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Nishita Chopra

Nishita Chopra, an avid writer and an architect. Been born and brought up in a defense environment, she has learnt well to be disciplined and find motivation everywhere. Her positivity and extrovertness has helped her tell and listen to a lot stories the world tells around us. Having been worked as an architect before, it has helped her fulfil her passion to write and make use of that experience to put into words for the architectural world.

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Passive Design Strategies for Today’s Architecture

Passive design helps take advantage of the climate to maintain a comfortable temperature in one's home. the energy efficiency of a building can be increased by using active and passive design strategies. While active strategies...

Architecture & Natural Light

Natural light has an effect on a human's health, mood, and comfort in their surroundings. Thoughtful use of natural light plays an important role in creating an environment that is warm and inviting. A poorly...

Emotional Impact of Architecture

With the majority of everyone's time is spent indoors, in buildings such as offices, schools, and home, the environment we spend our time in starts to matter greatly. There is a definite relationship between psychology...

Courtyards in Modern Architecture

Courtyards have existed for thousands of years in our country traditionally being used as a center point for a house that kept the interior people separate from the outside world. It not only served as...

The World of Virtual Reality in Architecture Design

50 years ago, architects were using hand-drawn prints for their design work. With evolving technology, architects and designers now have computer-drawn designs at their disposal and this technology is still improving and changing with every...

Urban Biodiversity Oasis

Understanding Urban Oasis Like all cities, Urban Oases are architectural. They include structures that allow green spaces or allows engagement with existing parks and green areas in addition to the concrete structures. An Oasis is defined...

Pseudo Public Spaces

What are Pseudo Public Spaces? This term, Privately owned Public Spaces, was first coined in New York in the 1960s. It refers to a publicly used space owned by a private entity. It involves the trade...

Architecture Can Give you a Headache?

On a stressful day, ever wondered why we tend to imagine a scenic view of mountains from your hotel room or just a day at the beach to get your mind out of the tense...

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