Administrative and Industrial Complex for Stonex / Urbanscape Architects

Text description provided by the architects. Stonex India’s administrative and industrial complex serves as an eminent landmark in Kishangarh. Product of simultaneous interactions between dynamic ordering of principles across varying systems and scales, and responses towards the site, the complex succeeds in carving out a niche of its own amidst the industrial landscape. Production: The […]

WHY RAINWATER HARVESTING SHOULD BE IN YOUR WATER MANAGEMENT TOOLKIT

This article originally appeared in Water Quality Products February 2020 issue as “Rain, Rain, Here to Stay” Harvesting rainwater may not solve all of the world’s water problems, but what it can do when combined with a complete water supply strategy is provide an alternative source of freshwater for daily consumption while also relieving some […]

The design hotels pushing towards a more eco-friendly future

It wasn’t too long ago that hotels could collect praise for adopting LED lights and ditching plastic straws. But in this time of climate strikes and carbon offsets, travelers have become more aware – and critical – of the environmental impact made by the hotels they book. With eco-friendly straws and reusable water bottles now […]

OPINION: Tucson’s admirable water conservation efforts

About a year ago, part of the Santa Cruz River had flowing water for the first time in around 80 years. The effects of returning water to a system like the Santa Cruz can greatly benefit riparian wildlife, plants and communities near the water. You may ask, how is it that in such an arid place […]

The Race to Fixing Flint’s Water Crisis

Humans need food and water to survive. Without it, we would die. Though we can go without food for about three weeks but without water humans would live for only three to four days because at least 60 percent of the adult body is made of water. This dependency on drinking water is why the […]