Aadhan Turns Old Cargo Containers Into Organic Gardens, Mobile Libraries & More

    Green Park, Delhi

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    Aadhan is a social enterprise that recycles old cargo containers to create eco-friendly, mobile infrastructures. From cosy libraries and organic gardens to game rooms and just about anything under the sun, these miracle workers will transform the tiniest of cargo spaces and provide a one-year warranty service too!

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    Founded almost two years ago by Nikhil & Akshat, Aadhan is the only company in India that that refurbishes old cargo containers, undertakes design, fabrication, delivery and even installation of the mobile structures that they create.

    If you have a terrace, a small chunk of land {even if it’s rented, the structures are movable so a great option} or an open compound in your apartment that has been lying wasted for years, you can get a chill party space, an art studio, and can be as creative with it as you want because these guys will customise the perfect facility for you.

    In case you’re wondering why Aadhan is a good choice, you should know that container infrastructure saves 35% more cost than traditional infrastructure, prevents 1.3 tons of steel from being scrapped, saves energy {400kWh}, and requires less time to build as compared to a brick-and-mortar structure {a 320 sq. feet structure can be created in just a week!}.

    So, We're Saying...

    For everything from insulation to wall-paneling, Aadhan works with recycled material like tetra pak and recycled aluminium, so you know that you’re not contributing to industrial waste. This award-winning start-up that has worked with various NGOs and the Ministry of Rural Development to build classrooms and are currently working on building training centres in UP is certainly doing its bit to organise spaces and resources.

    If you’re looking for infrastructure solutions, visit Aadhan’s website here and we’re pretty sure that you’ll be impressed.

    Price range: INR 1,500 – 2,500 per sq. feet.

      Green Park, Delhi