NestAbide completed over 10 projects and 20 research projects inside and outside India. We hope to create an impact on the water sector and building construction sector. We love setting resilient and sustainable examples for the immediate future.
NestAbide focuses on flood resilient technologies, wetlands rejuvenation eco-technologies, and building engineering and skill development programmes through a unique translational perspective.
We are an interdisciplinary team of engineers, architects and designers working for the betterment of 'living' and 'life' conditions of people and the planet. Our mentors are from India, Canada and the Netherlands.
NestAbide is an interdisciplinary consultancy and construction firm focusing on water conservation, flood resilient and flood-resistant eco-technologies including; Amphibious/ floating buildings, low-cost sustainable buildings, and Floating Wetlands Treatment System (FTWS) and Flood Modelling Simulation of Rivers. The firm is based in Thiruvananthapuram, and the office is at Kozha, Kuravilangadu of Kottayam district in Kerala, India.
The NestAbide founders are Er. Nanma Gireesh and Er. Ben K George.
Er. Nanma is a Licenced Civil Engineer under the Kerala Urban Affairs Department, Government of Kerala & also a PhD researcher at TU Delft, Netherlands. Er. Ben is an Electrical Supervisor under the Department of Electrical Inspectorate, Government of Kerala and also a PhD researcher at TU Delft, Netherlands. The firm is registered in the Kerala state, India and is recognised by The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, Startup India and Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM).
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വെള്ളപ്പൊക്കമുണ്ടായാൽ പൊങ്ങിക്കിടക്കുന്ന ആംഫിബിയസ് വീടുകൾ നിർമിച്ച് കേരളത്തിൽ നിന്നുള്ള സ്റ്റാർട്ട സ്റ്റാർട്ടപ്. സ്റ്റാർട്ടപ് മിഷന്റെയും സ്റ്റാർട്ടപ് ഇന്ത്യയുടെയും അംഗീകാരത്തോടെ പ്രവർത്തിക്കുന്ന നെസ്റ്റ് അബൈഡ് എന്ന സ്ഥാപനമാണു പുതിയ സാങ്കേതികവിദ്യയ്ക്കു പിന്നിൽ. https://www.manoramaonline.com/news/business/2021/10/01/business-amphibious.html
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An amphibious building is a flood-resilient building that rests on the ground and whenever water rises or a flood occurs, the entire building rises up on its dock, where it floats, buoyed up by the floodwater. The building will return to the ground when the water recedes. It helps inhabitants and the house itself to be safe during a flood.
'Amphi Nest' is India's first working prototype of amphibious building technology with a concrete buoyant foundation, build to set an example of a flood resilient construction technique where people can continue their usual living style without compromising much during the flood.
Amphibious houses can be built to be situated in/near a water body. On a similar construction cost range, the space inside the buoyant foundation can be used as a room compared to an ordinary foundation that we build now.
We request everyone to be a part of the Flood Resilient campaign started by the Nestabide Team to help the Flood affected people across India.
Amphibious homes for flood resilient India - #AmphihomesforIndia
If you know someone who is living in a flood-prone area or whose family was affected by the adverse impacts of the 2018, 2019 flood in Kerala, then you could share their details with us and then we can build an Amphibious home for free through the crowdfunded money or through CSR. Join the initiative. Support us.
The concept of amphibious buildings through stories of family, friendship, technology and nature by Nanma Gireesh at TEDxThiruvananthapuram on January 20, 2019.
In this talk, Nanma shares how amphibious houses are a better alternative to the standard housing in areas that are prone to natural calamities like floods, as amphibious houses take little to no damage in comparison.