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Navigating a Path to Sustainable Urban Development

Navigating a Path to Sustainable Urban Development

The global impact of human intervention on our ecosystems is evident, affecting economies, livelihoods, food security, and the overall quality of life. Human civilisation and technology have irreversibly transformed the planet, leading to challenges like population d ...

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By Morphogenesis

One of the major challenges that developing countries face is uncontrolled urbanisation. As per a report by the United Nations, the global urban population is projected to surge from around 4.4 billion in 2020 to 6.7 billion by 2050, with the Asia Pacific region accounting for nearly one-third of the world's urbanised population. Amidst this burgeoning urban landscape, citizens grapp ...

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By Morphogenesis

The recent successful rescue of 41 individuals trapped in the Uttarkashi Tunnel on the Gangotri-Yamunotri Char Dham Highway Project serves as a stark reminder of the ongoing challenges faced by communities in the Himalayan states, including Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Assam. These regions continue to grapple with a relentless cycle of catastrophes, ranging from flash floods to ...

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By Morphogenesis

The construction industry presently accounts for nearly 30% of global natural resource consumption and contributes to a substantial 39% of worldwide CO2 emissions. As architects and urban designers, it is imperative that we scrutinize our design practices comprehensively. This introspection is essential as we endeavor to carve out a sustainable future that benefits not only our profe ...

Rethinking construction in the Himalayan region
By Morphogenesis

Now, more than ever, there is a need for architects and designers world over to build with conscious designs. In areas with high environmental risk such as the Himalayas, recent events have demonstrated how mismanagement of naturally available resources and being endlessly exploited for tourism has impacted the lives of local residents.

Construction trends
By Morphogenesis

While much of the construction we see today is driven by trends in materials or aesthetics, it is high time we recognise that sustainability is the non-negotiable need of the hour. Sustainable architecture is about minimal possible intervention and maximum conservation of energy, about doing more with less. With this as the central objective, here are a few trends in construction tha ...

Social Inclusivity
By Morphogenesis

Currently, 55% of the global population lives in urban areas, a proportion that is expected to increase to 68% by 2050, compounding problems such as housing shortage, traffic congestion, and pollution, and impact the quality of life of citizens. 

The built environment affects its surroundings and the people who inhabit it. Sustainable archite ...

Sustainabilty
By Morphogenesis

Sustainable design can reduce a building's energy consumption by up to 80%. However, sustainable design strategies should respond to the context— they should balance the site's unique geography and weather conditions with functional and budgetary restrictions.

At Morphogenesis, we consciously attempt to undertake projects across India’s di ...

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The world has witnessed one of the gravest challenges of the century in the form of the global pandemic. The crisis, with its own set of difficulties, taught us to adapt to a new way of living, working, and socializing. It has also provided us with food-for-thought and forced us to re-look at the way we design our workspaces and homes. As the Indian economy opened up and employees returned to their workplaces, organizations ...
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By Nitin Bansal, Manit Rastogi and Piya Gupta
 Integrated Design Approach Architecture in some of the densest cities in India (and the world) demands highly conscious spatial consumption with office design standards reaching efficiencies as low as 50sq.ft./person. Consequently, high internal gains and stress on available resources have led to innovative developments in the way these buildings need to be designed and built. Sustainable architecture mus ...