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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...

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...

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...

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....

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...

Amphibious Houses – A Buoyant Concept

Amphibious houses derive their name from the class of amphibians due to their shared ability to stay on land and water.  An amphibious house...

Bringing AI into Architecture

AI by far, has had an impactful change in various industries such as cybersecurity, medicine, manufacturing, etc. Architecture has also welcomed AI, which in...

Sydney to Bring us the World’s Tallest Hybrid Timber Tower

The world’s tallest hybrid timber tower to be housed in Sydney if the new project gets attainment. Plans have been unveiled for the said...

Urban Design – A New Take on Shaping Our Cities

Urban design is concerned with the arrangement, appearance and function of our suburbs, towns and cities. It is both a process and an outcome...

Cargotecture – A Beacon of Light for the Construction Industry?

Various new and exciting trends sweep the construction industry. One such is the use of shipping containers for housing purposes, also known as Cargotecture....

Has Covid Made our Built Spaces Morbid?

Has COVID made our built spaces morbid? We as a world are facing a pandemic situation, which is growing by leaps and bounds on a...

Spotlight: India’s Forgotten Gem, Ar. Nari Gandhi

An ordinary man with an extraordinary heart, Ar. Nari Gandhi once said ‘Land is the purest form of nature, and buildings grow towards the...

The Value of Public Spaces

An Overview: Public space is a form of democracy and is a space of freedom and movement with expression being the first with a city....

Innovative Design Responses to Combat COVID-19

COVID-19 has changed the world and the way we look at it. The pandemic is leaving a lasting impact on people’s mind-set and it...

An Overview of Modular Architecture

Overview: Modular construction is a process of building offsite, under controlled plant conditions, using the same materials and design with the same standards and as...

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...
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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...

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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...