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Impact of COVID-19 on Industries

'As a student studying in the US, I got to see the other side of the coin. I was able to see how a...

Photography Gear: Essentials in an Architectural Photographer’s Backpack

'The Tilt-Shift Lens forms one of the most important element in architectural gear for us. The-wide angle field of view, negligible lens-distortion property makes...

Spatial impact of New Normal

"The use of touchless sensor-based or app-based technology at work place will be the new way forward in order to prevent contact with germs",...

The New World and New Ways of Society Management Systems

'If there’s something the coronavirus taught us, then it is to always have help available at fingertips. Society management systems are for the residents....

Gentrification: The negative aspect of the development, Aayush Chaudhary

"Despite various positive characteristics of gentrification, there are certain negative aspects of the process as well. First and foremost, it leads to an increase...

Impact of COVID-19 on Industries

'As a student studying in the US, I got to see the other side of the coin. I was able to see how a developed nation or a superpower as you could call it...

Photography Gear: Essentials in an Architectural Photographer’s Backpack

'The Tilt-Shift Lens forms one of the most important element in architectural gear for us. The-wide angle field of view, negligible lens-distortion property makes it ideal for shooting large buildings and spaces where frame-fitting...

Spatial impact of New Normal

"The use of touchless sensor-based or app-based technology at work place will be the new way forward in order to prevent contact with germs", says Shami Goregaoker, Design Director, GA design New Normal is a term that...

The New World and New Ways of Society Management Systems

'If there’s something the coronavirus taught us, then it is to always have help available at fingertips. Society management systems are for the residents. They are designed to make a resident’s home life easier,...

Gentrification: The negative aspect of the development, Aayush Chaudhary

"Despite various positive characteristics of gentrification, there are certain negative aspects of the process as well. First and foremost, it leads to an increase in the population, additionally, the incoming population may be more...

Touch(less)! New way forward, post crisis-workplace

"When we get back to our physical work places after a gap, we need to think how to introduce interfaces which are touchless and start looking at it strategically at the various technologies already...

8 Things to look for in an Earth-Day Friendly company; Jarrad Brownlee & Evelyn Leonard

"Using environmentally damaging and dangerous materials is very profitable for a business. You can generally make functional and good-looking products cheaply by using them, but at great cost to both the environment and the...

Water – An environmental treasure, Bijal Panchmatia; The Moneta Design

‘With the extreme weather events past few years hurricanes, floods, droughts and wildfires it is indeed time to more urgently think about water resilience. We need to treat Water as fundamentally more precious resource’,...

COVID -19 How can we adapt space in a time of crisis? Kahler Slater

"Space is not going to solve our challenges with COVID-19. Space is PART of the solution, but it is not THE solution. We need to think bigger. To my architectural colleagues, I apologize, but we're...

COVID-19 Does it Impact design of spaces? Dr.Ramesh Raghavendran

'A brief thoughts have been penned down for the occasion of “World Health Day“ keeping in view the larger interest of the humans .The emphasis of all work places / office buildings are lobby...

Kitchen lockdown necessary in the pandemic new normal? Ayeshaa Dodeja

Maintaining obsessive personal hygiene and cleanliness in the kitchen and your home is of utmost importance in the new normal. With the new pandemic COVID-19 taking the world by surprise and the number of...

Become water wise! Ayeshaa Dodeja, Kitchen Studio

‘In the times of the global COVID-19 outbreak. A drop of water stored, could be a life saved!” India and the entire world has joined hands to fight the novel COVID-19 virus outbreak. It has...

Rainwater Harvesting into Buildings & Parking Lots

'Architects and town planners are designing multi-storied commercial and residential buildings, which significantly increase the demand for water supply.  Is the additional water supply available there? The Central Ground Water Board has identified about...

The cosmic element of Water; Dr. Ramesh, Archinova

'Water is an important element for human existence since time immemorial. Water conservation has come into limelight due to Global warming and reducing rainfall', says Dr. Ramesh, Founder, Archinova The cosmic element of Water -The...

Raja Rai Rayan Deodi, Hyderabad – Dr. R Ramesh

Says the team at Archinova, Hyderabad (Dr.Ramesh Raghavendran, Ar Nikita Jaiswal), 'The deodis were the palatial homes of the noble families that lived in Hyderabad and served the nizam. These fortified mansions were placed...

The scenario of co-working spaces in India; Soha Parekh, WorkLoft

"We started WorkLoft in 2015 when the co-working business was already on the rise in the USA and the concept of co-working had just entered India. We are in-fact one of the earliest entrants...

Looking for Leisure, Tracing gendered public parks of Ahmedabad; Mallika Gupta

'While the struggle for gender equality is being discussed across disciplines, the globe, architects and other allied design communities have often contemplated the extent of their involvement in the discourse. Gender based violence is...

Decluttering; Shami Goregaoker, GA design

On the occasion of Women’s Day, it seems only appropriate to highlight the need to unburden our souls in order to lead simpler and more fulfilling lives. We need to make certain lifestyle changes...

6 Unconventional Design Professions for today’s women; Dillraj L Bhatia, DBEL Studio

'With more number of women being educated, the determination to experiment and explore various unconventional professional fields has also gone up thereby shaping up more women professionals / entrepreneurs spread across the country. Women, who...

Role of Women in Design Strategies; Rupali Naik, A Design studio

'Whether it is about managing a home or a team of designers, women can get it all under control. With the help of all the different emotions and natural abilities that the women hold...

Smart city development; Aayush Chaudhary, ACad Studio

'Designing the city’s skyline or playing with the urban fabric of the city are totally designer’s calls, but one should not forget how this will affect the entire city’s functionality', says Aayush Chaudhary, ACad...

Khursheed Jah Deodi – An architect’s view of DEODIS in Hyderabad

An architect’s view of DEODIS in Hyderabad (a domestic architectural marvel), Dr R. Ramesh, Ar. Nikita Jaiswal, Ar. Tanya Srivastava Coordinates: 17° 21′ 17′′; 78° 28′ 08′′ Sitearea: 66,705 sq. m. approx. Deodi of Khursheed Jah Bahadur* (Khursheed...

Art for Every Home; Amrish Malvankar

'Art that needs to be placed outdoor is usually made of sturdy material and other than basic wash and wear care you don’t need much', says Amrish Malvankar There are several things that one must...

Present & Future of Real Estate

'Transformation of Mumbai is a mix of intensive micro planning, complete superimposition of the infrastructural network and ensuring to rekindle the social engagement of the common man in this city along with green and...

An architect’s view of DEODIS in Hyderabad

'Hyderabad, known to be a gateway to southern India, today has a reputation of being called an information-technology (I.T.) hub. Looking at the present day scenario, it is hard to imagine the grandeur that...

Ready Mix Concrete – the ideal solution to create quality homes

'The mechanical mixing reduces the discrepancies in the proportion of the ingredients and ensures uniformity in every batch of the product', says T Chandrasekhar, Director-Technical, Aparna Enterprises Ltd on Ready Mix Concrete as an ideal...

Artificial Intelligence & Energy Efficiency in Building

'BPS is generally being performed for building in India after the architectural design has progressed to a reasonably advanced stage and there is not much scope at this stage for incorporating corrective changes in...

Is the current Indian real estate scenario ideal for buyers?

"Transparency in the initiatives in the real state sector and assured high returns on investments, are the major factors that have wooed Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) back into the property market in India. As per...

The story of Bhau Rangari Wada, Pune

Of secret passages, central locking systems and humble beginnings of a festival that became a socio- cultural movement - The story of Bhau Rangari Wada, Pune; Prathyaksha Krishna Prasad On a gloomy September afternoon last...

An architects view on Waste Management

"The concept as perceived by architects view of “circular economy goes beyond recycling! The goal is just not to design for better “end-of-life”recovery but to minimize the use of raw material etc.', says Dr. Ramesh,...

Heritage as social action – a review

'This World Environment day, let’s not only appreciate the natural environment, but also take a step forward to realise that ‘Environment’ comprises of various systems, of which heritage or the historic environment is an...

Why Mumbai International Airport fills us with hope this Environment Day

'CSMIA became the proud recipient of Level 3+ Carbon Neutrality certification. The airport has achieved this highest ACA level of Neutrality in recognition of its GHG management initiatives with greater awareness and sensitization of...

Energy-efficient Interior Spaces

'A real energy conscious interior design is the designing and planning of interior spaces and specifying suitable materials with the aim of reducing energy consumption in a building while improving comfort, health or aesthetics....

The Ginger Bread House

Humanity has evolved, for hundreds of thousands of years, in the context of the natural environment: hundreds of thousands of years where our species prospered with what nature provided. While today we’re almost completely conformed...

Green School Design

'Currently we @Goldmine  are developing a Design for a School + College building as EDUCATION is the most Powerful Weapon you can use TO CHANGE THE WORLD. We need to educate the students in...

Modern workplaces for ignited minds

'The solution lies in hybrid offices that beautifully blends the culture of next-gen workspaces with temporary cubicles, sound-proof rooms, communal areas and etc. Such office designs integrate a wide range of spaces and provides employees...

The evolution of Automated Waste and Linen Transportation

'In evaluating the current traditional logistics for removing waste/linen, facility team leaders are finding a number of problems related to exposure of public during transport of waste/linen through hallways and elevators, less green solutions,...

An Integrated Green Design Process

Good design becomes affordable design; elements that have major impact on energy use and carbon emission can be assessed at an early stage and through the design process, the later stages of design are...

Impact of Paint in Interior Spaces

Partnerships between science and industries such as paints and VR are exciting and show that together we can do more to discover knowledge that can help us make evidence-informed decisions about colour in a...

Balancing Green, with financial results

Reducing energy costs can have a significant impact on the bottom line of a business and make commercial buildings more attractive to current and prospective tenants', says Rajesh Sikka, Trane India for an understanding...

Holistic and Integrated approach to green transition in corporate interiors

"When a corporate takes up an initiative in the positive direction it is observed and followed by the world. More people can get awareness about the importance of green interiors when the corporates choose...

Bridging a Flood Cycle, DRIA 2016, National University of Singapore

Instructor: Sankalpa, Arian A resilient community for Valenzuela, in Manila, Philippines, a region that is vulnerable to floods, storms and earthquakes, this proposal aims to put together self-help design strategies for the community. This...

Conundrum of heritage and development – Will the two coexist to sustain?

'Indian historical architecture and heritage has largely remained outside the government’s purview of legal protection and management. The attitude towards heritage, both tangible and intangible and the lack of ability to translate the voice...

Forgotten waters: Reviving the Light and Life of Dhanushkodi, T.N.; Aditi Dora

Memories play a vital role in shaping a lot of what we do. Past remembrances often pop up in some form or the other in one’s work and daily life. This project, for me,...

Ecological Interiors: Mud and its many hues; Ar. Siddharth Menon

‘Mud walls once built using un-stabilized mud (without adding any chemical stabilizers like cement) need to be plastered with a mixture of sieved mud, wheat husk or tudi, sand, cow dung orgobur and water...

Compressed Stabilized Earth Block and Rammed Earth for Construction; Hilary D Smith

'In Auroville, examples of the Earth Institute’s work range from the Visitors’ Center, with its elegant use of arcades and domes, to small dismountable houses, or to multistory apartment complexes such as Vikas and...

Learning to build like our ancestors; Ar. Ankit Bansal

Why learning to build like our ancestors is essential for the survival of the planet? Ar. Ankit Bansal, Ankit Bansal Design Studio The world as we know of it today has long history dating from the...

Redefining the Greys of the Green; Ar. Yatin Pandya

'Green comes in various shades. It is a phenomenon and not a formula. It is a concept more than a configuration.  As architects we alter the landscape forever and as responsible professional we need...

The fatalism of Architecture or Architecture of Fatalism? Aditi Dora

'Globalization as omnipresent phenomena has ensured that any glass tower could be picked from one end of the world and transported to the other without any real consequences. Our quest should be to search...

Deciphering the D.N.A. of the Vernacular; Ar. Yatin Pandya

Deciphering the D.N.A. of the Vernacular: Vernacular as Alchemy of the Place and its People Ar. Yatin Pandya, Footprints E.A.R.T.H. History vs. Tradition ‘History’ and ‘Tradition’, misconstrued to be synonyms are popularly understood to be of the...

Natural Buildings based on indigenous techniques of India are needed

Natural buildings based on the Indigenous Techniques of India are needed,  Rupali Naik, Partner and Chief Designer, A Design Studio We live in times when sustainability is the magic keyword that is needed across all...

Bamboo: Nature’s High Value Construction Material

Every year on the 18th of September, World Bamboo Day is celebrated as an effort to increase awareness about Bamboo globally and I - Muthukrishnan Anand, Green Building Professional, Indian Green Building Council, CII-Hyderabad India take...

Resource-efficient constructions…for a better world

‘Resource-efficient construction means using less material resources to build or renovate or retrofit buildings and infrastructures without compromising on functionality. Whether for a make-over of a building or a new construction, if the constructed...

Managing energy optimization in buildings…for a better world

Energy optimization is all about efficient and optimal use of all the resources available. The complexities of usage pattern make such optimizations difficult to do manually.  Technology comes in handy here to do such...

Residential interiors vs Commercial spaces? Architecture…. a better tomorrow

The way spatial and design elements are used in residential and commercial projects vary a lot because of the needs of the client and the premise of the brief. While in private residential projects,...

An Architects insight into Health care Industry; Dr. Ramesh

The healthcare industry (also called the medical industry or health economy) is an aggregation and integration of sectors within the economic system that provides goods and services to treat patients with curative, preventive, rehabilitative, and palliative care. Health + Wellness in the...

Healthcare Facilities Programming & Planning Process; Ar. Martin Fiset

Based on numerous factors, among them demography, a growing middle class and the introduction of healthcare insurance, the need for new healthcare facilities in India will continue to increase both in the public and...

Art, colour, spatial quality and ambience in healthcare; Ar. Anjani Gupta

Designing of environment for healthcare facilities is a great challenge for an architect.  S/he needs to address the major issues like ambience, atmosphere - both indoor and outdoor, socio-psychological and behavioural issues of patients...

Healthcare infrastructure planning; Ar. M. Kaushal

The design configuration initiates from a service profile, which is required to freeze the facility module.  The basic list of facilities should be defined to contain all permissible medical and non-medical departments.  This may...

Planning grid in hospitals; Ar. Tejas Shah

Hospitals come in all shapes and sizes.  This diversity is meant to accommodate the flexibility and informal state of human life, where most of the times cues are taken from Nature to build the...

Modern techniques used In Restaurant Lighting; Dillraj L Bhatia

'Earlier lighting only meant putting up a bulband there was no scope of choice. But nowadays, you have an access to a wide range of creative lighting solutions and designer lights in all kinds...

The NONoffice Office, a disruptive approach to the design of New working environments

21st DMI: Academic Design Management Conference Next Wave, London, UK, 1-2 August, 2018 The NONoffice Office, a disruptive approach to the design of New working environments. Comprehensive Perspectives in context with Time, Space and People by David...

‘Affordable housing at affordable price’, Ar. Sushanth Mehta

2017 World Habitat day in India focused on the present policies that govern affordable housing in urban cities - like Delhi and Mumbai, the teeming metropolises where affordable housing is at a premium. Special...

‘Affordable housing is the need of the hour’; Ar. Shashirekha

How to tackle housing crisis - an architect’s vision; Ar. Shashirekha, Chief Architect, Space Studio Chennai ‘Home is where the heart is’; at the heart of housing lays the signs of a society that is...

Why water is essential for a sustainable future, Anup Kumar Tripathi

'Public private civil society should come forward to use water sustainable plumbing products and instruments which may reduce wastage of water, encourage the usages of recycle waters for sanitation and gardening and use low-water...

Woodcarving, an integral part of local architecture & interiors of Gujarat, Jay Thakkar

'There are many documentation done on the wooden architecture of Gujarat but major of them look at the functions, spaces and the form. What is missed out is these in-depth research documents is the...

Panchakroshi Yatra, Cosmic Circuit of Varanasi, Rana P.B. Singh & Pravin S. Rana

"While public efforts have historically failed to improve the Panchakroshi Yatra pilgrimage route, there has also been at least one attempt to fix the infrastructure of the pilgrimage route through private efforts. Over the...

Requeim for an Art Deco Icon of Madras?, Prathyaksha Krishna Prasad

“Do Chennai’s Art Deco buildings have a future?”, asks Prathyaksha Krishna Prasad, Urban Conservation architect “The city—and I think of it as Madras and not Chennai—is still the landscape of my dreams…” - Abraham Verghese, author of...

Design impacts life, Dr. Ramesh

Dr. Ramesh, Archinova Designs Pvt. Ltd. The office spaces in Future would incorporate the most innovative health and wellness design features and has sustainability as a central philosophy. The best methodology to be adopted is a...

Office in the 3rd millenium … from the ’60s,’ 70s, Lorenzo David Overi

'Operational Offices: Office furniture desks: Office Cabinets, Stools, Executive Offices...  since years '60s,' 70s,‘80s have all changed in style, dimension and functionality', says Lorenzo David Overi, Chairman, FORMITALIA Group spa Though, day after day, the workplace undergoes...

Not all Mice are Created Equal: ‘Use Ergonomics’, Ketan Sheth

'Posture is the most important aspect when looking at workstation design. Chairs, work surface, accessories, monitor and input devices can help or hinder in maintaining good posture, but they cannot cause good posture. Simply...

Find your right choice – Ergo Dynamics, Sudeep Kolte

'A typical office employee spends at least a third of their day at the office – at least', says Sudeep Kolte, VP - Sales & Marketing, Gyproc India on how office design and architecture can boost employee...

Domesticating corporate interiors, Sonali Pandit

'Today's work culture is complex and unpredictable. In such a scenario, all-purpose dedicated workstation does not work. An activity based placement is on the rise. This works on all platforms; it helps in recruitment...

Space Management in Workspaces, Sandesh Dhanraj

'A casual relaxed atmosphere is important to allow the employees to work freely and enhance their creativity.  Avoid sticking to conventional designs: workstations should be creative', says Sandesh Dhanraj, Founder & CEO, Noah Interiors on Workspaces...

Corporate Interiors: Lighting Trends 2018, Dillraj L Bhatia

'It would not be wrong to state that other lighting technologies have limited potential for future improvements but new designs for LEDs that push quality and efficacy to new levels continue to emerge from...

Office Ergonomics: A History, Evolution and Future, Jenny Zhao

Jenny Zhao, Associate Ergonomist-Asia Pacific, Humanscale Currently, the word “ergonomics” often evokes images of fancy office chairs, sit-stand work tools, and old diagrams with specific measurements and angles pertaining to the human body at work....

99.98 % of Coders hate Facebook’s New Office, The Blue Leaves Design Group

'Workers are 66% less productive in an open plan office as per ’The Sound Agency", says Anshuman Bhargava, Director & Creative Head, The Blue Leaves Design Group on the new office of Facebook. 99.98 % of Coders...

Minimalism after the 80s, Gita Ramanan

'With apartment complexes becoming a mainstay, shrinking family sizes and busy lifestyles,  Minimalism as a style with its interesting sub-styles, is going to play a much larger role in the coming decade', says Gita...

How to play with Mirrors & Glass while designing House?, Rupali Naik

'Don’t stop at an ordinary glass or mirror. Fill the space with something creative that will lift up the spirits and impress everyone who enters', Rupali Naik, Partner and Chief Designer, A Design Studio One in...

‘Minimalist aesthetics in furniture design’, Sandesh Dhanraj

'Minimalism is all about achieving harmony in design through simplicity. There is no clutter, no ornate furniture, no heavy upholstery, no ornate designs. While this sort of an aesthetic may have an appeal for...

Lighting Trends 2018: Modern and Minimalistic, DBEL Studio

'Clean lines and simple forms characterise modern interior style, which is what makes minimalism a very pure design philosophy', says Dillraj L Bhatia, Founder, DBEL Studio The modern interior designing trend is synonymous to minimalism. Clean...

Interior influences throughout history, Shami Goregaoker

Shami Goregaoker, Design Director, GA design The best thing about design is the resurgence of influence from previous periods. GA design helps you take a look back in time and see the key influences from around the...

Minimalist architecture, Space Studio Chennai

'Minimalism is choice, it is an act of choosing honesty over ostentation, silence over loudness and vulnerability over arrogance. Knowing what is not needed is as important as knowing what is needed, if not...

“Niels Diffrient-The Legacy of this ‘Granddaddy of Ergonomics’ lives on at Humanscale”, Alastair Stubbs, Humanscale

ALASTAIR STUBBS, Country Manager India, Humanscale HUMANSCALE’S GAME-CHANGING PARTNERSHIP WITH DESIGNER NIELS DIFFRIENT REVOLUTIONISED THE TASK CHAIR Founded in 1983 at the dawn of the dotcom age by CEO Robert King, Humanscale started off as a...

Work place design impacts Life – Office Spaces in Future, Archinova

"Health and sustainability is at the heart of the new office design. Recognizing the impact physical surroundings have on human health, relied on existing research and standards to design a healthy office that is...

‘Great design can do everything’, Dr. Ramesh

Finding that Healthy Balance,  Dr. Ramesh, Archinova Designs Pvt. Ltd.  (in continuation to the write-up Let’s aim at becoming Happy India, Sasikala Rajeswaran) Health, wellness, and well-being. You hear it often and now more than ever, interior designers...

Design a stylish bedroom, Winfried Weber, Sleeping Expert, hülsta

Winfried Weber, Sleeping Expert, hülsta Here at hülsta we are often asked how a perfect bedroom should look. The reply is always the same: There is no such thing as the perfect bedroom. Every single one of our...

Optimal space planning, Preamble: Housing in Urban areas, Dr. Ramesh

Optimal space planning, Preamble: Housing in Urban areas, Dr. Ramesh, Archinova Designs Pvt. Ltd. Optimal space planning is the key word here.  Usage of space in an extravagant and non-productive way causes wastage and chaos while in...

Water Resources and Urbanization in India, Anup Kumar Tripathi

'By 2030, the United Nations (2006) projects that the proportion of people living in urban areas will be over 60 percent of the total global population, totaling 4.9 billion people. Roughly 95 percent of...

Water Conservation – Need of the Hour, Satish Naik

'It’s imperative to educate consumers so they can identify and think innovative means to consume re use or conserve water. It will not only benefit the environment but can also play a larger role...

“Existence of water on this planet has been immemorial since civilization”

"It is indeed the need of the hour for all the readers to think of the future as it is going to be a disaster if we as good citizens do not raise our...

‘Why learning to build like our ancestors is essential for survival of our planet’, Ar. Milind Pai

'Why learning to build like our ancestors is essential for survival of the planet', Ar. Milind Pai, Milind Pai, Architects & Interior Designers Space is a growing concern among people in the construction business, especially...

Civil Engineering: Past, Present, and Future; Dr. N. Subramanian

Abstract: In the past 50 years of my life I have witnessed several changes in Civil Engineering. Civil Engineering is a vast field encompassing several sub fields such as Structural Engineering, Material Science, Soil mechanics...

‘The Role of Energy in 21st-century Life’, Dr. Ramesh

An architects insight on Energy Conservation, Dr. Ramesh, Archinova Design Pvt. Ltd. Conservation & Energy Conservation implies protection: the idea of keeping something safe. Over the years, great efforts have been made to conserve natural habitats,...

Homes of the Future, With Little Help from Past; Ar. Milind Pai

Ar. Milind Pai, Milind Pai, Architects & Interior Designers An essential aspect of any civilization is its architecture. The structures built during this period are an indication of its economic, social as well as political...

‘Dense new developments may provide “a large-scale solution to a large-scale problem”‘, Dr. Ramesh

Housing in India - an architects perspective, Dr. Ramesh, Archinova Design Pvt. Ltd. Housing in India is a form a security which is imbibed in the mindset of the Indians, so it forms an...

Retrospect 2017 – Home Improvement and Building Materials; Harish Rao

Harish Rao, Director, sawdust Unnerved by the economic disruption caused by the sudden and unexpected government decision to demonetize higher value currencies at the fag end of calendar 2016, people in general and architects and...

‘2018 will see a focus on black water’; Ar. Sean Williams

2018 Predictions through a Sustainable Architects lens; Ar, Sean Williams, Principal, Owner, Architect; OT9 design When the editors at sawdust asked me to make my predictions for year 2018, I wasn’t sure I could meet their...

‘Everyone has the right to safe, decent, affordable housing’; Ar. Shashirekha

How to tackle housing crisis - an architect’s vision; Ar. Shashirekha, Chief Architect, Space Studio Chennai ‘Home is where the heart is’; at the heart of housing lays the signs of a society that is...

Air Pollution: No Man’s Land, Nikhil Jain

Air Pollution: No Man’s Land, Nikhil Jain, Founder & Director, Sanicon Sustainability Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Its 10:30 AM. The sunshine is at its romantic best, subtle to just announce the augmentation of early winter’s. Trees are lined...

editor's picks

Impact of COVID-19 on Industries

'As a student studying in the US, I got to see the other side of the coin. I was able to see how a...

Photography Gear: Essentials in an Architectural Photographer’s Backpack

'The Tilt-Shift Lens forms one of the most important element in architectural gear for us. The-wide angle field of view, negligible lens-distortion property makes...

Spatial impact of New Normal

"The use of touchless sensor-based or app-based technology at work place will be the new way forward in order to prevent contact with germs",...

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