Khushro Ansari

Khushro Ansari is an Architect. While juggling between college submissions and research deadlines he finds time to write about architecture and founded archEstudy. He is a passionate individual with a penchant for architectural design, innovative design, and creative writing. He aspires to bring design activism and sustainability to the forefront in all his professional endeavors.

Beijing Olympic Stadium

Beijing Olympic Stadium – How a bird’s nest housed Olympics?

In 2002, Beijing was selected as the venue of the Summer Olympics 2008. Soon after then, dozens of international teams of architects and engineers were invited to design an iconic structure for the Olympics. The design brief was to build a structure for about 1,00,000 spectators which would be reduced to 80,000 spectators after the …

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The Glass House

The Glass House – A house with an “expensive wallpaper”

The Glass House Located in New Canaan, Connecticut, this is considering one of the remarkable works of Modern architecture. Philip Johnson, the architect of the house, built the simple yet perfect structure in 1949. Inspired by Farnsworth House designed by his mentor Mies van der Rohe, the Glasshouse is a masterpiece of Philip Johnson. Context …

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Ng Teng Fong and Jurong Community hospital, Singapore

“Every patient a window” Ng Teng Fong and Jurong Community Hospital, Singapore

Sustainability has become a necessity in buildings everywhere. It can widely see in residences and commercial outlets. Also, that has yet to penetrate public buildings like hospitals. It is imperative to bring about a change as hospitals are one of the major consumers of energy all over the globe. However, the wave of change has …

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The Pritzker Architecture Prize 2021

The Pritzker Architecture Prize 2021

We all know that the Pritzker prize is considering the highest honor for architects. With respect to that, The Pritzker Architecture Prize 2021 is Awarded to France-based architects Anne Lacaton and Jean Phillipe Vassal.  Genesis of their career and Philosophy They began their architecture career in Niger, West Africa. They were immensely influenced by that …

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The Dynamic Tower – Life in motion

The Dynamic Tower – Life in motion

Have you ever thought about a building which may move? A building that tells its own story of evolution and the way its movement represents life? All those who are enthusiastic about technology must quite know that we humans have evolved and so has our lifestyle and dwelling places as to meet our daily requirements …

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Top 40 Architecture Firms in Pune

Top 40 Architecture Firms in Pune

Here’s the list of the top 40 architecture firms/ architects for people seeking the best architects in the city of Pune. All of the mentioned firms are involved in creating the best architectural projects. Please remark that the firm’s names are organized in alphabetical order and NOT ranked in any manner. There’s a possibility we …

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Top 30 Architecture Firms in Vadodara

Top 30 Architecture Firms in Vadodara

Here’s the list of the top 30 architecture firms/ architects in Vadodara for people seeking the best architects in the city of Vadodara. All of the mentioned firms are involved in creating the best architectural projects. Please remark that the firm’s names are organized in alphabetical order and NOT ranked in any manner. There’s a …

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Aaranya Low-cost Housing by BV Doshi

Aranya Low-cost Housing by BV Doshi

Aranya Low-Cost Housing, each core house comprises a plinth and service spaces (bath and kitchen). In the project, the architect utilized the core housing concept to create affordable housing for low-income families in the region. As a result, the inclusion of core housing, user participation took place. The architect prepared different housing options concerning single …

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kanchanjunga apartments

Kanchanjunga Apartments by Charles Correa: A climate-based

In 1970, land values were shooting up in Bombay, which resulted in the acceptance of high-rise residential buildings for the developers. Charles Correa accepted one such project in Columba Hill, South Mumbai. He already explored his concepts in the unbuilt cosmopolis of 1958 and the Rallis Apartment leading to the realization of the Kanchanjunga Apartments. …

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