Ruchika Deshpande

Ruchika Deshpande
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Ruchika is a sensitive writer who enjoys the minute details of architectural vocabulary. She works for better architectural communication with project writing, conservation, and landscapes as her forfeits.

Top 10 architectural world records that you must know.

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The Guinness world records are known for their grand and, at times, transparent wins. However, some buildings that portray extra-ordinary heights, weights, and peculiarities peek in from this ever-increasing list of recognition. Achieving architectural world records is not easy. It not only calls for...

Habitat 67 – Rethinking modularity with Safdie Architects.

Moshe Safdie conceptualized Habitat 67 for his master-level academic thesis at McGill University. A former thesis advisor advised Safdie to develop Habitat's master plan for the world fair of Expo 67 at Montreal. Thus, Safdie modified his planning and contemplated his thesis for pavilion design. These plans incorporate colossal detailing and the government in Ottawa praised and sanctioned them. Thus, Safdie won the opportunity to work as a principal architect, despite his youth and professional novelty.
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Moshe Safdie conceptualized Habitat 67 for his master-level academic thesis at McGill University. A former thesis advisor advised Safdie to develop Habitat's master plan for the world fair of Expo 67 at Montreal. Thus, Safdie modified his planning and contemplated his thesis for pavilion...

From Motera to the Narendra Modi Stadium.

From Motera to the Narendra Modi Stadium.
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Cricket in India is an emotion that unites distant generations with each other. In India, the fusion of sports and architecture embraced scales by welcoming the largest cricket stadium, the Narendra Modi stadium, at Motera in Ahmedabad. The President of India, Ram Nath Kovind,...

The Aqua tower , dynamic and bracketed, by Studio Gang.

The Aqua tower cover page
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Designed by Studio Gang, the Aqua tower clambers up over 82 stories or 876 feet and nurtures a community on its raw facade. Though it combines multi fold functions of hotels, offices, rental apartments, condominiums, and parking, it boosts interactions between the people and...

Sensory garden design – Architecture for the specially-abled

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Every garden prompts the sensory organs in one way or the other. Not only do plants use senses uniquely, but also do they boost the moods of an individual. Furthermore, sensory gardens provide the daily dose of Vitamin D, encourage interaction and promote repetitive...

Ancient Civilizations – The factors that shaped our pristine cities.

Ancient Civilizations
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What is a civilization? Ancient civilizations are woven fabrics of a complex human society with threads of culture and technology. The word civilization comes from a Latin word that translates to a city. Thus, ancient civilizations have an urban character of settlement and do not...

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