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Ashok

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About Ashok

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  • Biography
    Montrealer living in NYC.
  • Location
    New York City
  • Interests
    Net-Zero, Low Carbon, Building Design
  • Occupation
    Engineer

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  • Type of dwelling
    Condominium appartement / condominium apartment

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  1. Some photos from last night snow fall. Montreal snow 3 by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr Montreal snow 2 by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr Montreal snow 1 by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr
  2. A few photos I took of the metro. And the first shows the very realness of living in a global pandemic Metro Montreal by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr Metro Montreal by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr Metro Montreal by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr
  3. Quick night picture I snapped.
  4. amazing! Thank you - just wanted to make sure first it was okay.
  5. How do I get my photos featured here? Would love to show them as well, but unsure if it is controlled by MartinMtl Here is my i nstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ashok.thiruna/
  6. And I suppose, I celebrated getting out of quarantine by going to the BIG O. Some photos of the BIG 0. There are a lot more photos on my Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/ashok.thiruna/ 9232020_4 by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr 9232020_1 by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr
  7. I just moved back to Montreal and after my 2 weeks of quarantine, I went out and took some photos. Here are some of them. MTL_9222020_3 by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr montreal_10032020_1_R by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr montreal_9282020_4 by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr Montreal_10092020_4 by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr Montreal_10092020_7 by Asok Thirunavukarasu, on Flickr
  8. I moved back to Montreal - and done my 2 weeks quarantine, so I have been taking some photos.
  9. Amazing because Mississauga - when you are there - still feels like a big suburb but these new projects will truly create a more unique urban identity for the city.
  10. That is a great infill. Clean, modern and good density for the location.
  11. A moment of silence for these two beautiful proposals for Peel Street!
  12. Another bump but Guy-Concordia Metro to Concordia Library/Hall Building has similar issues, almost a year after it was built, there were substantial water leakage/moisture issues. And what is interesting is that the tunnel still has issues and no one was able to fix it. Well their fix is to put these sponges where the leaks occur.
  13. I like to think the biggest urban movement in the 21st century is low carbon or carbon neutral cities. To expand, in the context of climate change, intergovernmental panel on climate change has recommended that we keep temperature rise below 1.5 C. Cities account for 50% of carbon emission globally; buildings account similarly for 40 to 50% carbon emission globally. When we look at urban areas – like Montreal, because of our impressive extensive public transportation, the % of carbon emission from buildings will jump to 70%. Therefore, any plans to address climate change involve pushing for bu
  14. This is such an awesome proposal!
  15. This is not the first time Concordia University is renovating/building for temporary use. The Grey Nun was also designed to be a temporary as a residence until the Department of Art and Science takes over; in this case, I wonder why they don't try to add the structural components to meet zoning allowance for a building which gives them flexibility to design their space. The design itself is great though.
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