Creating Symphonies With Buildings… 90-Year-Old Indian Architect Balkrishna Doshi Bags Prestigious Pritzker Prize For Architecture

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Balkrishna Doshi, the 90-year-old Indian architect has been named the winner of the 2018 Pritzker prize, the highest accolade in architecture. Doshi is one of India’s most influential architects of the 20th century, he is the 45th recipient of the Pritzker Prize and the first ever Indian to receive it. Born in 1927, into a […]

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Meet Anthony Raj, The Man Who Gave Up His Corporate Career To Build Eco friendly Homes Across India

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An inner calling to look beyond corporate life and aspirations brought a common man to a place where he follows his heart and learnt about indigenous architecture techniques. Today he builds eco-friendly homes in India and inspires a lot many people to pursue their dreams irrespective of their age and career. Anthony Raj, who worked […]

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7 Most Renowned Green and Sustainable Buildings In India

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With civilization advancing at an unprecedented rate there is immense infrastructural development going on all over the world. This rapid rate of construction, from the past couple of centuries, using modern construction materials has also started to have an impact on our environment.   Environmental Impact of Conventional Building Materials     Today’s construction materials […]

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Renewable Energy: One Essential Ingredient For Making Your Projects Greener

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The construction industry uses a momentous amount of non-renewable energy. The operation of buildings itself accounts for nearly 25 to 40 percent of the total energy used in the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries. But, energy consumption is not limited to operation, a considerable amount also goes into construction activities, which includes, […]

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