Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the commencement of work of Zojila tunnel and ring roads in Jammu and Srinagar On 19th May, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Zojila tunnel project, which will provide all-weather connectivity between Srinagar, Kargil and Leh and, at 14.2 km, will also be the country’s longest road tunnel. It will
Kolhapur is an urban town in predominately rural area. Its main source of income comes from agriculture and sugarcane farming. Apartment culture is not very old but due to the growing population and as the city is surrounded by river Panchaganga limiting of the horizontal growth from three sides, the population concentrated in the town
Durlum brings the best of international experience as well as the Indian regional preferences to provide flexible, sustainable, innovative and functional ceilings and lighting solutions for the future airports in India. Durlum is an internationally active manufacturer of innovative metal ceilings, lighting and daylight systems. For more than 50 years, the company has been a
Blocher Partners India, the architects and interior designers behind the highly praised Mondeal Square complex, built a further landmark in Ahmedabad, Gujarat: Mondeal Heights, a multifunctional high-end ensemble for business and leisure on 65,000 square metres. A project that integrates itself perfectly within the city scape. Road users and passers-by sense everyday what already is
Urbana, a landmark of superior lifestyle, truly is an amalgamation of contemporary world-class living in the heart of the ‘city of joy’. Urbana, towering over Eastern Metropolitan By-pass, in progress since 2010, is the first futuristic luxury community in the city that transformed Kolkata’s skyline. A vision of six stalwarts of the real estate industry:
In Ahmedabad, TransStadia is building an urban world-class sports arena which is all set to transform the concept of developing sports infrastructure in India. In an interaction with Subhajit Roy, TransStadia’s MD and Founder Udit Sheth, takes us through the fine details of this humungous project. In January 2009, the then Chief Minister of Gujarat
‘Deya’ which means cloud in Bengali, has been airlifted to 400 feet and suspended between the two towers of Forum Atmosphere in Kolkata
The exponential increase in human population and rising energy demands have put great pressure on our limited natural resources. Although many countries are dependent on fossil fuel imports to meet their soaring energy needs, about 1.8 billion people in the world still lack access to electricity.
The project emphasises reliving the same old legacy, but, in accordance to the existing urban, functional, socio-economic context, current scenario of the city and the surroundings of the site
India as a country is passing through a transition and there has been a lot of infrastructure growth to be visualised as a phase of evolution from developing into a developed nation.