Prof. (Ar) Krishna Rao Jaisim-Fountainhead

Prof. (Ar) Krishna Rao Jaisim-Fountainhead

A living city designed and created by humans for humans. All other formats of life are incidental and are in the scope only to add value of one shade or another to the charter of one's life. The planet as we have known, will undergo not just change but totally
Ar. Karan Grover Ar. Ishan Grover - Karan Grover & Associates

Ar. Karan Grover Ar. Ishan Grover - Karan Grover & Associates

Sadly, all our cities with their new Central Business Districts are aping the West and taking on an identity of a nameless, faceless modernism. We wish that our environment looks like New York or the like, while we forget the precious heritage within which
Ar. Prem Nath - Prem Nath & Associates

Ar. Prem Nath - Prem Nath & Associates

Architecture is an ever-evolving science; and more than any other space, it is the public spaces like the Sports Stadiums, which are being designed to be digitally equipped and more ergonomic. The stadiums of the future will be upgraded and developed to become
Prof. (Ar.) Charanjit Singh Shah - Ar. Gurpreet Shah Creative Group

Prof. (Ar.) Charanjit Singh Shah - Ar. Gurpreet Shah Creative Group

As we are moving towards more global competence, which is transforming every innovation in technology-oriented development in terms of automation and making only smart buildings, which perhaps is a very suicidal attempt! It's like criminality, creating absolutely
Ar. Brinda Somaya - Somaya & Kalappa Consultants

Ar. Brinda Somaya - Somaya & Kalappa Consultants

Architecture has always told us stories about what has gone before. In the archaeological sites, when one tries to decipher layers of history of a bygone civilization, one can connect the stories of the lives of the people who lived in these layers to the architecture
Ar. Sonali Bhagwati - DesignPlus Architecture

Ar. Sonali Bhagwati - DesignPlus Architecture

Development and creation of built environment is an inevitable part of civilization. Urban migration puts tremendous pressure on our cities creating a warped real estate economy. The need to build fast and tall (high density) along with integration into the
Sustainability a Prerogative for Indian Façade & Fenestration Industry Report by ANAROCK

Sustainability a Prerogative for Indian Façade & Fenestration Industry Report by ANAROCK

As per a recently released ANAROCK report on the Fenestration Industry, the Indian façade industry is worth ₹15,000 cr and growing 20% annually. The report pegs Fenestration and Curtain Wall industry at ₹10,000 cr - 65% share by fenestration
Making Our Cites Future Ready

Making Our Cites Future Ready

Smart cities provide a high level of livability, work environment, and sustainability to their residents through superior urban planning and adequate provisions for basic utilities and control of resources. The conceptualization of a Smart City
Different Movements With Different Needs

Different Movements With Different Needs

Development is currently starting of the central axis of the new multimodal hub, which will channel all the flows of traffic meeting here, creating a new centrality of this site. The traffic flows are the new tram system, buses, bicycles
Shift to Green & Sustainable Housing

Shift to Green & Sustainable Housing

The green building industry is growing two-fold every three years. While urbanisation has driven a tremendous amount of economic development, it has also created serious challenges including energy shortages, water scarcity
For the Long Haul

For the Long Haul

 Although sustainable real estate is still in a nascent stage in the country, India is actually one of the leading counties when it comes to green buildings development. In fact, India ranks only second after the U.S. in terms of the number of green technology
 Green Construction - Changing Real Estate

Green Construction - Changing Real Estate

Green Construction - Changing Real Estate With a billion-plus population, India is the world’s 4th largest country in terms of carbon emissions. Rapid urbanisation has led to a harsh impact on the environment. To remain energy-positive and reduce our
Green Buildings - Essential for Environmental & Human Wellbeing

Green Buildings - Essential for Environmental & Human Wellbeing

The construction sector in India can make a significant contribution to the country's target of reducing its carbon footprint by retrofitting buildings for enhancing efficiency and minimizing resource consumption. A green economy is one that leads to improved
Sustainable Urbanisation

Sustainable Urbanisation

About 68% of the world's population is projected to live in urban areas by 2050, resulting in significant impact on economic and social activities, and the infrastructural and environmental aspects of cities. Accelerating urbanisation poses crucial challenges
 A Sustainable Outlook

A Sustainable Outlook

The nomenclature of Contemporary Sustainable Architecture covers a wide spectrum including, but not limited to environmental design, green design, ecological design and so forth. The major focus of this ever-progressing trend is to minimize the impact of buildings
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