Ar. Rajiv Khanna & Ar. Sabeena Khanna - Studio K.I.A.

Ar. Rajiv Khanna & Ar. Sabeena Khanna - Studio K.I.A.

Globally, people are becoming more and more aware about sustainability and how it is absolutely the need of the hour. For architecture, this means becoming power and energy conscious, while trying to make net zero buildings. Traditional Indian architecture has already been aware of this.
Ar. Amol Prabhu - Shashi Prabhu & Associates (SPA)

Ar. Amol Prabhu - Shashi Prabhu & Associates (SPA)

Global influence is indeed impacting Indian architecture in a huge way, for both good and bad. There is greater focus on aesthetics, sometimes at the cost of safety and functionality. Clients are becoming more demanding due to increased exposure to international designs.
Ar. Ashok Dutta & Ar. Meghana Dutta - Studio Decode

Ar. Ashok Dutta & Ar. Meghana Dutta - Studio Decode

The ‘world is flat’ phenomenon is applicable to the profession of architecture and today we can see that Indian architecture is influencing global architecture and not just vice versa. As a global culture, we are each looking at multiple scenarios around the globe
Ar. Sangeet Sharma - SD Sharma & Associates

Ar. Sangeet Sharma - SD Sharma & Associates

India, as a civilization, has its own culture, context and climate. Multitude of attributions can lay claim on its architectural idiom and vocabulary, but the essence of its manifestation is deep rooted. Global architecture is influencing the world architectural scenario, but it has
Ar. Shirish Beri - Shirish Beri & Associates

Ar. Shirish Beri - Shirish Beri & Associates

The architecture in India is changing like everywhere else on this globe. This change is mirroring the changing socio-cultural values of that society. Thus, a majority of the buildings are being designed mainly with the commercial context in mind, where saleability and glossy
Ar. Rishi Dev Rishi - Dev Architects & Associates

Ar. Rishi Dev Rishi - Dev Architects & Associates

Architecture and design of buildings in India is not changing at all. Global scenario has gone past our perceptions. We are merely trying to incorporate the new technological advancements of the global construction industry. As architects we are not innovating. Designs are still primitive.
Ar. Shifaa Kalra & Ar. Dhruva Kalra - RMDK

Ar. Shifaa Kalra & Ar. Dhruva Kalra - RMDK

Architecture has been the only constant through the history of mankind. We have come a long way from designing rock-cut caves inside the earth to 1000-meter-tall buildings, and so have our ideas and technologies. Two dimensional plans were extruded to make 3D models which
Ar. Vikas Gandhi - Plan Loci

Ar. Vikas Gandhi - Plan Loci

Influences of construction technology is not limited to from global to India but also within one region of India to another. Dwindling away of local artisan skills, availability of newer materials and migrant labour lead to a different form of construction technique, which invade
Ar. Sanjay Arora & Ar. Sanchit Arora - Renesa Architecture Studio

Ar. Sanjay Arora & Ar. Sanchit Arora - Renesa Architecture Studio

Architecture Design in India is an ever-changing and a transitional commodity. With the ever-changing tech community, the rising ideologies in design market vary from day to day. The subjectivity of the change and modifications in the design industry can never be collated
Ar. Prem Nath - Prem Nath & Associates

Ar. Prem Nath - Prem Nath & Associates

With the world getting smaller by the day, and a lot of International brands now available in India – the entire realty sector has and is evolving with a lot of international influence. Architecturally, the standardization has improved, quality of designs w.r.t. not only planning
Ar. Ponni M Concessao - Oscar & Ponni Architects

Ar. Ponni M Concessao - Oscar & Ponni Architects

Building design and construction in India is undergoing a sea change right now and it is for the better. A lot of technological advances from the West and techniques of RCC construction from the Far East has had an impact on building design and construction in India. Smart / intelligent
Ar. Kamal Ratra & Ar Vivek Puri - MAAS Architects

Ar. Kamal Ratra & Ar Vivek Puri - MAAS Architects

Ar. Kamal Ratra & Ar Vivek Puri MAAS Architects The whole industry is in a transient stage at this moment. The year 2017 saw immense changes due to the new policies and taxation along with factors like TOD (Transit Oriented Development), revised National Building codes, and new bylaws in the state of Haryana. Real Estate
Ar. Manish Kumat - MKDC

Ar. Manish Kumat - MKDC

Design is undergoing a huge transition across the world. The designer today, is exposed in an unprecedented manner; he/she is travelling across the globe and attending seminars, exhibitions and participating in competitions, and at the same time, the global design fraternity
Ar. Manit and Ar. Sonali Rastogi - Morphogenesis

Ar. Manit and Ar. Sonali Rastogi - Morphogenesis

In an age of rapid industrialization, rampant construction and a networked economy, India has witnessed a pivotal acceleration in growth. That said, the scale of development has brought with it various environmental and social challenges, putting a strain on resources.
Ar. Manuj Agarwal - Manuj Agarwal Architects

Ar. Manuj Agarwal - Manuj Agarwal Architects

Indian Architecture has always induced curiosity and interest because of the magnanimity and the artistic creations. If we look into the series of structures in Indian history of architecture, one could actually pick and pin the buildings as a representation of the era it saw.
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