ISOLA Delhi NCR

 

The Delhi Chapter of ISOLA encompasses the Northern States of India and currently has 140 members. The purpose and passion of this Chapter is to work for the advancement of the landscape profession as an instrument of service in the public welfare through various means; advocacy, education, communication, and fellowship.

The Chapter holds many events throughout the year that provide education and networking opportunities between members and also with allied professionals; offering every member an opportunity to participate and engage with the activities of the Chapter.

Formed In: 2010
Number of Members: 144
Present Term: 2016-2018
Next Election: March 2018


News & Current Events

Walk Series Spring 2018

ISOLA  Delhi NCR Chapter warmly invites all members to it’s Walk Series for the spring of 2018. 

3rd February, 2018
Red Fort Walk led by Dr. Priyaleen Singh

24th February, 2018
Aravalli Bio Diversity Park led by Vijay Dhasmana

17th February, 2018
Sundar Nursery Walk led by Ratish Nanda with Padmavati Dwivedi

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ISOLA Delhi Ncr 1st Idea Design Competition 2017

ISOLA Delhi Chapter is happy to announce its first IDEA DESIGN COMPETITION for students and graduate Isola members on a live site in collaboration with Delhi Development Authority , supported by Mosaico Corporation. 

The competition invites students to put forth their interpretations for the landscape design of an upcoming Transit Hub in Sector 9, Dwarka, Delhi. It is an attempt to understand how landscape design can help reclaim this city for people and how one can look at transit spaces beyond their role as movement corridors.

The challenge for participants is to re-examine this fragmented urban landscape and consider it instead as a resource, bringing creative and open interpretations to it so that it becomes a nodal hub, a destination for its users and visitors. We invite teams to share their vision for how such public spaces can be more strongly linked (both physically and in the perceptions of the users) with their neighboring communities and their existing natural and cultural resources.

TIMELINES

October 14, 2017: Competition announced on ISOLA website
November 30, 2017: Last date for competition related enquiries
December 7, 2017: Clarifications on ISOLA website
February 5, 2018: Extended Last Date of Submission of Entries
Date of Jury – To be announced soon
Announcement of Results – To be announced soon

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