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Architecture Discipline’s Principal Architect kicks off this collaborative series with the European archive with a thoughtful exploration of what architecture can do for the human spirit.
Epistle completes a decade as South Asia’s largest communications consultancy for the built environment.
Epistle is all set to work on an intensive PR and strategic communications campaign to support the launch of Woloo, a loo-discovery app developed under IAPMO India’s Startup Sahay initiative with support from the IWSH Foundation.
Our friend and client Sachin Rastogi, Founder of Zero Energy Design Lab, features alongside Aaditya Thackeray, Taapsee Pannu, and Karan Adani in India Today’s special issue on India’s Young Achievers.
Epistle’s PR Director Sana Jhamb shares what works for digital branded content, in conversation with Digital First Magazine.
The online course on architectural writing, mentored by Epistle founder Tanya Khanna and organised by ArchitectureChat, is opening registrations for a new cohort.
For an article in The New Indian Express, Epistle founder Tanya Khanna offers insights on facilitating employee wellness during a pandemic.
Curated by Epistle, ArchitectureChat, and mold Design Studio, this talk series will bring together designers from across the globe such as Prof. Fabian Nauhaus and F+P’s Narinder Singh Sagoo to raise funds for KhalsaAid and Habitat for Humanity.
In a story for Design Dekko, Amrita Khosla, Senior Communications Manager at Epistle, explores how urban planning and design can enable women’s safety and comfort in public spaces.
In a story for Design Dekko, Sharon Sabu, Communications Manager at Epistle, investigates how attitudes towards history and heritage can erode the built environment.
One of the first women from the Indian subcontinent on the panel, Epistle founder Tanya Khanna will focus on the global issue of identity in design in addition to resourcefulness and innovation.
Together with architects Sikka Associates, Epistle created a book on IMS Nagpur, the first public works by National Highway Authority of India to integrate rail, road and metro connectivity. The book was circulated to varied stakeholders including government agencies across India.