Forbes India – “The Ochre House” Nominated for “Best Architecture : Social Impact Projects 2019”
Deccan Herald Changemakers 2019 – Selected as one of the 19 changemakers whose initiatives and innovations, are paving the way for a better tomorrow, across different spheres of work.
Indian Architect & Builder – “Young Designers 2019” awarded for “ADITI Organics Office”.
IN THE NEWS
Bengaluru Architects Return to Their Roots to Build Green Homes For The Future
The Better India | June 2019
In this free-wheeling conversation with The Better India, we discuss Made In Earth’s inception, challenges, what it means to be sustainable, and its vision for the future. What stands out is how this team is living, working, and breathing earth.
Putting Earth On The Map
Pool Magazine Issue #97 | September 2018
Three young architects from India – Shruthi Ramakrishna, Agnimitra Bachi & Ajinkya Unhale, & one urban systems engineer from France – Jeremie Gaudin give expression to their passion for working with natural materials through the Bangalore based Made In Earth Collective.
Not just another brick in the wall : 10 Indian Architects who are building sustainable homes
Earthamag.org | July 2017
There is a breed of Indian architects who are going against the grain and exploring sustainability as a defining feature of their work..Read more.
Building For A Sustainable Future Using Natural Solutions
Is it possible to build on a landscape, take away from it, and yet be able to leave it more beautiful than it was originally? These are the thoughts in my head as my hands, coated with cool, wet earth caress the walls of a cafe while with a slow sway, my body joins in. This is seriously therapeutic business..Read more.
Decorama Magazine | 2015 December
Shruthi Ramakrishna, Co-founder, Made in Earth Collective, an architecture studio based in Bengaluru, writes about the infinite options that natural plasters have to offer.
An Earthy Inclination
Young Turks | Antarya Magazine | 2015 December
For architect, Shruthi Ramakrishna & urban systems engineer, Jeremie Gaudin; given their strong inclination towards earth construction and energy saving techniques, their firm Made In Earth Collective, was a natural outcome!
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