The Architecture Blog

Wellbeing for Wellness Spaces

Saint-Gobain Glass at Jaypee Hospital, Noida               The ever evolving architectural space is unveiling newer and better structures everyday, edifices that are more than...

07 08 2017
7 Factors that inject health into healing spaces

It is in spaces that heal, that we hope...for hope, for a new lease of life, for the wealth of wellbeing. For, it is in healing spaces that we can...

19 07 2017
Architecting the rise of a new dawn

Saint-Gobain Glass at ONGC, New Delhi   For the longest time, government buildings in India have had the notorious reputation of being lost on the concept of architectural aesthetic. Whether...

12 07 2017
Building Right With Glass

Ar. Nilabh Nagar, Senior Associate Architect at Architect Hafeez Contractor, has, over his 26 years of professional practice, handled diverse typology of buildings, including office buildings, shopping malls, individual residences...

21 06 2017
Building an aura at the Ambience Tower, Gurgaon

The Ambience Tower is a sprawling commercial property located in the Ambience Island, Gurgaon, Haryana. Its strategic location makes it well-connected by road and metro services to Delhi and other...

06 06 2017
Planning and designing gender-inclusive spaces

  In the past few years, there has been a surge of conferences on cities, planning and urban living in the architecture and building industry. Recently, a talk delivered at...

04 05 2017
Crystal Houses, where Glass is at home with modernity & tradition

Crystal Houses in Amsterdam, conceptualised by the award-winning architectural and urban practice in Netherlands, MVRDV, has been gaining popularity for its innovative statement in glass. Aptly named ‘Crystal Houses’, this...

25 04 2017
The Design Hub, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne

Glass started becoming the face of buildings globally, when there was a need for transparent and cleaner facades. Over the years, its potential of making buildings smarter and greener, with...

30 03 2017
How bold and loud should architecture be?

When I visited Singapore 15 years back, the loud architecture that seemed to be screaming for attention through its bold colours, unnerved me. I was in my second year of...

21 03 2017
Throwing light on the multi-faceted glass

While the primary function of glass as a building material is to blur boundaries and harness natural light, its diverse implementations in buildings globally, has reiterated its immense potential in...

11 03 2017