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Talk - Architecture and Society Series:Restoring urban water bodies by natural means
India Architecture News - Sep 27, 2019 - 12:55 1220 views
Talk - Architecture and Society Series. 50th Edition: Restoring urban water bodies by natural means: Tarun Sebastian Nanda [EVOLVE] and his experiences
Venue: Amaltas Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Timings: September 30, 2019 - 7 PM onwards
GREHA in collaboration with Epistle Communications along with Chair: M. N. Ashish Ganju, architect & teacher invites you to be a part of the 50th Edition of its "Architecture and Society" series talk pondering upon the issues related to water conservation at an urban level by natural means.
The orator for the 50th Edition of “Architecture and Society” talk series is Tarun Sebastian Nanda, a British Dutch Indian ecological engineer who relocated to India from England and has been engaged in the field of environmental engineering for the last six years.
Tarun S. Nanda is a consultant for several wetland projects constructed as well as floating. He is an efficient fabricator of LED light fixtures out of natural materials like bamboo, encouraging the use of solar PV.With a goal to enhance the water bodies of Delhi, rejuvenating them, Tarun has started an initiative “Adopt an Island” and the talk will display the nuances of his journey familiarizing with his ideas and science behind the floating wetlands.
Communications Partner: Epistle Communications
About "Architecture and Society" Talk Series
GREHA in collaboration with Epistle Communications conducts a series of monthly forum at the India Habitat Center inviting architects, urban practitioners, academicians and research scholars from the entire community to talk about their work with intent enhance the future of built environment in India.
GREHA is a society for research on environmental development, habitat design and architecture.Focusing in the growth in the field of environment, the organisation puts in efforts to address sensitive and concerning issues of urban development.This led the members to work towards uplifting the Indian society and establishing a school of habitat studies. GREHA seeks to promote the cause of good design.in collaboration with Epistle Communications, their communications & outreach partner.
About Epistle Communications
Epistle is a communication consultancy providing bespoke, strategic consulting services for architecture, design, planning and allied disciplines.