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Cleo County : Lavish housing project in Noida

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Inspired by Egyptian architectural theme, Cleo County combines the beauty of the legendary queen Cleopatra and rich build heritage of ancient Egypt. The project is lavishly spread over 25 acres which aims at providing resort style living to the people with a host of world-class amenities to enjoy !

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No culture has left its influence on the world more than the Egyptian culture. Its past can be traced to the Great Egyptian Civilisation. As the time passed it grew both in size and wealth under the stewardship of its ambitious Pharaohs. One of the areas they left their mark was architecture. Cleo County seeks its inspiration from the rich built heritage ofancient Egypt. The project itself has been named after one of the most beautiful woman of the time, the name that still stirs passion, Cleopatra. Cleo County combines the beauty of the legendry Queen and blends it with the Egyptian architectural theme. As an architect the challenge was to blend ancient with the modern—to synergise seamlessly the Egyptian theme with contemporary lifestyle, while imparting the entire development with an international aesthetic. Christopher John Shugg Architect Surbana – Singapore The central idea behind the master plan is amalgamated integration. To achieve this we delved into our architectural roots and taking cue from there, we planned the complex as a blend of 3 courtyards with ample natural light and ventilation.

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Green, the colour of serenity, of life, of hope and happiness, exactly the epithets ABA Corp. stands for. We are committed to create a future that is filled with abundance and in building homes that innovatively combine environment-friendly lifestyle with latest technologies. In the process we have not only revolutionized real estate and redefined benchmarks but havealso built abodes, which fill the entire being with bliss. Committed to new concepts, new designs and new surroundings, we are proud to be one of the few names in the world of realty that is been blessed with repeat customers who continue to inspire us with their awe and respect.

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The new biodegradable material was designed specifically for use with 3D printers. Developed in partnership between expert companies, the material is made from plant starches and reportedly combines the best characteristics of bio-based and oil-based materials.

Plant-based plastics for 3D printing are easier to process than oil-based plastics, according to company. They are also food safe and odor free, but run slower than their oil-based counterparts on 3D printing systems. Oil-based plastics, on the other hand, have a higher softening point than bio-based plastics and create flexible parts that bend before they break. And, as mentioned, these filaments also run at higher speeds.

Director, says, “The future of bioplastics lies in demonstrating that plant-based materials can outperform their traditional, oil-based counterparts. it also happens to be made from natural, renewable resources.”

The new material extrudes at nozzle temperatures from 356 to 437 deg F (180 to 225 deg C) at a print speed of 80 to 100mm. The company recommends a nozzle diameter of 0.4mm.

 

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Many packagers have been using 3D printing in their packaging R&D departments for testing and creating prototypes. These operations typically use oil-based plastics such as ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene). But the market is out there, and possibly growing, for bio-based materials for 3D printing—and not just for testing or prototypes. One enterprising entrepreneur is actually using 3D printers to manufacture her own biodegradable jars, albeit in small quantities.

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14 of the world’s most inspiring new interior-design projects

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1. OHWOW Book Club by Rafael de Cárdenas / Architecture at Large
This beautiful book shop and gallery in New York was selected by Nacho Alegre, co-founder of Apartamento the ‘everyday life interiors magazine’
It forms part of ROOM, which features 100 inspired interior-design projects from around the world chosen by 10 renowned interior-design critics, practitioners and curators.
The 100 designs featured in ROOM were all constructed in the last five years and each space covers over four pages, fully illustrated with photograph, renders and drawings as well as an exclusive and insightful text by the selecting critic, explaining why each indiviual project has had a profound effect on the course of contemporary interior design.

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2. Beauty & Essex by AvroKO
AvroKO used the bric-a-brac aesthetic of New York’s Lower East Side as inspiration for this restaurant in the old Katz & Sons furniture storefront. The restaurant and bar in New York was selected as one of the world’s most exciting new interiors projects by Michael Boodro, editor-in-chief of Elle Decor.
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3. Patrick Blanc House by Patrick Blanc
This residential space in Paris, which features a vertical garden, was selected by Ko Matsubara, editor of Casa Brutus.
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4.House of Dust by Antonino Cardillo
Residential, Rome, selected by Nacho Alegre
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5. Orthodontics by Contemporary Architecture Practice
Clinic, Tokyo, selected by Robert Thiemann, editor-in-chief of Frame magazine, co-founder of @Framepublishers
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6. Modern Art Oxford – The Yard Gallery by dRMM
Museum, Oxford, selected by Tony Chambers, editor-in-chief of Wallpaper magazine
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7. Liyuan Library by Li Xiaodong Atelier
Library, Liyuan, China, selected by Aric Chen, curator of design and architecture for the new M+ museum for visual culture in Hong Kong
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8. Pakta by El Equipo Creativo
Restaurant, Barcelona, selected by Frederico Duarte, a design critic and curator based in Lisbon, who consulted on the Design: Portugal collection produced by the Museum of Modern Art186 6 Hostem & The Chalk Room.jpg
9. Hostem & The Chalk Room by JAMESPLUMB
Retail, London, selected by London-based restauranteur Alan Yau
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10. MD.net Clinic by Nendo
Clinic, Tokyo, selected by Tony Chambers 274 3 Rain Room.jpg
11. Rain Room by Random International
Installation, London, selected by interactive designer Miles Kemp, founder of Los Angeles-based Variate Labs
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12. Cardboard Cathedral by Shigeru Ban
Cathedral, Christchurch, New Zealand, selected by Ko Matsubara
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13. Evernote by Studio O+A
Office, Redwood City, California, selected by Jon Otis, owner of OlA – Object Agency 396-7 2 Ozone.jpg
14. Ozone by Wonderwall
Restaurant, Hong Kong, selected by Robert Thiemann
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15. The Boathouse by Alex Cochrane Architects
Residential, Berkshire, selected by Alan Yau
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New businesses build their private solar plants

 

A woman prays in front of a Compact Fluorescent Lamp powered by solar energy in her house on the outskirts of Ahmedabad

 

Fed up with constant electricity cuts and government-enforced “power holidays”, Indian IT firm ValueLabs has turned to the sun beaming down on its head office for help.

In July, it finished building a 13 megawatt solar plant – enough to power 6,000 homes – to keep the lights on and computers humming for more than 3,000 employees at its base in Hyderabad.

It is even selling surplus electricity back to the grid.

“We plan to use the entire quantum of power generated from these plants in the coming years for our existing and upcoming campus,” said Krishna Reddy, a senior ValueLabs executive.

Factories and businesses have installed over 30 MW of rooftop solar panels in the last year, data compiled by New Delhi-based consultancy Bridge To India shows. That is a small amount compared with India’s solar capacity of 2,700 MW, but demand may accelerate under Prime Minister Narendra Modi who has made renewable energy a priority.

Bridge to India forecasts compound annual growth will hit more than 60 percent in the next five years, as falling panel prices make installations more alluring.

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In a sign that even big business is warming up to alternative energy sources, India’s second-largest IT exporter Infosys is building a 50 MW solar plant in Karnataka to meet 30 percent of the company’s power needs.

Bridge To India estimates that commercial rooftop and smaller utility plants have the potential to provide up to 83,000 MW of solar energy, more than half of India’s potential solar capacity out to 2024.

“With the new government coming in, we see a clear intent to further increase allocation of solar in the energy mix,” said Sujoy Ghosh, India head of U.S.-based First Solar (FSLR.O).

Along with SunEdison (SUNE.N), First Solar is among foreign panel suppliers expecting to profit from rising demand in India.

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The new government is hoping to ramp up renewable energy, and wean the country off of a dependence on coal and oil and fulfil Modi’s election pledge of bringing power to all.

While India’s overall installed capacity has risen 20 percent in the past three years and peak-hour shortfalls have eased, not enough power reaches end-users due to rickety transmission lines, and when it does, supply is often fickle.

Many southern states, where ValueLabs and Infosys are based, enforce power cuts to keep a check on demand. Across the country, businesses are forced to buy costly back-up generators in case of outages.

States in the arid north and west are building big solar plants at the fastest pace, though smaller commercial projects are cropping up across India, where nearly all states enjoy year-round sunshine, analysts say.

COST HURDLES

But, as for many in growth economies looking for ways to cut back on oil imports, costs are high on the whole and even early adopters say solar is only part of the answer.

ValueLabs spent 1 billion rupees ($16.3 million), which it expects to make back in eight years. It is keeping its back-up generators.

The Kanpur-based Indian Institute of Technology is installing rooftop solar panels. Yet some 70 percent of its energy will still come from conventional sources.

Despite Modi’s plans to target up to 100,000 MW of solar generation by 2022, far more than an existing 20,000 MW target, India remains heavily reliant on conventional thermal energy.

Today, solar power generation accounts for about 1 percent of installed energy capacity and a fraction of the 26,000 MW China can produce.

For now, individual companies say it is falling panel prices and government subsidies that have made solar more appealing.

Infosys says its own solar-generated power will cost it less than the 6.15 rupees per unit it pays for electricity from the grid, even after factoring in depreciation expenses. It did not say how much lower the costs were.

“The economics of doing this has improved. If you can get solar at a reasonable efficiency level…then it makes sense to have it as a main power source and have the grid as a backup,” said Kalpana Jain, a senior director at Deloitte India.

More broadly, securing stable demand is also not easy – a pitfall illustrated in China’s huge solar market, where insufficient subsidies and poor infrastructure mean demand has not kept pace with supply.

India’s electricity distribution companies, which are ordered by politicians to keep prices low, have little incentive to buy renewable energy – roughly 15 percent pricier than thermal – because they cannot pass this on to consumers.

But for companies, choosing solar is still better than the alternative.

“We want to ensure we are free from power disruptions in the future,” said ValueLabs’ Reddy.

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Source : http://in.reuters.com/article/2014/11/03/india-solar-idINKBN0IN22420141103

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Private equity investment in realty sector jumps over two-fold to Rs 8900 crore

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Private equity investment in the real estate sector jumped more than two-fold to Rs 8,900 crore till September this year as developers were forced to raise funds from PE firms to meet their capital requirements.

“This year alone PE funds have invested close to INR 89 billion (USD 1.5 billion) in the real estate sector until September 2014, more than double the amount invested during the corresponding period in 2013 (INR 42.7 billion/USD 0.7 billion),” C&W said in a report.

PE investments in the realty sector during the first three quarters of 2014 have surpassed the total investment levels for 2013 by 21 per cent, it added.

“This substantial increase in investments has been predominantly in under construction residential projects followed by acquisitions of leased office assets,” the report said.

Total number of deals also increased to 46 in the first three quarters of 2014 compared to 40 in the whole of 2013.

“Post the global economic slowdown in 2008, the RBI had discouraged banks from providing capital to the real estate sector. This led to an increase in cost of capital for developers borrowing from other lending sources, which was quite high and availability for which was limited.

“To meet capital requirements, developers are increasingly partnering with PE funds,” C&W said.

The consultant said that investment activity, which was vibrant in the first two quarters of 2014, gained further momentum in the third quarter.

“Investments worth INR 49 billion (USD 0.8 billion) were committed during the third quarter. While domestic funds contributed majorly (57 per cent) to the overall investments in 2013, foreign funds dominated in the first three quarters of 2014 with a 69 per cent share in overall PE investments,” the report said.

In terms of locations, Delhi-NCR, Mumbai and Chennai witnessed increased investments from PE funds during the first three quarters of 2014, with an increase in both transaction volume and number of deals from the corresponding period last year. Investment levels in Bengaluru remained stable while it declined in Pune.

About 41 per cent (INR 36.7 billion/USD 0.6 billion) of the total investments during the first three quarters of 2014 was witnessed in Delhi-NCR, which is an increase of close to 6 times compared to the first three quarters of 2013. In NCR, the PE investments were primarily in leased office assets.

By asset-class, office sector attracted highest PE investments at Rs 4,420 crore. Residential sectorwitnessed investments of close to Rs 4,180 crore while retail sector saw PE investments of Rs 300 crore.

Investor interest in the hospitality sector remained low with no investments in the segment recorded till September 2014.

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Source : http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2014-11-02/news/55682565_1_pe-investments-pe-funds-realty-sector

Private equity investment in realty sector jumps over two-fold to Rs 8900 crore

Private equity investment in the real estate sector jumped more than two-fold to Rs 8,900 crore till September this year as developers were forced to raise funds from PE firms to meet their capital requirements, property consultant Cushman & Wakefield said.

“This year alone PE funds have invested close to INR 89 billion (USD 1.5 billion) in the real estate sector until September 2014, more than double the amount invested during the corresponding period in 2013 (INR 42.7 billion/USD 0.7 billion),” C&W said in a report.

PE investments in the realty sector during the first three quarters of 2014 have surpassed the total investment levels for 2013 by 21 per cent, it added.

“This substantial increase in investments has been predominantly in under construction residential projects followed by acquisitions of leased office assets,” the report said.

Total number of deals also increased to 46 in the first three quarters of 2014 compared to 40 in the whole of 2013.

“Post the global economic slowdown in 2008, the RBI had discouraged banks from providing capital to the real estate sector. This led to an increase in cost of capital for developers borrowing from other lending sources, which was quite high and availability for which was limited.

“To meet capital requirements, developers are increasingly partnering with PE funds,” C&W said.

The consultant said that investment activity, which was vibrant in the first two quarters of 2014, gained further momentum in the third quarter.

“Investments worth INR 49 billion (USD 0.8 billion) were committed during the third quarter. While domestic funds contributed majorly (57 per cent) to the overall investments in 2013, foreign funds dominated in the first three quarters of 2014 with a 69 per cent share in overall PE investments,” the report said.

In terms of locations, Delhi-NCR, Mumbai and Chennai witnessed increased investments from PE funds during the first three quarters of 2014, with an increase in both transaction volume and number of deals from the corresponding period last year. Investment levels in Bengaluru remained stable while it declined in Pune.

About 41 per cent (INR 36.7 billion/USD 0.6 billion) of the total investments during the first three quarters of 2014 was witnessed in Delhi-NCR, which is an increase of close to 6 times compared to the first three quarters of 2013. In NCR, the PE investments were primarily in leased office assets.

By asset-class, office sector attracted highest PE investments at Rs 4,420 crore. Residential sectorwitnessed investments of close to Rs 4,180 crore while retail sector saw PE investments of Rs 300 crore.

Investor interest in the hospitality sector remained low with no investments in the segment recorded till September 2014.