Organo Naandi has been featured in a film made for Organo as part of “Building a Better Future", a series of films presented by the World Green Building Council and produced by BBC StoryWorks Commercial Productions
WorldGBC recognition at Asia Pacific Network Awards 2018, Singapore
After being felicitated by World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) in 2018 with two prestigious awards for ‘Leadership in Sustainable Design & Performance Award in the residential category’ and the ‘Advancing Net Zero Special Recognition’ as part of WorldGBC’s Asia Pacific Network - Leadership in Green Building Awards, Organo has not only established its credentials but also made the country proud by putting India on the world map. Now, Organo Naandi, has joined the bandwagon of global sustainability leaders in the World Green Building Council series.
Global Director of BBC Programme Partnerships on showcasing the organizations around the world which are successfully unlocking the benefits of sustainable buildings
“We’re delighted to have produced ‘Building A Better Future’, a collective of films exploring the ways in which organisations around the world are successfully unlocking the benefits of sustainable buildings, and what that means for us all. We hope that ‘Building a Better Future’ will serve as an educational tool for industries around the world.” Simon Shelley, Global Director of BBC Programme Partnerships.
The film on Organo delves into all aspects of Naandi and the way of life of the residents in this eco-habitat. Featuring a cross section of people involved in the making of this community, the film captures the challenges of rapid urbanization and Organo’s endeavor to counter it by embracing Rurban culture.
Executive Director of CII – IGBC highlights the impact created by Naandi
Mr Venkatagiri, Executive Director of CII - IGBC, who is also part of this film quoted “Organo Naandi is a shining example of building a project for the entire country. It gives you a lot of hope for the future.” Naandi is also Platinum Certified by CII’s Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) and has won awards for design and performance in India.
The idea of a ‘perfect world’ is unrealistic. Nagesh Battula, founder and managing director, Organo, would agree. Responsible for a Hyderabad-based eco-habitat founded on the core philosophy of Samavriddhi—prosperity for all—Battula believes in blending rural experiences and urban conveniences. This has resulted in their award-winning housing project—Organo Naandi. In this journey....Read More
The Hyderabad-based company is betting on demand growth in self sustainable cities and people wanting to live away from cities after the Covid-19 pandemic.Organo’s founder Nagesh Battula said the company is looking to develop townships but did not confirm the investment figure. “We are currently looking at projects across product types with an order book of .....Read More