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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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Public spaces-Then & Now

Public space is a communal space that caters to activities that help in binding the people together. Every public space has its own sense of identity and function. Even the scalability of these spaces depends...

Retaining Heritage Buildings and Adaptive Reuse

The heritage buildings in a city define its origin and past, they transport us back to the era when they were built. They not only act as an aesthetic visual but also define the cities...

Death Spaces in Architecture

Death is an inevitable process; every single living entity has to go through it. The spaces that cater to this sector such as crematoria, cemetery, tombs, etc.  have seen a rather slow-paced change over the...

Case Study: Tiered Garden Complex, China

Chinese architecture has diversified its architectural styles over the past years. It takes inspiration from its rich history and also incorporates the system from abroad. As an end product, Chinese architecture is an ideal mix...

Why Do We Need ‘Green Infrastructure’?

Overview The world is nearing in announcing an environmental crisis! Water scarcity, extinction of species and habitats, glacier melting, lack of finite resources, loss of wetlands, global warming are some of the major issues that are holistically...

Has Pre-fab Construction Disrupted the Building Industry?

Overview The building industry is in a constant stage of change an up-gradation over the years. Many new technologies and methods have come up over the recent years. The main idea for having these methods is...

Smart Cities- The Future of Urban Development

Dharavi, one of the largest slums around the world with a rapidly increasing population day by day! Navi Mumbai, one of the most well-planned and organized cities in India. These two locations are stark opposites. The major...

Affordable Housing

Owning a house in today’s scenario is an individual's dream. The housing sector is one of the most bankable sectors in real estate. Although, it has a wide spectrum of reaching out to a variety...

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