Ar. Peeyush Srivastava Nexus Plus

Ar. Peeyush Srivastava Nexus Plus

Any human activity has an ecological impact and building activities such as a hospital building is a very intense human activity that creates a huge carbon footprint. So, the key to future design in healthcare is all about 'reduce, recycle and reuse'. Materials
Creative Designer Architects

Creative Designer Architects

The precinct of healthcare is highly susceptible to evolution. Where healthcare providers race against the ballooning population with supply of quality care, it becomes extremely critical to strike a cohesive balance amidst incoming technology while
Ar. Yatin Patel DSP Design Associates

Ar. Yatin Patel DSP Design Associates

Commercial Architecture is essentially driven by designing and developing buildings, spaces and environments that address the needs of the occupants. Commercialization along with globalization has led to workspaces becoming 24x7 work zones. Surveys indicate
Ar. Mobin Syed - Syed Mobin Architects

Ar. Mobin Syed - Syed Mobin Architects

Planning of high-rise complexes could be integrated with the naturally well-lit spaces and the required privacy in each condo could be introspected with the help of thoughtful outline of the plan-form. It makes sense to place the common spaces towards the
Ar. Manish Gulati & Tanushree Gulati M:OFA Studios

Ar. Manish Gulati & Tanushree Gulati M:OFA Studios

Without overlooking the immediate realities and struggles that the land we occupy presents as we get more and more cocooned in the solitude that an unlimited data connection provides, the common grounds which represent places of human gathering, especially where
Ar. Hitesh Modi & Ar. Amit Srivastava Modi Srivastava & Associates

Ar. Hitesh Modi & Ar. Amit Srivastava Modi Srivastava & Associates

Since architecture relates directly to human experience, it must take into account the pattern of how a person occupies the space and how he utilizes it. The requirement of the client is conceptualized and incorporated structurally, keeping in mind the elevations
Ar. Khushboo Khandelwal - Ar. Kunal Khandelwal Design Inc

Ar. Khushboo Khandelwal - Ar. Kunal Khandelwal Design Inc

"The intangible represents the Power of the Universe. It is the Seed of the Tangible" – BruceLee. The work place of today can be defined by this very statement. Office design has taken a 360 degree turn: from just Function, Form and Aesthetics, the modern workspace
Ar. Lalita Tharani & Ar. Mujib-Ahmed Collaborative Architecture

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

The workspace is projected to undergo drastic changes with the advent of artificial intelligence (AI), augmented and mixed reality becoming a major interface, and influencing how we communicate, disseminate and archive information. AI, in the next 10-15 years
Ar. Nilesh Bansal Chaukor Studio

Ar. Nilesh Bansal Chaukor Studio

With the onset of globalization, there has been a great exchange of technology, knowledge, art and architecture and many other disciplines. In one way this has led to greater exposure and efficiency but at the very same time, it is also the reason behind the
Ar. Sachin Goregaoker - Ar. Rajan Goregaoker GA-design

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

Skyscrapers are synonymous with progress and advancement and therefore represent a massive urban paradigm. Great heights can instantly put your place on the map and used as a tool for attracting greater business, both for the architect and the end user. However
Ar. Nilanjan Bhowal Design Consortium

Ar. Nilanjan Bhowal Design Consortium

India is a country with a diverse cultural and historical background that renders each of its cities with a unique architectural and cultural character and identity. However, in today's melting pot society, the heterogeneity of our cities is gradually
Ar. Piyush Mehra PS Design

Ar. Piyush Mehra PS Design

High-rise complexes are a necessity in metropolitan cities. With the advancement of technology across the globe, the future of Architecture and Design for such complexes is very exciting. The Indian construction market also needs to embrace the same with enthusiasm
Ar. Rishi Dev Rishi Dev Architects

Ar. Rishi Dev Rishi Dev Architects

A culture is a way of life, which is technically defined by many tangible and intangible traits. Intangibles are non-material items like values, beliefs, norms, language and ideas, that are creations of human interactions. Human interactions are
Ar. Pranav Iyer Ground 11

Ar. Pranav Iyer Ground 11

I am a firm believer in looking forward, and therefore, tend to discard the notions of a design vocabulary that borrows unashamedly from the past. However, we seem to be moving towards an urban landscape that is either a monolithic function of cost efficiency
Ar. Pavitra Sriprakash - Shilpa Architects Planners Designers

Ar. Pavitra Sriprakash - Shilpa Architects Planners Designers

India is among the top countries around the world that is expected to have the second highest GDP overtaking the USA, and second only to China by 2030. India's GDP growth is expected to hit 7.8%, fueled by rapid urbanization. With many of the world's fastest growing
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