Elements Post
Elements Post News Publication – Catering to ‘Architecture & Design’ Community

Elements Post is a publication which aims to become India’s most engaging publication related to the architecture & design industry. The monthly publication hosts a plethora of updates on the happenings in and around the Architecture World including but not limited to the Emergence of futuristic technology in the development of office furniture, Trends in the design world, Industry Trends, Industry Practices, Interviews and thoughts of various industry leaders on various aspects of the industry and much more.

Additionally, the newspaper also invites write-ups from various members of the faculty & students at leading Architecture & Design institutes pan-India. The idea is to highlight the youth’s version of how they perceive the industry, showcase their ideas, and bring out the ‘out of the box’ concepts by the generation next.

To add to the dynamic product delivery through content, Elements Post has also been creating a unique experience for its readers and clients through adding pieces of humour, quizzes and puzzles for its readers. The company plans to establish presence in the multimedia space, with its web version. These initiatives ensure that the key people from the Industry have access to the Elements Post experience at anytime during the day and at anyplace as well.


News – July’2020

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News – June’2020

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News – May’2020

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