Senior Partner Penoyre & Prasad LLP
President, Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) 2007-2009
Sunand joined Cape Farewell on the 2008 Disko Bay Expedition, visiting the spectacular Disko Bay area of West Greenland with over 40 international artists, journalists and scientists.
The award winning architectural practice Sunand co-founded is well known for its commitment to sustainable design which puts people at its centre and engages with other arts. Currently President of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), he was a founding Commissioners of the UK Government’s Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment. He has written about climate change, architecture and cultural diversity, the value of design, urbanism and domestic architecture of North India, and the work of Le Corbusier. Sunand has taught and lectured in many schools of architecture and elsewhere and lives with his family in a house designed and built with friends.
'The Arcic Poppy Chronicles' by Michèle Noach are to be seen at the Botanical Garden Oxford
Cape Farewell rejoins the Lates with Mastercard at the Science Museum. Join us on Wednesday 24 April, from 6.45-10pm, for a night of entertainment, knowledge and exploration on the topic of 'Climate Science'.
The exhibition ''Our Time in Ice' is still on until 31 May in Brighton and will be accompanied by a talk on Sat, 19th May by Michèle Noach, David Buckland and Chris Wainwright.
An action-reserach project around wild plants and urban space in the heart of East London.
Cynthia Hopkins musical perfromance, 'This Clement World', is showing in New York, Feb 2013.
Cape Farewell is contributing monthly a short film to Creative Time Reports; a dynamic multimedia website featuring artists around the world actively engaging in and commenting on the most pressing issues of our time.