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5 SEN BUILT versus UNBUILT Source: Environment and energy sustainability: An approach for India, McKinsey & Company

6 SEN BUILT versus UNBUILT Source: Environment and energy sustainability: An approach for India, McKinsey & Company

7 SEN BUILT versus UNBUILT Source: Environment and energy sustainability: An approach for India, McKinsey & Company

8 INDIA – THE NEW CONSTRUCTION HAVEN India is now the 3 rd largest construction sector in the world There has been an explosive growth in construction since It is expected to multiply 2 folds by 2030 with maximum growth in residential sector. Area in million square feet Source: Environmental Design Solutions Pvt Ltd

9 World CO2 Emissions Source: International Energy Agency

10 Cement and Steel - Contribution to Embodied Energy and CO2 Emissions Source: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

11 A 1000 sq.ft CONVENTIAL HOUSE RCC frames structure + Brick infill + Concrete Slab THE ROOF Cement Consumption 60 bags!!

12 A 1000 sq.ft CONVENTIAL HOUSE RCC frames structure + Brick infill + Concrete Slab 1500 kg!! THE ROOF Steel Consumption

13 A 1000 sq.ft CONVENTIAL HOUSE RCC frames structure + Brick infill + Concrete Slab 80 BAGS!! THE SUPERSTRUCTURE Cement Consumption

14 A 1000 sq.ft CONVENTIAL HOUSE RCC frames structure + Brick infill + Concrete Slab 2000 Kg!! THE SUPERSTRUCTURE Steel Consumption

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16 A 1000 sq.ft HOUSE – With Material X THE ROOF Cement Consumption 8 bags

17 A 1000 sq.ft HOUSE – With Material X THE ROOF Steel Consumption 0 kg

18 A 1000 sq.ft HOUSE – With Material X THE SUPERSTRUCTURE Cement Consumption 50 bags

19 A 1000 sq.ft HOUSE – With THE SUPERSTRUCTURE Steel Consumption 600 Kg Material X

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21 TIME CONSUMING HIGH MAINTAINENCE TERMITE ATTACKS NON RESISTANCE TO HEAVY RAINS SKILL DEVELOPMENT AWARENESS INNOVATION BLIND COMPLIANCE TO THE LATEST TRENDS REVIVAL OPTIMIZATION CHANGING TRENDS LOSS OF SKILL

22 COMPRESSED STABILISED MUD BLOCKS CSEB are a mix of soil, sand and 5% of cement. They are compressed manually. So they don’t require energy. They are not fired! They are used for masonry of walls and columns, as any conventional brick. They can also be used for building arches, vaults and domes. They have been used up to 4 floors (load bearing walls).

23 COMPRESSED STABILISED MUD BLOCKS

24 SCHOOL IN BURKINA FASO, AFRICA ARCHITECT : Francis Kere

25 SCHOOL IN BURKINA FASO, AFRICA ARCHITECT : Francis Kere

26 SCHOOL IN BURKINA FASO, AFRICA ARCHITECT : Francis Kere

27 APARTMENT IN AUROVILLE, INDIA ARCHITECT : Auroville Earth Institute

28 APARTMENT IN AUROVILLE, INDIA ARCHITECT : Auroville Earth Institute

29 RESIDENCE IN BANGALORE, INDIA ARCHITECT: Chitra Vishwanath

30 RAMMED EARTH 1. Fixing the first panel, adjusting the end shutters. 2. Ramming the second form.

31 RAMMED EARTH 3. Ramming the third form. 4. Removing 1 st shuttering and placing above

32 RAMMED EARTH 5. The finished Rammed Earth wall. Great aesthetic Finish! No Plastering required!

33 RESIDENCE IN AUROVILLE, INDIA

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36 RESIDENCE IN AUSTRALIA

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38 So is Earth Architecture the only solution to a greener future?

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40 OTHER ALTERNATE TECHNOLOGIES – RAT TRAP BOND

41 OTHER ALTERNATE TECHNOLOGIES – FILLER SLAB

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43 OTHER ALTERNATE TECHNOLOGIES – BOTTLE WALLS

44 “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – I took the one less travelled by, And that has made all the difference.” - Robert Frost

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