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Ecobuild attracts 60,000 people in UK, Vastu exhibition draws interest
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2 April 2012
Consultants in the field of Maharishi Vastu architecture in the United Kingdom recently participated in the world's leading event in sustainable design, the Ecobuild exhibition in London. Maharishi Vastu has long emphasized the importance of using natural, non-toxic materials and building in a way that is harmonious with the environment.
Henry Brighouse, a great exponent of Vastu architecture in the United Kingdom and a participant in the Ecobuild exhibition, commented on the event.
He remarked that it is one of Britain's biggest building expos of the year and that in 2012, Ecobuild 'attracted over 60,000 visitors, with 1,600 exhibitors with a dazzling array of technological innovations for really tackling the challenges we're seeing for creating a sustainable future'.
The three-day exhibition was held in the ExCel Centre in the Olympic Village in London, a popular venue for such major exhibitions.
'60,000 people passed through the arena to discover what is available for building a sustainable future,' Mr Brighouse said. He went on to give further insight into this growing momentum for positive change:
'It would seem that the drivers of this direction in sustainable solutions to the problems in building are not just commercial opportunism, or even a fear-based reaction to climate change, but a far broader shift in human awareness to a more positive, unified perspective,' he said—pointing out that this in itself is an expression of rising coherence in collective consciousness, resulting from Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's programmes.
'So it's upon this increasingly coherent backdrop that new and forward-looking ideas are taking hold to create a brighter future'—including those of Maharishi Vastu design and construction. The response at Ecobuild was encouraging.
The Vastu display booth featured an exhibit on Vedic Garden Cities. 'This really attracted people's attention,' Mr Brighouse commented, '—the idea of Vedic, which is perhaps a word that not everybody has heard, and garden cities.' The exhibit also showed the layout of an ideal city, and pictures of an actual development, Maharishi Garden Village in the UK. 'The combination of the two pictures created a lot of interest in knowing more, and that drew people into the exhibition.'
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