview on Inspiring Vernacular Architecture. He is in the list of 50 Phenomenal Architects and Interior Designers

Shared Heritage of Kerala And Netherlands: Dutch Culture

March 17, 2019

Benny Kuriakose's interview with Simon de Leeuw of Dutch Culture. 

A delegation from Muziris Heritage Project has visited Netherlands and it consisted of Prof. Michael Tharakan (Chairman, Kerala Council for Historical Research), Prof. Kesavan Veluthat (Director, Institute for the Study of Coastal Heritage), and Sri Nowshad Padiyath (Managing Director, Muziris Projects Ltd.) and Benny Kuriakose. They visited different institutions such as the National Archives, Dutch Cultural Heritage Agency, Dutch Culture and visited various museums. Benny Kuriakose gave this interview to the online website which was published a while ago.

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