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Why and Why Not Hire An Interior Designer

by Santosh Sinha Real estate, going by its face value, appears to be a very technical, monotonic and labor-intensive field where you would seldom expect sophistication. And why not, you would always encounter a cloud of dust engulfing the project site, with a pile of concrete, bricks, steel, and cement welcoming you from distance. Indeed, it is this characteristic of the real estate industry that makes it one of the least lucrative career options.  You would hardly find any management institute having a specialized course on real estate. Isn’t it! Well, having said that, this industry too has got a heart that beats. This industry too has a softer side which actually puts life into the structure made of bricks and mortar. Yes, you guessed it right. It is the architecture and interior ...

The solution to today’s urbanization issues lies in our glorious architectural heritage: Mitu Mathur

The ruins of Indus Valley Civilization established one thing for sure, that India’s knowledge about urban planning was way ahead of its peers. However, be it the curse of colonization or the short-sightedness of the governments post-independence that we Indians completely messed up when it came to developing world-class cities. Today, due to the pressure created by the increasing population, we need to develop planned cities, says Ms. Mitu Mathur, Director, Gian P. Mathur – Architects & Planners. While discussing the need for sustainable development with Team RealtyMyths, Ms. Mathur emphasized on the need for long-term planning and execution. Here are the excerpts of the interaction. RM: India, being a developing economy, is facing the problem of acute urbanization. The existing ...

Factors Deciding the Right Value of Flat – RealtyMyths

by Anushree Ghosh, After economic liberalization took place in 1991, India witnessed a free flow of capital in real estate that positively impacted the growth of this sector and attracted foreign investments. 2001 -2008 was a period of high growth when many projects worth millions were initiated by developers. The global economic slowdown of 2008 had some impact on the Indian market, suddenly, a large chunk of investment went away from this sector. However, the real estate sector started a gradual recovery. Although, demonetization by the government proved to be a hindrance in the ongoing growth; real estate came back to a steady pace after a break of a few months. Also, new initiatives like the Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA), Benami Transactions Prohibition Act, and Goods and Services ...

Schneider Electric showcases digital collaboration and productivity solutions to power connected industry – RealtyMyths

Schneider Electric Exchange is the world’s first cross-industry open ecosystem that unleashes the power of collaboration in an open environment Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure architecture and platform gives unprecedented productivity with IIoT-ready solutions for machine builders A new range of EcoStruxure Advisor apps and services help companies start their digitization journey Closely aligned to the “Integrated Industry – Industrial Intelligence” theme of Hannover Messe, Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, will showcase a range of digitally connected products, solutions, and services that help customers either begin their digitization journey or accelerate their digital transformation. Schneider Electric’s Exchange and EcoSt...

Mumbai to host India’s first architecture FAB Biennale 2018-2019

Biennale to represent new age thinking and disruptive ideas in the field of architecture and design  FAB Biennale to host a series of informative sessions and workshops in Mumbai Mumbai is the host city for FAB Biennale, 2018-2019, India’s first architecture biennale for innovators from the field of design and architecture at Famous Studios, Mahalaxmi on December 1 & 2, 2018. A first of its kind knowledge sharing platform, the FAB Biennale themed ‘OPEN’ will commission knowledgeable sessions, at its inaugural conference, led by globally renowned architects and designers like Mick Timpson, Kate Ascher, Allison Dring, Michael Hansmeyer and Neil Leach who have established compelling and disruptive designs globally. The Biennale will also host a series of workshops titled Studio 2.0, condu...

Schneider Electric Improves Time to Production, Reduces Device Commissioning Time with EcoStruxure Field Device Expert

Reduces HART device commissioning time by 75 percent Simplifies commissioning process to keep automation projects on time and on budget Drives efficiency, safety with shorter start-ups and restarts; increases operational profitabilitySchneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, today released EcoStruxure™ Field Device Expert, an application that improves how engineers commission, configure and maintain field devices throughout the lifecycle of the plant. Field Device Expert’s Intelligent Commissioning Wizard completely automates detection, configuration, commissioning and testing of HART field instrumentation connected to an EcoStruxure Foxboro distributed control system (DCS). Automatic binding and configuration of HART devices h...

Architects in Manipur announces the 1st MADE 2018; invites the entire construction industry to Imphal

Architects in Manipur announces the 1st MADE 2018; invites the entire construction industry to Imphal In the first-ever industry event for material, architecture, and design, the expo will host firms & professionals from across country & build industry awareness in the 3-day event Construction industry is believed to play an essential role in the economic growth, job generation, and business opportunities as well as infrastructure development. To further boost the growth and development of Manipur and northeast region of India by bringing the entire construction industry under one roof for the first time, Manipur Architects’ Forum has announced the 1st edition of MAD (Material, Architecture, and Design) Expo 2018. MADE 2018 will serve as the platform that brings together players fr...

JK Cement all set to host the 27th edition of Architect of the Year Awards

JK Cement, India’s premier cement company will give away the 27th Architect of the Year Awards (AYA) -2018 on July 28, in Ahmedabad. The prestigious award is JK Cement’s annual flagship event and is aimed at rewarding and encouraging outstanding talent in the field of architecture across the globe. The revolving category this year is Religious Architecture, which is aimed at acknowledging the sacred designs constructed over the years. The Architect of the Year, the Architect Student of the year, the Young Architect Award, Foreign Countries Architect Award and Green Architecture award are some of the prestigious categories at AYA. The jury for the award includes renowned names from the Indian architect fraternity (refer list). Mr. B.V. Doshi, the most iconic Indian architect, and Pritzker a...

Looking For Luxury Properties – Check Out These Developers

by Anushree Ghosh Luxury housing in India has evolved over time. With increasing income, many have managed to get surpass the average income scale that categorise them above to the median of the the middle class groups. Today, it is not only the prerogative of those who are born wealthy but people who have aspired to get more financial freedom in life, and have achieved so, can opt for it. So, there exists a market for elegant, stylish and premium properties. Today’s buyer is seeking excellence everywhere, there is no compromise when it come to interiors, eye catching landscapes, and other amenities. Rather, the buyer of luxury property is highly particular about the location, high-end amenities, and the architecture. If you are looking to buy a luxury property in India, then here are a fe...

The Infra-Cultural remains of the past

Anushree Ghosh A market full of hustle-bustle with zigzagging children, loud hawkers, nomadic musicians, giggling women and traditional salesmen can disappear gradually, as the era changes.  What standstills for centuries are the architectural ruins that can withhold the agents of change.  They are the cultural evidences of the times when life existed once. Delhi too, speaks aloud of the stages of assimilation of cultures with the ruins of Nagara, Gothic, Mughal, British and Persian architecture. Irrespective of the differences in the styles of these dynasties, Delhi retained its originality every time. Though the famous monuments enjoy their share of attention; the many uncelebrated ruins of Delhi become more fascinating when looked through the historical lens. Here are a few to talk abou...

Sustainability – Integrating traditional and modern architecture

Santhosh Kumar, Vice Chairman – ANAROCK Property Consultants The built environment of any community is considered to be the reflection of regional architecture – and thereby a significant component of differentiation. In the pre-Industrial Revolution phase, India’s built environment, as in the rest of the world, was shaped by certain values and cultural beliefs. However, with tremendous urbanization and globalization after the Industrial Revolution, India’s rich cultural and architectural heritage is vanishing. This is primarily due to increased usage of industrially-produced and standardized materials. With that, the dependency on locally-available materials has declined, transforming ‘vernacular architecture’ buildings to more standardized modern concrete structures. Vernacular architect...

This project in Himachal Pradesh wins the‘Project of the Year’ award

Tata Housing, bagged the ‘Project of the Year’ title at the prestigious Project Management Institute (PMI) India Awards 2017.  This award was presented to Myst, a joint venture between Tata Housing and Impact Projects, and India’s first residential development created using biophilic architecture. RM Correspondent Project Management Institute (PMI) India Awards include categories such as Project of the year, Project of the year – contribution to the community and Project of the year – NGO. The Project of the Year award category by PMI recognizes the efforts of project managers for successfully completing the project within an agreed time frame, complexity and marked budget as well as for realizing the benefits that were intended at the start of the project. PMI India awards program is an I...

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