#MeTooEarth | Quick Tour of Delhi Based Architect Nilanjan Bhowal Green Home | Surfaces Reporter

Nilanjan Bhowal

Green Architect Nilanjan Bhowal, Design Consortium, takes us on a quick tour of his green home in South Delhi and also share his message for all on World Environment Day as a part of #MeTooEarth campaign with SURFACES REPORTER (SR). Here he talks about the rain water harvesting, passive cooling and more sustainable technogies he has applied in his home. 

About Ar Nilanjan Bhowal:

Nilanjan Bhowal is one of the leading architects of India who believes "Design is nothing but placing habitat in Nature". His passion for Design & Architecture made him open his own firm, “Design Consortium” in 1995 after completing his Masters in Architecture from Catholic University, Belgium, specializing in Human Settlements. His vision is to create spaces that are exhilarating to experience while being functional and eco-friendly at the same time. His firm is involved in designing several Residential, Hospitality and Corporate building projects. He emphasizes on the design element and makes an effort to keep environmental sustainability as the basis of all his architectural creations. His design philosophy is Minimalistic and inspired by Nature.

About SURFACES REPORTER's #MetooEarth Campaign on World Environment Day

As part of our ongoing activities towards promoting environment friendly sustainable initiatives, SURFACES REPORTER has started the #MeTooEarth Campaign showcasing selected entries received from people with innovations, initiatives,  designs, projects, products and activities from around the design world that inspire and take one step forward towards a eco friendly, sustainable future for all. Keep Watching this space..

 

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#MeTooEarth | Projects & Innovations that will inspire you | World Environment Day Campaign by SURFACES REPORTER

Rugs made from Japanese Washi paper yarns | #MeTooEarth | World Environment Day, 5 June, 2021 | SR Sustainable Material

Sustainable Design for Masses|5 days- Satsang Event, Rajkot | Studio 919, Ahmedabad, Gujarat | #MeTooEarth | World Environment Day, 5 June, 2021 | SR Eco project

Organic interior with limited budget| The Rustic Home, Pune | Silhouette Architects & Designers | #MeTooEarth | World Environment Day, 5 June, 2021 | SR Eco project

#MeTooEarth| A building with microclimate| Marwah, Jalandhar | World Environment Day, 5 June, 2021 | SR Eco project

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