About Latest Competition

‘Haiku’ Writing Competition Series 2.0 is the sixth initiative of the Architectural Journalism & Criticism Organization, India founded by architect Pappal Suneja to spread awareness about this subject and sow the seeds of inspiration to explore and write about Architecture and allied fields. As per the curator, Journalism & Critical Appreciation in Architecture should reciprocate to the trending techniques. Our prenominal existence in the moment of time is not merely enough to amount for the utterance of spoken or written of the present. The architectural writings serve as reflections at a future day and it needs to be taken ahead at the forefront.

This Series shall be conducted at a regular interval of 2 months. Best Articles from all the Series shall be published in the form of a book with ISBN.

Haiku Writing Competition Series 2.0, Entries deadline 30th May 2020 to be emailed at ar.pappalsuneja@gmail.com

For More Information, Check out: https://worldarchitecture.org/architecture-news/efhgv/-haiku-writing-competition-series-2-0-call-for-entries.html

To register, follow the link- https://imjo.in/KDJSF5





Ar. Pappal Suneja is presently a freelance Architect, Architectural Journalist, and Asst. Prof at Vishwaniketan College of Architecture, Arts & Design. He possesses an immense ability to understand concepts right from where they originate. He is curious about learning new things and is extremely mature when it comes to academic upliftment opportunities.  He inhibits the extraordinary ability of not getting influenced by the distractions around and rather is very much focused on goals to be achieved.  I wish him all the best for his upcoming initiatives on Architectural Journalism.

Prof. Sarbjot Singh Behl, Dean Student Welfare, GNDU Amritsar

“Architectural Journalism is a very important subject.  Some architecture schools are teaching it also as an interdisciplinary course.  We had made a humble attempt to publish a special dedicated JIIA issue on this theme in August 2013 which was edited by Ar. Apurva Dutta Bose.  Except that, there is no literature on the subject as of now.  Ar. Pappal Suneja has done a commendable job in writing a book on this topic.  It will be of immense value to the literature on architectural journalism in the third world”.

Ar. Surinder Bahga, Saakar Foundation; Chandigarh