Satya Prakash Varanasi
B.Arch, M.Arch(UD), M.A.Conservation
Prof Sathya Prakash Varanashi, adjunct faculty at RVCA has been teaching Architecture Studio for students of Urban Design and the Science of Conservation to students pursuing Masters in Architecture with an Urban Design focus. He holds a Master’s Degree in Urban Design and a Masters in Arts in Conservation.
Sathya Prakash Varanashi studied architecture in Bangalore, urban design in Delhi and heritage conservation in England. A former Head, Department of Architecture, BIT, Banglore, India and now Convenor of INTACH Bangalore chapter. He is involved in academics, outreach activities, freelance writing, professional associations and NGO initiatives.
Right from his early days, he was attracted to designs ideas rooted in cost, culture, climate and creativity, thanks to the influence of architects such as Laurie Baker, Shankar Kanade, K. Jaisim, A.G.K. Menon and K.T. Ravindran. His consultancy firm, Sathya Consultants, in Bangalore has been professing and practising eco-friendly cost-effective architecture for the last 15 years.