Ar. Krishna Rao - Jaisim Fountainhead

Ar. Krishna Rao - Jaisim Fountainhead

Over the five decades of Jaisim Fountainhead, the content of my architecture has been in context with the technology that has been available, along with the expertise of execution, always keeping the context of Time and Space of the subcontinent and the timeless history
Ar. Abhigyan Neogi & Ar. Kanika Suri - Chromed Design Studio

Ar. Abhigyan Neogi & Ar. Kanika Suri - Chromed Design Studio

The trend of aping the West is very prevalent in some yet ‘underdeveloped’ parts of India. There is a lack of understanding of the fact that Western construction techniques don’t work in equatorial places like India. More glass and steel are being used to make taller buildings
Ar. Nilesh Bansal - Chaukor Studio

Ar. Nilesh Bansal - Chaukor Studio

Ar. Nilesh Bansal - Chaukor Studio There is a major shift in the practice of architecture and design in India. Personal practices in general are becoming obsolete. Profession is now being operated at the organizational level, with allied departments of engineering, design and financial sector co-existing.
Ar. Hiren Patel - HPA

Ar. Hiren Patel - HPA

There is a lot more visibility of really good and different work happening across India. Post- Independence, we had few architects whose work was dominating the Indian scenario. Now, we have a innumerable young and senior design firms. Also, there is a lot more different way of
Ar. Smaran Mallesh, Ar. Vikram Rajshekar and Ar. Narendra Pirgal - Cadence Architects

Ar. Smaran Mallesh, Ar. Vikram Rajshekar and Ar. Narendra Pirgal - Cadence Architects

Globalisation has provided greater availability of materials, faster trade of products and technology, which is consistently being developed to provide ease of use and acceptance at a local level. So, we see that there is a greater convenience in the craft of spaces and buildings.
Ar. Mohanbir Singh & Ar. Maninder Kaur - Creative Designer Architects (CDA)

Ar. Mohanbir Singh & Ar. Maninder Kaur - Creative Designer Architects (CDA)

The architecture and design of buildings in India has evolved through a series of contextual eras. The past legacy of the British Raj is quite evident and is being blended today in a collage of regional Indian traditional architecture with their requisite climatic responses
Prof. Charanjit S Shah - Creative Group

Prof. Charanjit S Shah - Creative Group

The fast pace of urbanisation, particularly in our existing cities, is creating a huge pressure on the infrastructure, which perhaps, is being temporarily resolved by layering the cities with multiple modes and grades of transportation, resulting in inhuman and unplanned
Ar. Dikshu Kukreja - CP Kukreja Architects

Ar. Dikshu Kukreja - CP Kukreja Architects

The changes I witnessed in the profession have been two-fold. The positives are the easy availability of both technology and materials from anywhere in the world, giving architects and designers complete freedom to unleash their creativity. The increasing sensitivity towards
Ar. Ateet Vengurlekar - Bluearch Architects

Ar. Ateet Vengurlekar - Bluearch Architects

Architecture in any country is a mirror of the phase of development it is going through. There is always a need to find sustainability in construction, and to make it capable of coping with the distress that any building is exposed to. The answer can surely be found in our heritage
Ar. Lalita Tharani & Ar. Mujib Ahmed - Collaborative Architecture

Ar. Lalita Tharani & Ar. Mujib Ahmed - Collaborative Architecture

Ar. Lalita Tharani & Ar. Mujib Ahmed - Collaborative Architecture We were the incubator of modernist architecture, with one of its largest experiments that unfolded in Chandigarh with Louis Kahn, IIM, Ahmedabad. Whether the ensuing decades leapfrogged Indian architecture to a purported greater height is debatable
Ar. Babu Cherian - BCA Architecture

Ar. Babu Cherian - BCA Architecture

The field of architecture in India has undergone significant changes throughout history. From Persian wonders in marble to the incredible wooden structures of Kerala, India has always been a kaleidoscope of different styles of architecture owing to its vast and differing
Ar. Sachin Bandukwala & Ar. Melissa - Smith Banduksmith Studio

Ar. Sachin Bandukwala & Ar. Melissa - Smith Banduksmith Studio

Ar. Sachin Bandukwala & Ar. Melissa - Smith Banduksmith Studio It is difficult to make characterizations about India as a whole, as there is already such variation within the country. Depending upon where we work and with whom, we can use state of the art technology, or extremely simple construction techniques. There is certainly reference
Ar. Amit Khanna - AKDA.

Ar. Amit Khanna - AKDA.

Contrary to beliefs, architecture in India is no longer completely prone to mimicking the West. Optimized usage of the resources involved in construction is once again a key factor and site responsiveness is the intention. The demand for good design is yet to grow significantly
Ar. Anjali Rawat - Anjali Rawat Architects

Ar. Anjali Rawat - Anjali Rawat Architects

From the times of Charles Correa and Le Corbusier, who literally shaped the face of architecture in India, today we see a completely different canvas of our buildings and architecture in India. The growing economy and population has highly influenced modern architecture.
Ar. Annkur Khosla - Annkur Khosla Design Studio

Ar. Annkur Khosla - Annkur Khosla Design Studio

The design influence started primarily with the modernism current that swayed the world. Predominantly one is still seeing the influence of modern design with the awareness and addition of sustainability in the design. One is conscious about use of material and matter and the need
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