Buildings That Breathe| 8mins
Director: Richa Arora | Producer: TERI
Focus Years: 2006 | Country: India
Most traditional buildings of India were built on sustainable principles because they did not have electricity. Today, many architects are reviving these techniques to reduce the burden on the environment. The film, 'Buildings that Breathe' looks at some of the new breed of architects who epitomize the fresh wave of green architecture. Shot in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and New Delhi, the film looks at the most interesting pieces of green architecture.
Buildings That Breathe | 8mins
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