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Saili Sawantt

Saili is a 23-year-old Architect and Interior Designer, apart from designing being her profession, Writing is what she treats as her passion. She works as a Content Writer, Editor, and Architectural Journalist for various architectural portals like Rethinking the Future (RTF), Blarrow Tech, etc. She has formerly worked with Godrej Properties Limited (GPL) Design Studio, Mumbai. She has been running her blog 'The Occasional Feminist' for almost four years and is a voracious reader.

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Physical Workplaces in the World after Pandemic

Offices and studios are a prime zone for communal interactions; they act as a community binder which helps in making society more proactive and collaborative. They also remain crucial spaces to generate creativity and ideas....

Green Roofs and Green walls

The construction industry in a constant mode of change. With the changing era and requirements, the industry moulds itself into coming up with solutions that run parallel with the changing times. Sustainability has gained a...

Bringing AI into Architecture

AI by far, has had an impactful change in various industries such as cybersecurity, medicine, manufacturing, etc. Architecture has also welcomed AI, which in turn has changed the way the industry works. Architecture over the...

Innovative Design Responses to Combat COVID-19

COVID-19 has changed the world and the way we look at it. The pandemic is leaving a lasting impact on people’s mind-set and it will take a while for us to get back to normalcy....

Safdie Architects Horizontal Skyscraper

Executive Architect: P&T Group International Ltd Structural Engineer: Arup MEP Engineer: Parsons Brinckerhoff Landscape Architect: Williams, Asselin, Ackaoui & Associates Interior Design, Hotel & Convention: CL3 Architects Ltd. Interior Design, Retail: The Buchan Group LEED Consultant: Arup Area: 1,127,000 sq m Safdie Architects...

Satellite Cities

Rapid urbanization has been a major issue in today’s time. The metropolitan is getting more and more crowded due to the increase in migration. The migration rate in these cities increases as the employment opportunities...

Different Ways to Live More Sustainably

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead Sustainability has been considered as an integral part of building...

Australia’s Museum of Underwater Art

Australia has been a store of marine history. The museum of underwater art is one such location to experience marine life which also aims to raise awareness to save the threatened ecosystem. The museum also...

Digital Fabrication

Architecture as a field of study and innovation has constantly been in a state of change. Over the years, the methods of practising architecture, the presentation drawings, the conceptualization processes have been using various methods...

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