Tag: architecture

NAVIGATING MY PLACE IN A NON-PLACE: MILLENIALS AND THEIR URBAN SADNESS

It is 7 pm on a Thursday, the metro train advises you to mind the gap as you make your way into the cramped compartment. The commuters, like you, rush in to...

Japan Unveils Transparent Public Restrooms

Tokyo has unveiled a revolutionary change in public restrooms. The capital city of Japan has shown architectural brilliance by creating transparent public restrooms. These restrooms were set up in two parks in...

The Choluteca Bridge ‘Build to Adapt’ Metaphor

  Instagram worthy, the above image of the Choluteca Bridge, isn't it? Woah, but wait, something does not seem to fit in. Something's wrong. There are a bridge and a river, alright. But, they...
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Unlock 4: Here’s How Schools Shall Be Reopened in Different States

Following the nationwide lockdown since March, schools and colleges which have been shut in the country. This has led to education being completely shifted...

DUTA Strike and The Plight Of Unpaid Teachers

The Delhi University Teachers' Association (DUTA) had announced a 3-day strike against the state government on Wednesday the 16th. The issue with which they...

Delhi Govt. Released Funds Worth ₹32.1 Crore to 6 DU Colleges

The Delhi Government on Tuesday, 22 September 2020 released funds worth ₹32.1 crores for salaries of employees working in six government-funded colleges of Delhi...