“Time has arrived that we as architects should lead and not be led”

Ar Vivek Sabherwal, Director, Apeejay School of Architecture and Planning interacts with Prof Charanjit Singh Shah and Ar Gurpreet Singh about their approach towards...

A few comments by professionals on CPKA

CP Kukreja Architects is the most sophisticated and a highly organized architectural design firm in India, whose expertise also include urban design, structural engineering, mechanical...

Interview: A dialogue with Dikshu C. Kukreja

The destiny of Indian architects lies very much within the hands of the Indian architects themselves... Architect Dikshu C. Kukreja - Managing Principal, C P Kukreja...

Architecture that responds to time…

Architect Satish Khanna converses with architects S R Sikka and Raman Sikka to explore their architectural beliefs... Satish Khanna: Let me start by complimenting you...

Aviation Architecture in India

From being one of the world’s fastest growing economies to having one of the world’s fastest growing air traffic volumes, India has had its...

Towards a new Steel City

Project: Jamshedpur Masterplan 2057, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand Architects: Creative Group  Situated in the ecologically rich Chota Nagpur plateau and bordered by the Subarnarekha and Kharkai rivers, Jamshedpur...

Towards a holistic approach in the wake of sustainability

Text by: Ar. Gurpreet Shah, Urban Designer, Principal Architect, Creative Group Urbanisation is an inevitable process in a city’s growth. With increased migration and search...

Air Syndrome in Post-Covid-19 Capacity Buildings

The beginning of what may, in the present context, be described as ‘unsustainable architecture’ began at the end of 18th century with industrial revolution,...

Personalisation in Rental Spaces is the Future

In India, home ownership among the urban middle class appears to be low at present. The reason is multi-fold, with high interest rates and...

Living in a Meditative Era

Text by: Suneet Paul Yes, the country lives in her own unique era. She is a country much revered for her traditional ancient architecture and...

A Paean to Plants

Text by Neeta Lal Barely 30 minutes away from the hubbub of central London lies a flora fan’s paradise—Kew’s Royal Botanic Gardens, the largest UNESCO...

An Unconventional Architect

Former chief architect of the Delhi Development Authority, M N Khullar recently passed away. After leading a steadfast role as the chief architect of...

A Rationalist Architect

A huge void is left in the architectural fraternity as renowned architect, town planner and art collector, Kuldip Singh passed away recently. Singh was known for his structurally complex modern designs...

A protagonist of Indian Architecture

The Indian architectural fraternity recently lost veteran architect Jasbir Sachdev. He was the founder principal architect of Sachdev Eggleston Associates, a New Delhi-based architectural...

Curative strategies to invert problems for economic growth

Review by Ar. Prof. Dr. SS Bhatti Food, clothing and shelter are the three globally recognised basic necessities without which human life cannot survive on...