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14th March 2022: Challenges in the Field of Architecture

Ar. Sneha Sah talks about being ready to accept challenges within the field of architecture, as architects are drivers of innovation and bring a contextual uniqueness to design.

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11th March 2022: Architecture of Sustainability | Integra ...

Ar. Shaju Nanukuttan shares his insights on ‘Architecture of sustainability- Integrated façade Systems at ZAK world of facades South Asia edition.

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8th March 2022: Building Material Reporter | Celebrating ...

Sonali Rastogi interacts with Building Material Reporter as they celebrate International Women’s DAY 2022 sharing 8 stories from 8 different women in design & Architecture.

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22nd February 2022: Amity School of Architecture & P ...

Amity School of Architecture & Planning invited Ar. Kiran Yadav as an external jury for evaluating student’s work in Viva-voice examination.

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The Network: Architecture and Urbanism
By Rahat Varma
Connectivity is essential for any development to thrive and potentially grow. With passage of time, the cities that we now live in have lost their walk-ability. Perhaps this change can be attributed to population explosion, which has caused the demise of transition and congregation spaces. Things as they stand today in most developments, especially in the residential sector, are to ‘pave paradise and put up a parking lot’. ...
Rainfall
By Shruti Khandelwal
Four out of five climatic zones in India receive rainfall and Cherrapunji, a sub-divisional town in the state of Meghalaya is credited as one of the ‘Wettest Places on Earth’. Rainwater harvesting is a significant component in designing sustainably, particularly in master planning projects where water management is a critical component of design. Rainwater harvesting for flushing, irrigation, and natural ground water recha ...
Vernacular
By Pratibha Chauhan
Sustainable architecture has always been a part of the design history of India but today it has become especially important. There are multiple reasons for this importance. Firstly, the buildings by far are one of the biggest consumers of the energy and secondly, design serves as an important catalyst for the rapprochement between nature and human. Vernacular architecture of India has always been sustainable not because Indian ...
How Cool is Green - Blog
By Pratibha Chauhan
Buildings contribute to 40% of all carbon emissions in the world. To outpace global warming, we need to step up to sensible, green design faster than we think. Green principles need to be embraced by everyone today; from the highest levels of government, policy and education to the grassroots levels of the common man.   Traditional Indian Architecture in today’s paradigm has always been green as built interventions ha ...