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A national Seminar on Design Planning for Sustainable Habitats

Centre for Sustainable Habitat, Human Settlement management Institute and HUDCO have organised a national level seminar on “Design Planning for Sustainable Habitats” on July 15 and 16 2011 at Jacaranda, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.

The Seminar will focus on key issues like,

  • Ecological Design
  • Green township
  • Green Buildings
  • LEED Certification
  • Good Governance
  • Green Construction technologies
  • Planning for barrier free cities
  • Inclusive cities
  • Cultural inclusion

With examples of cases like Magarpatta City in Pune, Greater Hyderabad and Global Studio.

REFER TO THE FOLLOWING BROCHURE FOR MORE DETAILS ON CONTENTS AND THE SPEAKERS.

Design and Planning for Sustainable Habitats - Architecture in India

Design and Planning for Sustainable Habitats - Page 1

 

Design and Planning for Sustainable Habitats - Architecture in India

Design and Planning for Sustainable Habitats - Page 2

 

For registration inquiries, contact:

Seminar Secratariat
Habitat Human Settlement Management Institute (HSMI)
HUDCO House, Lodhi Road,
New Delhi – 110003
Tel:  +91 – 11 – 24308600
Fax: +91 – 11 – 24365292

Email: hsmicsh@gmail.com

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About Rajesh Advani

I am an architect and founder of ArchitectureLive! - www.architecturelive.in, the architecture and design portal from India. I craft websites and do graphic design for living. In addition addicted to photography, traveling and networking with people. Currently I am doing a research on Walkability in Kalkaji, a neighbourhood in New Delhi, India.

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