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Healthy spaces

Healthy spaces

Obesity is one of the major problems plaguing the world today, causing severe health damages to those affected. On this World Obesity day, we at Shilpa highlight the importance of being in spaces which ensure good health and fitness. We worked on a site with an uneven landscape where the highest level was 63m and the lowest,..
Forget mansions, modest homes needed amid land pressures

Forget mansions, modest homes needed amid land pressures

PLACE (Property,Lands,Access,Connections and Empowerment) is a platform produced by Thomson Reuters Foundation which covers issues and opinions related to  complex social, economic and political effects of inadequate land rights – from environmental sustainability and food insecurity to the potential for conflict and war. In their recent edition, Ms. Sheila Sriprakash, our Founder and Chief Architect expressed..
Light up!

Light up!

  An article on the importance of the right balance of lighting in homes written by our head of Interior Design, Vaebhav Udhayayan, was featured recently in the Times of India. Vaebhav’s work is dominated by Interior Design & Turn-key project execution for key clients in India & Abroad. His portfolio includes work for Retail,..
Energy Efficiency at Shilpa

Energy Efficiency at Shilpa

ACE update (Architecture, Construction and Engineering) is a monthly magazine covering news and analysis on construction and infrastructure sectors. It offers latest update and detailed analysis of information with regards to the architectural update, infrastructure development, construction activities, real estate update, construction equipment, project financing etc. In the October 2017 issue on energy efficient and..
ECOLOGIC: Don’t panic, it’s just organic!

ECOLOGIC: Don’t panic, it’s just organic!

16 Sep 2017, New Indian Express: ECOLOGIC- Pavitra Sriprakash, the Chief Designer and Director of Shilpa Architects writes and organic and healthier lifestyle. Don’t panic, it’s just organic! An organic life has a stereotype — hippies growing their own food, mostly vegan and living in simple ‘earthy’ homes. While this could be the utopian organic..