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On Architect Hafeez Contractor & His Journey

Hafeez Contractor is an Indian architect born in 1950 to a Parsi family in Mumbai. He is a living example of one that faced...

Books for architects: Top titles for every Architect

The most crucial aspects of architecture are research, thought, and theory. It is undoubtedly true that books are the most effective and finest mediums...

Thesis Topics To Explore In Architecture

Everyone knows that the final year of the Bachelors's in architecture curriculum is the most important one for all architectural students. The final year...

First Look Of The Stunning Navi Mumbai International Airport

The design of the new Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA) has been revealed by the GVK group. The upcoming greenfield airport has been envisioned...

Debunking 10 Myths On BIM Inclusivity In The Construction Industry

The new age is all about inclusivity to technology that eases out human labor by inculcating smart solutions are an active part. In the...

OUTRIDERS

Introduction:- Outriders is a role-playing third-person shooter viewed video game, played in single-player and multiplayer game-mode, Developed by People Can Fly and published by Square...

The Pinnacle of Mughal Architecture : Taj Mahal

The pride of India, the pinnacle of Mughal Architecture, and an absolute divine sight to see, the Taj Mahal is one of the greatest...

Pakistan skipper Babar Azam picks this cricketer’s cover drive as favourite

Babar Azam revealed the names of the cricketers whose cover drives he enjoys one of the most. Nonetheless, the 26-year-old batsman left Team India...

What Marks the Success of a Building- People, Place or Design?

"Wow! what a building" I exclaimed, passing by a colony designed by a famous architect. Rolling her eyes my friend said "No, I don't...

Raji : An Ancient Epic

IntroductionRaji: An Ancient Epic is an Indian action - Adventure, Story-Based video game Played in Single Player game - mode, developed by Nodding Heads...