A recent graduate of Sir JJ College of Architecture, Anshuman Roy’s design has been placed 10th in the International Competition generically entitled “A House for Pink Floyd”.
Roy’s design was entitled:
“A Spatial Translation of the Complete Dark Side of the Moon Album (1973)”
The competition was organized by ICARCH (International Competitions in Architecture), in partnership with Atelierul de Proiectare (AdeP - Design Studio) Magazinewith an aim to celebrate architecture in its most liberal, revolutionary state. The competition ambitiously focused on creating a typology of architecture inspired by the dictum "Architecture is frozen music", a true manifesto of rebellion against obsolete values of the consumerist society.
The participating projects were evaluated and judged by an international jury and shall be celebrated through an exhibition hosted by the University of Architecture and Urbanism Ion Mincu of Bucharest, to be from 20th August - 10th September 2013.