Unapologetic, Naked and Bold: Brutalist Architecture
25 May 2022

Unapologetic, Naked and Bold: Brutalist Architecture

Contrary to popular assumption that Brutalism is derived from the word ‘brutal’, it more likely comes from the French term béton brut, which means ‘raw concrete’.

The Subtle Alchemy of Norman Foster
07 Jun 2019

The Subtle Alchemy of Norman Foster

Dusk was falling as the boy arrived in the city of Manchester. Experiencing dynamics of locomotives and static high-rise structures, little did he know, those impressions were the advent of his sci-fi odyssey.

 
The History of Millwork
13 May 2019

The History of Millwork

From days of Yore, wood has been an indispensable material used in building constructions. It was used for either functional purposes or aesthetic reasons.

Architectural Marvels: The Great Wall of China
15 Mar 2019

Architectural Marvels: The Great Wall of China

Standing tall, mighty, and unmoved over millennia, the 4,000 miles (6,500 km) long Great Wall of China is an architectural wonder of epic significance. The Great Wall is the largest ever built structure in terms of mass and surface area.

 
Technology and Software at the Buildings Show in Toronto
03 Jan 2019

Technology and Software at the Buildings Show in Toronto

Downtown Toronto was buzzing with people as usual as I walked into the convention centre for the Buildings Show.

What is Vernacular Architecture?
05 Nov 2018

What is Vernacular Architecture?

Vernacular architecture stems from the belief that architecture is a balanced combination of logical knowledge, divine inspiration and common sense. “Vernacular architecture is the architecture of the people,

 
In conversation with Sajeel Khanna
18 Nov 2015

In conversation with Sajeel Khanna

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