Vastu Shastra is an ancient Indian ‘Architectural Science’ that lays down rules for the design and construction of buildings. Vastu Shastra takes into account the factors influencing a site and instructs how to bring about harmony between man, nature and his built environment. As an Architect practising in India, I have realised that Vastu Shastra is not a superstition and is quite similar to the Architectural science that I was trained in. Both these sciences take into account the local, surrounding climate to create pleasant and airy spaces in which one can spend a substantial amount of time without feeling uncomfortable . Here, I have explained how you can benefit from Vastu Shastra by using the Vastu guidelines scientifically, in the design and construction of a building or ‘Vastu….
Vastu Shastra Explained By An Architect
Everyone knows that an architect is a person who plans, designs, and oversees the construction of buildings. But many people are unaware of the exact services rendered by an Architect and what to expect. For example, why should an architect be involved in your project? How many times can he be expected to visit the site? How do you know if he is qualified to practise and whether he is registered with the Council of Architecture? What are his professional fees and scale of charges? etc. Here, an Architect describes the job of an Architect…….
Residential Interior design is the art of designing and enhancing the interiors of a home to achieve a healthier and aesthetically pleasing environment. The interior designer may work on the project from the initial planning stage or may work on the re-modelling of an existing structure. As this type of design is very specific to individual needs, it is often a very involved process that takes months to fine tune and create a space with the vision of the client. An Architect explains the process of designing the interiors of a home and ……..
Building construction is the process of preparing for and constructing ‘buildings’. Construction starts with planning, design and financing and continues until the structure is ready for occupancy. Far from being a single activity, construction involves human multitasking such as designing by an architect, managing by a project manager and supervising by a contractor. An Architect explains how the successful execution of a project is achieved……