An Architects insight into Health care Industry; Dr. Ramesh

The healthcare industry (also called the medical industry or health economy) is an aggregation and integration of sectors within the economic system that provides goods and services to treat patients with curative, preventive, rehabilitative, and palliative care. Health + Wellness in the built environment became clear that additional focus on a collaborative approach to programming, ...
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Healthcare Facilities Programming & Planning Process; Ar. Martin Fiset

Based on numerous factors, among them demography, a growing middle class and the introduction of healthcare insurance, the need for new healthcare facilities in India will continue to increase both in the public and private sectors.  Administrators and investors are often at a loss on how to proceed ...
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Art, colour, spatial quality and ambience in healthcare; Ar. Anjani Gupta

Designing of environment for healthcare facilities is a great challenge for an architect.  S/he needs to address the major issues like ambience, atmosphere – both indoor and outdoor, socio-psychological and behavioural issues of patients in a humane way taking into consideration the rapidly advancing medical technology and science ...
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Healthcare infrastructure planning; Ar. M. Kaushal

The design configuration initiates from a service profile, which is required to freeze the facility module.  The basic list of facilities should be defined to contain all permissible medical and non-medical departments.  This may require the involvement of a doctor/medical expert and a bio-medical engineer for a clear ...
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Planning grid in hospitals; Ar. Tejas Shah

Hospitals come in all shapes and sizes.  This diversity is meant to accommodate the flexibility and informal state of human life, where most of the times cues are taken from Nature to build the right form. As for hospitals, four areas which are often dealt with in their ...
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Modern techniques used In Restaurant Lighting; Dillraj L Bhatia

‘Earlier lighting only meant putting up a bulband there was no scope of choice. But nowadays, you have an access to a wide range of creative lighting solutions and designer lights in all kinds of materials, shapes, and sizes to add drama to a space or provide a ...
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The NONoffice Office, a disruptive approach to the design of New working environments

21st DMI: Academic Design Management Conference Next Wave, London, UK, 1-2 August, 2018 The NONoffice Office, a disruptive approach to the design of New working environments. Comprehensive Perspectives in context with Time, Space and People by David Stokes and Dr. Ramesh 3DNova studio, Hyderabad ABSTRACT This proposal adapts academic insight ...
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‘Affordable housing at affordable price’, Ar. Sushanth Mehta

2017 World Habitat day in India focused on the present policies that govern affordable housing in urban cities – like Delhi and Mumbai, the teeming metropolises where affordable housing is at a premium. Special attention was then paid to unplanned open spaces – spaces which usually gets occupied ...
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‘Affordable housing is the need of the hour’; Ar. Shashirekha

How to tackle housing crisis – an architect’s vision; Ar. Shashirekha, Chief Architect, Space Studio Chennai ‘Home is where the heart is’; at the heart of housing lays the signs of a society that is fair, sustainable therefore stable. Housing is a basic necessity for human habitation. A ...
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Why water is essential for a sustainable future, Anup Kumar Tripathi

‘Public private civil society should come forward to use water sustainable plumbing products and instruments which may reduce wastage of water, encourage the usages of recycle waters for sanitation and gardening and use low-water consumption plumbing fixtures and water closets’, says Anup Kumar Tripathi, Country Head, Sloan India ...
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