- Date : September 2009 | Interview with Robert Verrijt
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Architecture + Design Delhi – Spirit of Dutch Design – Interview with Robert Verrijt
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Architecture + Design, Delhi sat down with Robert Verrijt to have an extended talk with him about a variety of subjects that come up on the way “between Delft and Mumbai”. Large scale European architecture companies have been moving into Mumbai over the last decade more and more to develop various projects. Indian architecture companies however have also been increasing, in size, in volume and in projects. While Mumbai is growing rapidly, the two architectural worlds seem somewhat distanced from each other. The young architecture practice Architecture BRIO fits right in between these two worlds. Not 100% European and not 100% Indian. Architecture + Design sat down with Robert Verrijt to have an extended talk with him about Indian and Dutch design and architecture, and a variety of subjects that come up on the way “between Delft and Mumbai”.