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Shreya Jindal

Shreya Jindal is an Architecture student from MBS school of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi. She has an avid interest in learning about new advances and innovations in the field. According to her, Architecture is a lot about understanding the psychology of the built form and the people and surroundings around it. She has tried her best to reflect the same in her writings and is hopeful that readers will be inspired by how architecture has evolved.

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Generative Design for Architecture

Generative design is an advanced method that involves a program that generates a number of outputs based on certain constraints. A designer can make changes in the provided values of an interval system and a...

Adaptive Spaces and Environments

Adaptive architecture introduces us to multi-disciplinary spaces that are designed to adapt through new environments that have impacts on external and internal living. Every built structure can be adaptable on some levels, as spaces always...

How Designers Are Responding To Crisis

Designers all over the world are rethinking ways to face critical issues during the coronavirus outbreak. Not just the current scenario of the pandemic, designers can help reimagine structures that can help areas prone to...

Symbolism in Architecture

Architecture is not only based on designs of buildings but also on designing an expression of thought, sign, symbol, beliefs represented through built form communicating with generations of living societies. Houses and landscapes that surround...

Stories behind Unbuilt Architecture

The idea behind the unbuilt is something about imagination, the vision behind any project which presents the potential for the future of architecture. Just imagine, how the history of architecture could have been altered if...

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Building materials are one of the most significant contributors to carbon emission. The construction industry has been working to find the quickest and most accurate way to measure the impact of these products on the...

Medical Prototype Designed For Rural Uganda

Rural town on the Nile has been recently introduced with a new medical facility that brings surgery to underserved areas. The Kyabirwa Surgical Facility is the project unveiled with Mount Sinai Health Systems which can...

Glass for Better Sustainable Environment

Construction of green and sustainable buildings is the trend that has been picking up across the world to provide a better environment for present and future generations. Right from the designing, construction to the future...

Dynamic Architecture: Buildings in Sync with Motion

The term ‘Dynamic’ is a discipline of mechanics responsible for the movement of objects with the effect of forces. Movement of the building is known as dynamic architecture which involves a fourth dimension – time....

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