Ar. Hitesh Modi & Ar. Amit Srivastava - Modi Srivastava & Associates (MSA)

Ar. Hitesh Modi & Ar. Amit Srivastava - Modi Srivastava & Associates (MSA)

The world now has become really fast. Fashion changes every one or two months. New materials come in every 15 days, and smart phones every six months with new technology. However, amidst all this modernity and fast-paced lifestyles, we are also going back to our roots and adopting
Ar. Nirmal Mangal - M Moser Associates

Ar. Nirmal Mangal - M Moser Associates

Technology is the driving force that leads to the innovation of design, construction materials and construction techniques in India as well as in other parts of the world. It is helping to explore new ideas, more complex solutions, at a lower cost and greater speed. The architectural
Ar. Gurjit Singh Matharoo - Matharoo Associates

Ar. Gurjit Singh Matharoo - Matharoo Associates

The days of the grandmasters as undisputed leaders is declining, and there is beautiful work happening around the world; so centers are finally shifting. Countries not labelled ‘first world’ are doing work that is sensitive to human occupation, emotionally charged, and reacting
Ar. Hiten Sethi - HSA

Ar. Hiten Sethi - HSA

The known history of architecture in India, which I like to call ‘The Old Sage’ era from 3300 BC to 1600 refers to the ancient civilization at Lothal which lies in modern day Gujarat. Examples of Indo Islamic Architecture can also be found in this era.The architecture
Ar. Amit Aurora & Ar. Rahul Bansal - groupDCA

Ar. Amit Aurora & Ar. Rahul Bansal - groupDCA

We are in a phase defined by start-ups and the dotcom era. So, people have become receptive to newer styles and solutions due to availability of information, and easy communication within the profession itself. This has not only added knowledge at our end as producers
Ar. Sachin Goregaoker & Ar. Rajan Goregaoker - GA design

Ar. Sachin Goregaoker & Ar. Rajan Goregaoker - GA design

Sustainability is the buzzword for architecture today and protecting the environment is the top priority in the construction industry. Energy conservation, efficient planning use of environment-friendly materials and providing green cover are gradually becoming the norm in the
Ar. Pranav Iyer - Ground 11

Ar. Pranav Iyer - Ground 11

India is at a watershed moment in its architectural evolution, where a rich heritage of millennia of a vernacular ecosystem stands beside a more international kaleidoscope of design. Change is permanent, and that applies to architecture as well. Indian architecture has changed
Ar. Sanjay Kothari - Kaleido

Ar. Sanjay Kothari - Kaleido

We need to look back into history to understand and experience the divinity in the relationship between man, materials, and space. Conversation between material, form and space is the music of architecture. This conversation is responsible for setting the parameters of aesthetics
Ar. Sanjay Agarwal - FRDC

Ar. Sanjay Agarwal - FRDC

Buildings in India are defined along with global aspirations of smart cities, automation, energy conservation and reduction of carbon footprint in the design and construction process. ‘Efficient’ and ‘Inclusive’ can be taken as the foundation to be built upon. Energy efficiency
Ar. Arun Bij & Ar. Abhishek Bij - Design Plus

Ar. Arun Bij & Ar. Abhishek Bij - Design Plus

“The problem with the current generation of architects and their resultant architecture is that they think analogue but produce algorithmically” – an excerpt from Peter Eisenmann’s Lecture at RIBA Lecture series, December 2008. It’s been 9 years since we heard that claim.
Ar. Karan Grover - Karan Grover & Associates

Ar. Karan Grover - Karan Grover & Associates

I am happy to see many younger architects embarking on their career trying to understand and then reinterpreting these forms to respond to the needs of contemporary India. Sadly, the numbers of such architects and buildings pale to insignificance with those trying to appear
Ar. Himanshu Patel - d6thD Design Studio

Ar. Himanshu Patel - d6thD Design Studio

In today’s world, due to easy access to information, we learn of developments across the globe instantaneously. Most of the modern development in the cities look very similar, whether it is Singapore, Shanghai or New York. We can see Indian architecture heading in the same
Ar. Vivek PP & Ar. Nishan M - De Earth

Ar. Vivek PP & Ar. Nishan M - De Earth

Architecture is an ever-evolving profession. It changes and adopts to time, place, global pressures and economy. Indian architecture has a very rich and diverse history and has seen several influences through time, varying with culture, ethnicity, climate, context, political
Ar. Akshay Selukar - H&A Consultant

Ar. Akshay Selukar - H&A Consultant

Evolution of information technology and building software have changed the world of architecture and building construction; they have made possible new and innovative ideas that can be shared globally. As a result, in this leading age of technology, latest ideas in architecture
Ar. Goonmeet Singh Chauhan, Ar. Anand Sharma, Ar. Anoj Tevatia - DFI

Ar. Goonmeet Singh Chauhan, Ar. Anand Sharma, Ar. Anoj Tevatia - DFI

Architecture typology in real estate can be classified into housing and workspaces. In case of workspaces, we are blatantly copying the global architecture. This is why we see so many glass buildings that define the workspaces of today. These structures are incapable of responding
MGS Architecture

Modern Green Structures & Architecture

Modern Green Structures & Architecture
NBM&CW

New Building Material & Construction World

New Building Material & Construction World
L&ST

Lifting & Specialized Transport

Lifting & Specialized Transport
II&TW

Indian Infrastructure & Tenders Week

Indian Infrastructure & Tenders Week