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Srishti is an aspiring Architecture student, interested in Architectural journalism. She has a keen interest in writing and poetry, and has been maintaining a blog for the past 5 years. She hopes to make the layman inquisitive about architecture and beyond, by merging her profession of architecture and her passion for writing.

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My Abode, My Design

“The home is where the heart is”. This thought resonates with me. Your house is a reflection of you- your tastes, habits, likes, and personality. It reveals a lot about you. Designing your house requires...

Green Buildings

In 1987, the UN-commissioned The Brundtland Report 'Our Common Future' described sustainable development as 'development that meets the requirements of this without compromising the power of future generations to satisfy their own needs'. More than three decades later, this definition continues to be quite relevant...

Back to School Facilities Toolkit

Back to School Facilities Toolkit Helps Visualize School Design after COVID-19 Summer break is officially underway in most schooling districts across the country, and educators are shifting their focus from the pivot to emergency remote learning...

Urban Installations

When someone talks about temporary public installations, the primary thing that pops to mind could be works of art. A rising trend seen around the world has delivered to notice that designers are taking these...

Thermal Insulation- The Energy Saviour

Buildings are a huge source of energy consumption and greenhouse gases emission. Of the energy consumed by buildings, 50% was used for space heating and cooling purposes. Therefore, the conservation of heating and cooling energy...

Baroque, Imperfect, Architecture

The saying goes, “Imperfectly perfect”. Well, that stood true for Baroque architecture. Baroque came to English from a French word baroque and a Portuguese word Barocco, both meaning “irregularly shaped/ imperfect” (generally referring to pearls)....

CARBON, the Big- Looming, FOOTPRINT.

Since the 1970s, human resource consumption has been exceeding the provisions that the earth can renew in a year. That means we are overexerting the earth more than it is able to naturally recover. A...

Post Corona- What Are the Cities Waking Up To?

Post Corona- What Are the Cities Waking Up To? Cities are the epicentre of this pandemic, as they have been in the many other plagues. This virus came from a very crowded city in China. It...

Masdar City- The Zero We Need

Masdar City- The Zero We Need Ten years back in the United Arab Emirate, a settlement was foundedr fom scratch. The aim was to make it “the world’s most sustainable city”. Masdar City was designed to...

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