Balkrishna Doshi an Indian architect was awarded 2018 Pritzker Prize for being able to interpret architecture and transform it into buildings that respect Eastern Culture. He was recognized for his exceptional work, commitment and dedication to country and its communities and for his influence as a professor. In India’s foremost living architects and urban planners he is also the one. He is known for designing extensive low-cost housing projects and public institutions. Doshi has created projects for public administrators, educational and cultural institutes and residences for private clients. His designs clarify the relationships between fundamental needs of human life, connectivity to self and culture, and comprehension of social traditions, within the context of a place and its environment, and through the reaction to Modernism. He became the first Indian to win Pritzker Prize, the premier global award for architecture.