Just as world cuisine is coming to India and enticing food lovers with its many flavours, interior decor inspired from the local life of international destinations is also making its way into our spaces.
You Said It!
He Said She Said’. Is that a name, you ask. Yes, it is. Here’s how the story goes. The name He Said She Said is a reference to quote boxes (also graphically depicted in the restaurant at various points), inviting people to come over and fill them
At O;h Cha, a new Thai restaurant in Lower Parel, Mumbai, Designer Pallavi Choksi from Pinakin Design Studio, uses faux grass in the design, a reference to the lush paddy fields of Thailand.
Dhaba in a mall
Creating a dhaba in an exclusive mall can be inherently challenging. The mall-mood is young and flamboyant, the space constrained by four walls, the weather unpredictable and the line between subtle and tacky really thin
Dan Kwan of USA-based Wilson Associates stirs up a pretty Turkish delight in the name of The Marmara Taksim a landmark hotel in Istanbul.When a landmark gets refurbished, it turns into a historical landmark. Creating this history is the renovated avatar of
A classy envelope
The designs and dTcor of Westin Chennai Velachery by Leo International Designers, Bangkok epitomise class, elegance and luxury for every business traveller. Business travellers in Chennai can now heave a sigh of relief. Westin Chennai Velachery is here to offer you everything that you could ask for.
Designs on food
Three recently launched restaurants in Mumbai The Sassy Spoon, Aoi and Sing Kong are drawing in the crowds as much for their food as for their dTcor. Each of these speciality eateries has used unique yet subtle elements of design that enhance their
Delhi-based designer Sumeet Nath infuses the Far Eastern look into Soy restaurant to recreate a Zen-like haven in the crowded streets of Khan Market in Delhi.
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