Smart Cities

In AWE receives Best Sustainability Initiator Of the Year Award @ #Time2Leap Awards

Press Release - GSBS 4th Edition & #Time2Leap Awards 18th July 2019 - GSBS 4th Edition & #Time2Leap Awards Co-Sponsored by Schneider Electric & Co-Organized by PMI – (Pune Deccan Chapter) was attended by the following key speakers and moderators: Sanjay Pathak – Former Commissioner Planning – DDA (Delhi Development Authority) Dhiraj kumar Pandirkar –...

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Article on Book The book was released on 12th July 2017 at Hotel Eros Nehru Place New Delhi, followed by Brain storming session to discuss the Role of Architects/ Planners in creating Indian Sustainable Smart Cities. Moreover, the focus was to emphasize on the importance of physical planning and the leading role of Architects/ Planners in providing healthy cities of...

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J.K. Great Master’s award & Arcasia gold medal to Architect Shirish Beri

Architect Shirish Beri is the receipient of J.K. Great Master’s  award for his adventures in  contemporary Indian architecture during the past four decades.  This award was decided by a jury of earlier winners of this award. It  is awarded to only one senior architect (above 60 years of age) from India and ten nearby countries...

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Strategies for Making Chandigarh a Smart City, Architect Jit Kumar Gupta

Strategies for Making Chandigarh a Smart City                                                                                                     *Ar Jit Kumar Gupta   Abstract : Chandigarh, as one of the most significant urban planning experiment, has emerged as symbol of planned urbanism of the 20th century.  By ushering modern idioms of architecture and planning, city has set new benchmark for excellence in landscape planning, architectural...

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In AWE Second Quarter 2016-Decoding Smart

Discussion on Air Quality, Energy use and Public Health


Resources and construction - urban affordable housing - in awe workshop PDF Presentation          

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