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Modern Aesthetic
August 2016
When Architect Aditya Agrawal of Office for Contemporary Architecture (OCA) was approached to design a 3,200 sq ft apartment in Indore, he had two things in mind - a modern aesthetic design language and a fusion of materials.
Down to Earth
August 2016
Inspired by Laurie Baker and sticking to their belief in alternate architecture and environment-friendly development, Good Earth, a Bengaluru-based consultancy firm, pipes the imminent need to go ´alternate´, build less and think ´sustainability´. At the helm of this dream is Natasha Iype
July 2016
At the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016, Indian architect Anupama Kundoo has unveiled a prototype house that can be built in just six days using Lego-like blocks of a material called ferrocement.
June 2016
Architecture and interior design of academic institutions must be, inspiring, stimulating and pensive places for learning and exploration. Every institution is unique in its culture and operations and every site is different with specific characteristics
Zaha Hadid A tribute
May 2016
One of the most powerful women of architecture, the first woman and the first Muslim to receive the coveted Pritzer Prize besides several other awards now rests in peace. But the architectural splendours that she has left behind will tell her story for a long time to come.
Design fervour
May 2016
A shortlist of eight finalists that will move on to the third and final stage of the Art Mill International Design Competition in Doha has been announced. The list was put forth by Qatar Museums.
By the Beach
April 2016
Standing by the picturesque Bay of Bengal, the Intercontinental Hotel, Mahabalipuram, Chennai, is an architectural delight. Based on ancient practise of vaastu shastra and the aesthetics of the Golden Mean, the hotel is designed by CV Sydney, an offshoot of the renowned Singapore-based Kerry Hill Design firm
Firstword (March2016)
March 2016
Spring freshness! This issue is replete with colour, vibrancy and freshness. A holiday home in Rajkot where Moroccan design elements meet rustic Indian - designed by Bhavin Komal Design Diaries. The result is an inviting home full of colour, cheer, style and luxury.
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