Bengaluru is witnessing a prolific rise in the number of restaurants and pubs it houses. The words of Murray Heads' "One night in Bangkok and the world's your oyster// The bars are temples but the pearls ain't free" instantly come to mind with the city's new restaurant, One Night in Bangkok (ONiB).
A Home in the sky
For a city dweller, a house in a skyscraper lends a sense of achievement while an Asian heart is always inclined towards an independent house with a private garden, courtyard and spaces designed around a large tree.
This issue is a global special! First up, we bring the Picasso of architecture û Frank Gehry´s fabulous new project in Sydney. The new wing of the University of Technology´s business schoolùthis is Gehry´s first project in Australia and a fine one at that!
An office design that follows the human anatomy and a restaurant that uses 10,000 animal bones in the decor. Yes, it´s for real. The former, the GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare office in Delhi by Space Matrix Design is a smart office in the true sense.
Who stole my cheese?
Architects Spark have added a stairwell resembling a giant wedge of Swiss cheese onto two Bangkok shophouses they’ve converted into a youth centre.
The international luxury hotel chain, Lebua, plans to come to India soon. Peppermint Hotel, Gurgaon, the flagship hotel from the Peppermint stable, was awarded the Best Budget & Economy Hotel at a glittering ceremony held in Mumbai.
Green dragons and red paper lanterns get the boot as this Chinese restaurant in New Delhi goes for gold and black with a vengeance.
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