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India abroad
June 2016
A designer by passion, a mother and a wife, Manisha Gandhi is an Indian settled in Vietnam. With design sensibilities rooted in Indianness, being her own client made her push the boundaries of her creativity. She designed her home to meet the daily requirements of her family without compromising on aesthetics.
Bleed Blue
June 2015
In Joy´s new Indigo Blue Collection of summer textiles is the perfect combination of rich colour and beautiful design aesthetics, featuring an array of bed accessories of only the finest fabrics
Activist architects
September 2014
Rebel Architecture, a new series by Al Jazeera features architects who use design as a form of resistance and activism. By designing for the majority rather than the elite, the architects featured in ´Rebel Architecture´ are tackling the world´s urban, environmental and social problems
Bamboo structure bags Asian prize
July 2014
Vietnamese architect Vo Trong Nghia’s ‘Dailai Bamboo Complex’ has earned the Building of the Year Award from the Architects Regional Council of Asia (ARCASIA) 2014 Awards. Located in northern Vietnam’s Vinh Phuc Province, some 50km from Hanoi, the project comprises of two adjacent works:
Hanoi Calling
April 2014
In Hanoi, Vietnam, Designers at Carlos Zapata Studio, have transformed a mammoth glass structure into an iconic landmark in the form of JW Mariott Hotel. . Located in the ancient city and dynamic capital of Vietnam, Hanoi, is a dazzling hotel JW Marriot Hanoi. Designed by Carlos Zapata Studio, the structure, which is a collection of gigantic cantilevered floors and canopies, is a charismatic presence on the city´s landscape.
The unique 'pillar'
December 2012
The Asian Book of Records has recognised the Mot Cot Pagoda (One-Pillar Pagoda) as the 'most unique architecture in Asia'. Resembling a blooming lotus in a square pond, the Pagoda continues to attract the most number of visitors to the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum relic site in Vietnam.

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