Indian construction and infrastructure industry, except for the past 2 years, has consistently seen a double-digit growth. The outlook for the construction sector appears to be very strong. The next couple of months should kick-start the process where after the growth should start. The industry is forecast to grow at 7-8 per cent each year over the next decade.
“Shapoorji Pallonji is very soft footed with its clients and enables them with solutions rather than only focus on contractual agreements,” says Somshankar Bose, Deputy General Manager (Proposal), Shapoorji Pallonji & Co. Ltd.
“Today, architects in India fill the gap in the marketplace as our nation turns aspirational,” says Architect Sheila Sri Prakash, Founder and Chief Architect, Shilpa Architects Planners Designers Pvt. Ltd.
Italian Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano once said, “Good architecture is intentioned. It touches the people who use it and live in it.” Architecture to some is an art. Architecture to some is an inhabited sculpture, a frozen music while to others, it is a fluid poetry. In an exclusive interview with ACE Update, Ar. Sabeena Khanna shares why architecture is an ever-encompassing feeling.
Ar. Kalhan Mattoo is a savant-like when it comes to value designing. He wants to work in such projects where architecture isn’t measured in extreme efficiency in terms of sq. feet or in terms of how much volume one can build. His vision is to stand out and follow his instinct when it comes to design which is not necessarily dictated by the privileged.
“STUP has been designing for Indian infrastructure for the past 52 years and always valued national progress on its priority,” remarks Satyakam Garg, Architectural Head, Metros & Railways, STUP Consultants Pvt. Ltd.
“Architecture is now gaining respect and more and more people are turning towards professional architect or professional interior designer to do up their houses or offices,” remarks Architect Sanjay Porwal, Kalayojan Architects