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  • Dr Nirmal Kishnani is an educator, researcher and consultant. He has been an advocate and expert in Green design in Asia for over 15 years, sitting on several advisory panels in China, Singapore and Vietnam that have shaped projects and policies.

  • The book attempts to identify contemporary Indian urbanism and create new metaphors for our people and the cityscapes they inhabit through architecture and real estate development.

  • The book is a comprehensive guide to rediscover and reinforce basic urban planning principles with a vision to achieve a Smart Urban Future for our Indian Cities.

  • The project features a unique approach to treat waste water of urban drains through natural remediation methods. The extensive proposes alternative suggestions for remediation of Nallah at Sector 106 Gurugram to develop it as an extended public space to the up-coming development (mixed use commercial complex) by Viridian Real Estate Developers.

  • Interpretation Centre is proposed in the existing 2500 acres of Aravalli Biodiversity Park in Gurugram that is one of the most carefully preserved green lungs of Delhi NCR.

  • Future Institute in collaboration with Oerlikon Graziano has undertaken an initiative to improve the connection of the Jasola District Centre and its nearest metro stations, namely Jasola Apollo station on the Violet line and Jasola Vihar station on the Magenta line, for commuters that will enable greater pedestrian access and decongest roads.

  • The study of Old age Homes in India is to identify the potential and typologies of the senior housing and why do we need facilities for the elderly.

  • An integrated and comprehensive strategic action plan is proposed to achieve an inclusive growth for Varanasi over the decades to come.

  • Future Institute offered its advisory consultancy to EMBAQ (the knowledge partners DDA in TOD project) to critically analyse proposed TOD policy and establish energy efficiency performance guidelines for TOD identified regions.

  • The project is an exhaustive research on the emerging landscape of the term ’Affordable housing’ in Indian context and making a case for the role and potential of private enterprise led development ecosystem-based approach to cater to the demand for mass housing in India.

  • Availability of urban land is seen as the biggest constraint in accommodating the future demands. This challenge offers an opportunity to explore and identify integrated tools to channelize the utilisation of this limited yet precious resource in the most judicious manner.