The 2A Continental Architectural Awards have been organized and conceptualized by the 2A Magazine. Ahmad Zohadi – CEO and the editor in chief of the
The Exhibition of photographs of architectural spaces reveal an urge that is inherent in all things still. the urge to move. Stillness in architecture is a dynamic as well as a pause. The works in this solo exhibition of a very dynamic duo reflect these values in different ways.
It’s the Time of the Year again, to come together and know more about New Version of ARCHICAD. This year our Key Note Speaker – Ar. Ajay Tonpe, Founder (Beyond Design), would be sharing his Experience of Using ARCHICAD in Corporate Interior Projects . Ar. Katalin Borszeki, BIM Specialist (GRAPHISOFT HQ) who would be talking about New Features of ARCHICAD 22.
Upon crossing the 50% threshold, the human population can now officially be called Urban. With United Nation’s predicted increase of about 1.1 billion new urbanites by 2030, most cities will face an unprecedented developmental pressure in addition to their current struggle to provide basic living and working standards to their citizens. – An Ideas Competition For Students By TU Delft
TU Delft, in partnership with universities all over the world, is launching an ideas competition for
students from any discipline concerned with the built environment and sustainable urban development.
The question we wish to answer is: how to create healthy, safe and resilient living environments in
informal settlements, while preserving livelihoods and social networks? How to create public goods in
informal settlements while avoiding displacement?
The realms of studies include rapidly depleting resources, climate change, increasing urbanization, rapid advancements in emerging technologies; changing social, economic and political patterns, changes in professions, issues of sustainability and environmental concerns, life-spans and life-styles and changing policies and economic systems.
In May 2017, TDV – The design village, an interdisciplinary industry centric institute decided to move its existing campus to a larger premises to accommodate the growing number of students in their design school. An old abandoned Kattha (catechu) factory wouldn’t be an option unless you’ve got architect Sourabh Gupta on your team. The two months of summer vacation saw the nightmarish facility transform into a dream village – retaining much of its inherent character even while injecting new life. – Andre Fanthome
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