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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. In her own words “Architecture is all about understanding the psychology of the built form and the people and surroundings around it”. It hugely impacts the living and the future of the society. So here is an attempt to spread the knowledge and let people know how the architectural world is changing.

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KPF Reveals High Performance and Resilience Tower in Boston

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Innovative Facades for Built Structures

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Effects of Climate Change on Building Design

Architecture has to change as the climate changes with time. Climate change poses an existential crisis with an increasing rate of carbon dioxide concentration...

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Sweden’s Tallest Timber Building

A residential tower in Kajstaden, Central Sweden, designed by C.F. MØller Architects, has become the country’s tallest timber building. All the parts of the...