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About Strawcture

About Strawcture?

Why Urban?

The level of urbanization is expected to reach 50 per cent population mark in the next 3-4 decades.  Which means there will be a tremendous demand for housing, schools and other basic infrastructure facilities. The Govt of India 100 Smart cities program will provide a similar push.

In Cities Strawcture Eco is looking to parnter with developers and Government entities  for Mass Housing projects, Institutional construction , Partition installation, Farm Houses and Eco-Resorts construction to provide a faster, sustainable and cost effective solution to the growing demand.

Why rural?

In rural India, there is a tradition of self-building and no professional organization exist in the market to provide handholding in terms of better design and building material to communities.

Strawcture Eco is partnering with Foundations, NGOs, Trust, Govt Bodies and CSR Initiatives to deliver quality Rural Homes, Child Care centres, Primary Health Care centres, Schools, with the design that are built with community participation.

The rural model will create a new benchmark as to serving rural needs, building for marginal communities with a focus on thermal comfort.

OUR TEAM

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Nimisha Agrawal

Creative Partner

Nimisha is an architect with 12+ years of standing and industry experience. She has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry (Architect Hafeez Contractor, Arcop, KGD, L&T) before setting up Studio 11d.
Nimisha holds extensive experience in designing bespoke residences, Airport Terminals, Housing Complexes, and Institutions. All her projects are green-rated and are designed keeping the sustainable practices intact.

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Shriti Pandey

Founder

In 2016, she quit her job in New York City to live for an entire year in a tribal village called Pandhana in Madhya Pradesh, India. Living in the village made her learn that she shouldn't be ashamed of the privilege of getting the best education & opportunities.
She decided to use her construction knowledge and experience of working in Big Apple to increase the access to quality housing for all.

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Our Mission

We believe the waste of one industry can be an asset for another. We want to build an enterprise that has a circular business model in the construction sector.

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Our Approach

Our approach is to have a multi-dimensional solution to increase access to owning a home for a family living in a village.

We believe the waste of one industry can be an asset for another. We want to build an enterprise that has a circular business model in the construction sector.

Supporting Partners

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We work closely with you and carry out research to understand your needs and wishes.