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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...

Desired Lines in Urban Design and User Experience

Desired lines can be defined as an unconventional or those paths in an Urban Design context where there is no concrete construction of a...

Experimental Preservation : A New Perception on the Old Traditions

With the advancements in time and technology, there has also been considerable development in the general perception towards the past and the future. Thus,...

7 Best Home Design Apps

In a technologically driven era, home design and décor industry have eased out with the help of certain applications. Many apps are now handy...

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...

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...

Coronavirus Pandemic and Architecture Schools

As per the new normal, social distancing has now become the protocol globally. Many architecture schools and facilities have remained closed so far amidst...

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...

Why is Heritage Protection and Conservation Important?

Architecture is as much as history as it is its future. Our old cultural buildings and structures define our history and they provide a...

Utilisation of Renewable Energy

Buildings consume a huge amount of energy, almost 70% of electricity and 1/3 of all the greenhouse gases are produced by buildings. As architects...

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...

Architecture & Modern Urbanism: How are they related?

Modern Urbanism Modern Urbanism can be referred to as an enhanced approach and intervention to the underlying issues of urban planning. It is basically a...

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In memory of Ar. Revathi Kamath: Pioneer of Holistic Architecture

It is extremely hearting wrecking to realize that the pioneer of holistic Architecture, Ar. Revathi Kamath left us on 21st July 2020. Revathi was...

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...

Microsoft teams up with Nike, Mercedes-Benz, and Unilever for a Carbon negative business!

Microsoft has joined hands with eight other corporations all around the world to establish a global goal of erasing their carbon footprints by the...

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...