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Steering ahead
October 2016
The journey has been remarkably good. Starting with just one range of products and a single market in 1989, JAL has become a household brand in many markets through¡out India. Today, we are present pan India with a strong network of more than 1200 distributors and dealers. We also show a healthy presence in Nepal and Bhutan.
Designing styles
July 2016
The growing hospitality market in India has recently given birth to a huge demand for luxury boutique properties. What differentiates these boutique properties from large hotel chains is their adaptability to the location, local culture and personalisation in terms of design.
FOAM-tastic
May 2016
Sixinch was born with the vision to blend innovation with progressive design. As a pioneer in the field of high concept foamcoated products, Sixinch offers a technology that allows one to explore design creativity.
Modern mastery
February 2016
Small architectural elements that are an integral part of our growing years, have now been relegated to the background in favor of tall, concrete jungles. A part of us always thinks of these things nostalgically as does Architect Rohit Sringeri who is in the process of doing something to bring it all back.
Premium choices
September 2014
The rapidly growing Indian market offers great opportunities in the project business area. The bath and sanitary industry is divided into the unorganised market, consisting of local players
Bathtime Stories | David Kohler
August 2012
Kohler is a premium brand in the bathroom segment in India; much of its success is due to its innovative design. David Kohler, President and COO, Kohler, shares an insight on the company’s USP and its innovative products.
Bathtime Stories | Paul Flowers
August 2012
The continuously evolving bathroom segment in India has today reached a stage where most premium customers spend as much on their bathrooms as they do on their bedrooms.
International Flavour
July 2011
Chinese food and a not-typically-Chinese ambience designed by Paris-based Gilles Et Boissier is the USP of the new Hakassan in Mumbai.
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