Tag Archives: Architecture

You don’t transform a city by abandoning the past

Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen has said of India that there are some places resembling Sub Saharan Africa and others California. Bangalore is one of the places he had in mind. Home of major Multi Nationals and leading Indian Corporations like … Continue reading

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Architecture and the transformational agenda

This Blog has focussed the need to move beyond mainstream logistics and supply chain thinking relevant to the developed world and respond to a quite different context in emerging, developing and devastated markets – Transformational Logistics. Increasingly, we see this … Continue reading

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Another kind of city …

On Sunday13th August 1961 the lights went out at the Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate. Within days a Wall 43 kms was erected that cut into the flesh of a living City and divided it until the heady collapse of 1989. Since then, … Continue reading

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More on Sponsor a Supply Chain: Affordable housing

There has been a fantastic response to the Sponsor a Supply Chain idea. Several people in the UK see this as a viable option for some of those industries that are suffering sudden decline in demand to grow viable business … Continue reading

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