The Hindu, Apr 28 2012: Offering sustainable designs and options – Architect Sheila Sri Prakash has developed the Reciprocal Design Index as part of her role at the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Design Innovation.
New Indian Express, 26 Apr 2012: Expert Talk – As a world renowned Architect, Sheila Sri Prakash has been invited to serve on the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Design Innovation, a 16 member team of international experts in design and innovation, to improvise planning and developments in different states. She has also..
Times of India, 21 Apr 2012: EMERGING BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES The use of cutting-edge building technology such as prefabrication and Fiber-to-the-Home are slowly replacing the existing conventional construction technology. NIDHI ADLAKHA has more on this trend . . . Adopting technologies that lower the overall cost of construction, reduce the time taken to complete a project..
Project Vendor Magazine, Apr 2012: EXPERT SPEAK – For the future of our cities – the new “Green” is “Teal”. Sheila Sri Prakash writes about India having around 570 million people living in cities by 2030 and therefore the urgent need to create better urban living environments.
March 2012: Sheila Sri Prakash, the Chief Architect of Shilpa Architects has been appointed as a Member of the Board of Studies in the Faculty of Architecture & Planning of Anna University, Chennai for a tenure of three years.
DNA Property (Mumbai), 17 March 2012: Sustainability and ‘green’ architecture. Concepts of sustainability and green architecture were deliberated recently during a round table, where Sheila Sri Prakash, Chief Architect and member of the network of global agenda council of WEF, said, “We talk a lot about sustainability but there is a need for holistic approach..
Sun News, 11 Septemper 2011: Sheila Sri Prakash is interviewed by tamil news channel of Sun TV for her views on the future of Architectural education. The live interview covered questions from callers who were interested in pursuing a career in the field of Architecture and Design.
Times of India, 24 March 2012: BACK TO BASICS – With growing environmental consciousness, architects and interior designers in the city are fusing contemporary design aesthetics with an eco-friendly twist.