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Leads (Feb-2016)
February 2016
The Commune: This project at Kelambakkam, Chennai spread over 40 acres has 3 BHK semi-attached villas with 140 row houses of 1,200, 1,500 and 1,800 sq ft
No Fault in the Stars
August 2015
Seaton Mckeon´s design, The Sun The Moon and Me, is a freestanding light and mirror that depicts the stars in the night sky with the viewer´s reflected image representing the moon.
March 2015
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!
Sugarcane fields to be converted into a luxury resort
July 2014
Queenland’s vast sugarcane fields in Australia are to be converted into a luxury resort! Shockingly, the QLD Government has invited the common public to comment on the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the proposed $8.15 billion
Oozing elegance
June 2014
Caroma, the premier bathroom brand of Claytan Australia, has come out with a ´free-standing´ bathtub - NOIR 1700 - that can be placed anywhere in the bathroom depending upon the requirement and suitability. The product comes in a two tone colour, black and white, and has a seamless look. Its organic shape with a subtle high and tapered design gives it a trendy yet elegant look.
Smart sanitaryware
February 2014
A quick look at the sanitaryware industry in India, and the shape of things to come... A recent report by PricewaterhouseCoopers stated that the sanitaryware market in India, which is worth approximately Rs 20 billion (2000 crores), has been growing at a CAGR of 12.5 per cent since 2010, and this trend is expected to continue through to 2016. Clearly, the slowdown has not affected this segment of the market. In fact, reports state that the Indian sanitaryware market currently accounts for eig
Cultural Canopy
August 2011
Nature becomes an architectural muse in Koichi Takada's interpretation of Japanese cultural concepts in his design for the Sushi Train Sutherland Restaurant in Sydney.
Logical Layers
August 2011
Surat-Based Designer, Vatsal Thakkar uses an intriguing combination of logic and divine intervention to transform this home into a Space that is serene and sanguine.

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