Transformation 2020: India holds a bright blueprint in the global context
The 3rd edition of Architecture & Design Summit, organized by ET Edge, an initiative of The Economic Times, saw industry leaders, government officials and international architects coming together to discuss India’s prospects in the realm of architecture. Bangalore, a confluence of design cultures from Victorian gardens to Moghul churches became a platform for industry experts to address concerns, discuss solutions and leverage trends to create the blueprint for a futuristic India.
Innovisionary Architects - Pronit Nath
Pronit Nath, Partner, Urban Studio, Young, dynamic and creative, Urban Studio is responsible for taking Indian design to another level.
Martand Khosla, Co-founder, Romi Khosla Design Studio
Five-time winner of the World Architecture Awards between 2009 and 2012, Martand Khosla shot to fame with his first project - a poor patients' hostel in East Delhi. Since then, there has been no looking back. Co-founded in early 2002, his firm Romi Khosla Design Studio (RKDS) is based in Delhi. Khosla's designs and recent writings on urbanism and the informal economy have been published in books and periodicals in over a dozen countries worldwide.
Adding Life to Bathrooms
“The bathroom will move towards greater use of technology,” says Asutosh Shah, Managing Director, Duravit India. We dig in further to find out more about the bath and sanitation industry and the company’s offerings.
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