Having spent most of my life in a forest area near Nagpur, we have always lived with mere basic appliances. Air conditioners and Microwaves were distant dreams so to say. Our house was a simple 3BHK bungalow, which must have … Continue reading How to reduce the need of air-conditioners?
As an architecture student, your 1st year consists of wonderful discoveries and enthralling case studies falling at your doorstep in the form of sketches made compulsory. Names like Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling Water, Tadao Ando’s Church of Light, Tom Wright’s … Continue reading Top 5 Architects of the 21st Century
In today’s age of information technology, our senses are simply overwhelmed by the amount of information poured over us; news, opinions, reviews, information, messages, forums, entertainment… the list is endless. With so much of data, our generation has developed a … Continue reading Why you need to start making videos
Photography is about envisioning, imagining and recreating, all that can be seen, and sometimes that which cannot be seen. While technique and equipment are important, the importance of creativity and an eye for beauty cannot be impressed enough. That’s what … Continue reading Compositions used in architectural photography
Searching for something on the internet is fairly simple for the end-user. We simply enter what we are looking for on Google Search and we open the first result that comes up in order to get our answers. However, this … Continue reading How to make your website visible on Google?
Flexibility is one word which, for me, describes traditional Indian architecture. One place for sure which binds all the functions together and is the most flexible of the lot is the courtyard. Since the courtyards are going out of fashion, … Continue reading Aangan: A vanishing element in Indian architecture