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Bhimphedi, Awasuka program
Text by Ignasi Agustí Fusté, Lead Architecture At Bhimphedi I was able to see firsthand the magnificent work of the Awasuka program team in the construction of new homes and the repair and reinforcement of homes damaged by the earthquake. The Awasuka program is...
The reality/dream of our SMART CITY
INCEPTION OF AN INTERACTIVE HABITABLE BIOSPHERE The reality/dream of our SMART CITY Humans are unpredictable, we all know how things keep inclined towards getting worse in urban scenarios. We have always witnessed a chaos between the upcoming townships. Information is...
As an architect, you design for the present with an awareness of the past for a future which is essentially unknown. -Norman Foster Click on the page and use arrows to navigate through this proposal.
Redefining the way, public spaces and businesses interact
How much sun do you need in a public space? Explore this project by tapping on individual sheets.
Bioethanol Story of India
This is a study by Dr. Balbir C Saini & Ar. Saubhagya Ethanol as biofuel Ethanol also known as ethyl alcohol, has been a part of human civilization from ancient times, though not as a transportation fuel. Mankind used it traditionally in the form of drinks and...
Wicked Himalayan Development
It is a fact that there are more people living in India and China than rest of the world combined. If we scale all of the country’s maps based on the population. India will be the largest visible state on the globe. With the population of more than 1.2 billion, India...
City building on Story
Continued Racism The American Dream seems to be quickly fading away with the people losing jobs at much higher rate. Unemployment has shot up to highest rate in last 60 years. Most of the existing jobs are dedicated towards minimum wage criterion. No need to worry, It...