Gurmeet S. Rai is a conservation architect based in New Delhi, India. She established CRCI, a conservation consultancy firm in 1996. Since its inception the firm has undertaken a wide range of projects within the domain of cultural heritage conservation and management practice in India. She is currently the Vice President of India ICOMOS and a voting member from India on the International Scientific Committee of Cultural Tourism of ICOMOS International.
In this interview she talks about the history of architecture and how it has been an evidence to a more intelligent and sensible solution to the world’s environmental problems. She also highlights upon the fact that the smallest of the decisions can lead to a larger repercussions.