Vivek Korlekar holds a B.Arch degree from the Academy of Architecture, Mumbai, 2012 and an M Arch in Urban and Regional Planning. He is in this profession of teaching for the last 8 years. He is more inclined toward technical aspects associated with the architectural built form and likes to explore unexplored places as a traveller. He has also contributed as a speaker in the COA Teachers Training Program “Understanding Temples” where he had given a talk on the “Expression of the Temples of Konkan”.
B Arch, Academy of Architecture, Mumbai, 2012
M Arch, Rachana Sansad Institute of Urban and Regional Planning, Mumbai, 2014
Notable Achievement, Publications and Projects
1. Presented research paper on ‘Key Factors for Growth of Peri-Urban Region’ in The 3rd Asian Regional Conference on Peri-Urbanisation, Bhopal, December 2019
2. He has mentored the first-year students in documentation exercises. The documentation won awards at the national level over two consecutive years.
a. 2019 INTACH Heritage Awards for Excellence in Documentation of Unprotected Heritage Award of Merit (Central zone) Bandh Rakshak Bhagmati: The Sacred Waterfront by I Year students.
b. 2018 INTACH Heritage Awards for Excellence in Documentation of Unprotected Heritage Commendation Award (Central zone) Temples of Deulwada, Malvan by I Year students.