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
Ar. AP Ashwin - Ashwin Architects

Ar. AP Ashwin - Ashwin Architects

To a large extent, architecture in India was deemed to be a “high-end” product. It was restricted to buildings which had patronage – be it corporate or government. The buildings were usually corporate houses or large government complexes. Architecture was optional. If you wanted
Ar. Shobhan Kothari & Ar. Anand Menon - ADND

Ar. Shobhan Kothari & Ar. Anand Menon - ADND

Creative fields are seeing many innovations in our country, which has had a slow but steady growth in real estate with some significant developments in the last decade. The designs have begun to blend with the innovative technology available. Architects and designers are now keeping
Ar. Parul Zaveri & Ar. Nimish Patel - Abhikram

Ar. Parul Zaveri & Ar. Nimish Patel - Abhikram

We see the state of architecture and design through the sieve of our nation’s context. India is currently at an extremely important crossroad with respect to our priorities of moving into the future. It has been observed that the economic growth model we have chosen to pursue,
Ar. Arpan Johari - AW Design

Ar. Arpan Johari - AW Design

Cultures around the world have always cross-influenced building patterns and architectural language. With the advent of access to global design trends over internet, international trade shows, and trend forecasting, often buildings have started looking generic. A typical downtown
Ar. Abha Narain Lambah - ANL Associates

Ar. Abha Narain Lambah - ANL Associates

For quite some time now Indian architecture has been influenced by global trends such as glass facades, composite aluminum panels etc... in fact, perhaps what has taken a back seat is a truly contextual Indian architecture in the context of local materials, climate and technologies.
Ar. Reza Kabul - ARK Reza Kabul Architects

Ar. Reza Kabul - ARK Reza Kabul Architects

Architecture globally is moving towards organic and parametric designs that seamlessly integrate with its surroundings. Sustainability has become key. Individuals today have a heightened sense of awareness to the environment. The focus has shifted towards sustainable designs
Ar. Prasoon Shrivastava - Arkiplan

Ar. Prasoon Shrivastava - Arkiplan

The architecture of any country is a mirror of the phase of development that it is going through. India has also come a long way with its development which is evident in the steel and glass structures dominating the skyline in major cities. With the growing interest towards being eco-friendly
Ar. J P Agrawal - Agrawal & Agrawal

Ar. J P Agrawal - Agrawal & Agrawal

BIM technology has helped architects conceive the building better and more accurately. This technology has helped architects design complex building forms. Rhinoceros, the free-form NURBS surfaces software enables to model without any limitations on intricacy, degree or size.
Protecting the environment, minimalism and pastel shades will define interiors

Protecting the environment, minimalism and pastel shades will define interiors

Protecting the environment as individuals, minimalism but with the richness of materials, and pastel shades will define the interiors. Metal and metallic colours, nature-inspired colours, lots of natural plants and greenery in living spaces - be it in the form of herb gardens
In a busy city life, we feel that clients will welcome monochrome homes

In a busy city life, we feel that clients will welcome monochrome homes

The colour vogue in 2018 will see Cobalt blue, Emerald Green, Ash grey, Burnt wood... The vibrancy from blues and emeralds always adds a colourful charm to interiors. Ash grey and burnt wood have an edge over basic grey and beige. Huge sittings in wide open spaces are what
We envisage large designs and expressive colours in fabrics and furnishings

We envisage large designs and expressive colours in fabrics and furnishings

Animal designs play a big part in Home Interiors for 2018, with large designs and lots of expressive colour incorporating luxury velvets. These fabrics can be complemented with subtle metallics in various shades of gold, copper and pewters. Another popular 'go to' fabric
There is a demand in the market for sustainable products

There is a demand in the market for sustainable products

The key trend that we have been noticing is the increasing attention on the use of natural, sustainable and healthy materials. With people being more and more sensitive about the impact of chemicals on health, there has been a move towards natural as well as benign materials
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