Architecture Reconnect Summit unveils cutting-edge technologies

February 7, 2024 Events0

Renowned Architects Explore Future of Architecture, Building Materials and Design

The future of housing design – Architecture Reconnect Summit in Ranchi unveils ground-breaking technologies for architects and designers.

Jharkhand’s capital city witnessed a ground-breaking event on December 14, 2023 – the Architecture Reconnect Summit at Radisson Blu Hotel Ranchi. The summit brought together architects not only from the city and the rest of the state but also from neighbouring states as well.

The focus of the summit was on integrating cutting-edge technology, especially earthquakeproof advancements, into modern architecture. Arman Khan, the organiser of the event, emphasized that the summit served as a pivotal platform for architects, delving into the realms of architecture, building materials, innovation, and design in India.

Beyond showcasing opportunities, it aimed to foster knowledge exchange in the architecture community.

Architecture Reconnect Summit unveils cutting-edge technologies
The conference comprised three engaging panel discussions featuring about a dozen esteemed architects.

They shared insights and updates on the latest technologies shaping the architecture landscape.

Dedicating the summit to Architecture and Interiors, the discussions covered a broad spectrum – from technological advancements and parametric design to green building practices and the re-use of existing structures.

The event was orchestrated by renowned architects such as JP Aggarwal, Sunil Maniramka, Rahul Sarin, Zia Ur Rehman, Nikhil Shukla, Pranjal Kumar, Vijay Lawana, Amit Pandey, Ram Pratap Singh, and Pankaj Sultania.

Architecture Reconnect Summit unveils cutting-edge technologies
Arman Khan expressed his enthusiasm, revealing that the Architecture Reconnect Summit had successfully been organised in 17 states across India, including major cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Kochi, Chandigarh, Ludhiana, and Guwahati.

Furthermore, plans are in place to extend the summit’s reach to Jammu and Kashmir, as well as across Asian and Middle Eastern countries like Dubai, Nepal, and Bangladesh.

The success of the summit was not just due to the distinguished architects but also the dedicated team of associate stage anchors, including Madhukar Malhotra, Ajit Singh, Ashish Sharma, Shabnam Syed, Muskaan Garg, Amina, Ankit, Anjali, Satakshi, Parth, Sanyam, Hitesh, Salman, and Raju Bohra, who played crucial roles in ensuring the program’s success.

The summit’s impact resonates as it paves the way for the future of architectural innovation and collaboration.