Dynamic Architecture

This video represents the Dynamic Architecture Building designed by David Fisher. The building will keep on changing its shape and will be in constant motion. Moreover, it has a tendency to generate its own electric energy. It’s a total blend of Art, Architecture and Engineering.

Importance of Bye-Laws

The Building Byelaws are defined as the standards & specifications designed to grant minimum safeguards to the workers during construction, to the health & comfort of the users & to provide enough safety to the public in general. The regulation set out the basic requirements to be observed in the of  design and construction of … Continue reading

Burj Khalifa

Here is a short article which discusses about the glasses used in Burj Khalifa for solar and thermal control. http://www.glazette.com/solar-&-thermal-control-glasses-in-burj-khalifa-194.html

Building Bye-laws of Amritsar (Punjab)

These Building bye-laws of Amritsar may be called the Municipal Council (Erection and Re-erection of Building) Bye-laws, 2007. These shall come into force at once. These building Bye-Laws shall apply to the entire area of Municipal Council or to such other areas, as the State Government may extend by notification in the official gazette. Here is a presentation … Continue reading

Drawing of LIFT

I prepared a Working drawing of Lift and its components so i thought to share it with you. Hope it will be of some help. Drawing… Thanks.

Man and Environment

Social considerations have a greater impact on the pattern of development. Location of settlements basically depends upon four factors-: 1. Land Form– these are basically categorized into plain areas and hilly areas. (a) Plain Areas: These areas basically characterized by the moderate temperature and ease of construction. So the population of plain areas is more … Continue reading