Professor of Maharishi Vastu Architecture
Dr Neil Hamill is Professor of Maharishi Vastu Architecture, Founding Director of MVRI, has designed over 100 buildings according to Maharishi Vedic Architecture, including public buildings, offices, schools and houses in New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, Ghana, Thailand, India and Nepal. He obtained a doctorate from the Institute of Vedic Architecture and City Planning and completed post-doctoral study under the tutelage of Krishnan Kannippayyoor Namboothirippad, India. Hamill has 27 years of experience as Director of a property development company and designed and built a 64 Yogini Shakti Peetham in New Zealand (the last generic temple of this kind constructed in India in 800 CE).
Maharishi Vedic Science and Maharishi Vastu Architecture
Business, property development and design
Engineering and construction innovation
Writing and mentoring in Vastu design