Thursday, May 9, 2019

Reconciling with nature| Self-sufficiency in public transport| Educational campus of the future| and more

An epitome of biophilic design, Amaya Resort conceived by Salient Design Studio seeks articulate connections with nature.
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Dear IAnDian,

Look around you and you will notice an increasing awareness of a diligent use of resources world over. There seems a rise in the responsibility of 'informed' built forms. Our stories this week reinstate the premise: whether it's a sociological need that the built form fulfils as much as it does the emotional need, as Ar. Romil Sheth of Sasaki Design talks about the ideal educational campus of the future; or as architecture office cepezed unravels the design of the first self-sufficient - a fully-integrated bus station in Tilburg, The Netherlands that generates its own energy. Can this module toe a global footprint?

And closer to home is our cover story, where sustainability is the fulcrum of the design of this luxury resort in West Bengal. A story that reinstates the human-nature connect that the race for all things mechanical and technological is paring out for our eyes to see and our soul to acknowledge.

Enjoy the read!

Warm regards,
Savitha Hira


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Envisioning the educational campus of the future!
Are our institutional campuses keeping pace with a continuingly progressive socio-economic scenario? Are the educational buildings ready for the students of the morrow? Ar. Romil Sheth ponders a solution…
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Self-sufficiency in public transport – a global footprint?!
Netherlands has its first fully-integrated bus station that generates its own energy. Can this module toe a global footprint?
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