Towers and houses works by architects Sanjeev Panjabi and Sangeeta Merchant.

Oct 16, 2019

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Diya in Ahmedabad

Located in Ahmadabad, Mumbai, Ahmadabad, architectures have strategies for reducing extreme heat. Designed by SPASM Architects, an organic plan that is bound to the tallest pillars standing with large thermal mass and wood louvers, the top hanging window with mesh covers keeps mosquitoes out and allows natural cooling. In addition to these measures, sprinklers activate timers to moisten the courtyards, which are planted with ferns, monsteras and other vegetable species. Pre-existing trees and large lawns direct specific positions of the form; the lower level weaves around the existing trees, retain them all 284.

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Exim Tower in Tanzania

Exim Bank (EBT) is a commercial bank in Tanzania, which is the second largest economy in the East African community. The bank is licensed by the Tanzania Bank, which is the country's central bank and national banking regulator. Following the liberalization of the Tanzanian economy, in 1997, EBT was created by a group of Tanzanian business people. It also broke in the first five months of operation. By November 2014, EBT maintains full-fledged banking subsidiaries in Comoros, Djibouti and Uganda.

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Twin Houses in Alibag

SPASM And Mangaldas has paid all the care and efforts he has taken to build the house. "There are no ambiguous antics. Whatever has been done has been done in a proper, relevant and critically manner, Punjabi says how we choose to work. Today it is settled, this house, which is close to Mumbai, It is very far away. It offers an attractive attraction of the country with all the benefits of high design.