Indian kitchens have come a long way from being mere cooking spaces. Today they are a multi-functional space also used for entertaining, relaxing and even working. Aesthetically and functionally better designed interiors, hi-tech appliances, accessories, automation, have all transformed kitchens into a totally a different experience. Naturally the kitchen industry has been growing at a fast space.
The connected smart devices, wireless technology and their attendant applications, use of the cloud for storage and sharing of data etc., have all revolutionised the look and functioning of work spaces worldwide.
You leave your home for a weekend getaway yet spend your much-deserved holiday wondering if you have locked the door properly, switched off the lights or put off the stove knob.
New age kitchens
Kitchens have evolved from functionality to spatial experiences. Trends, designs and high-tech features are ruling consumer choices for their kitchens.
Interior designer Rubina Chadha has launched ¨Home Works Studio¨ at Ambala city in Punjab. The 2,700 square feet store displays all types of furniture, décor accessories and soft furnishings.
Do It Yourself
Following the success of the DIY Square at Koramangala, Bengaluru, the Bosch Group, a leading supplier of technology and services has now launched its second DIY store in the city at Sarjapur. The brand plans to have regular workshops in their new 4,000 sq ft store
Rosan Bosch, is known for her unique way of using creativity as a tool for innovation and change, questioning deep-rooted cultures and traditions while encouraging new ways of thinking.
“While nothing succeeds like success, the landslide electoral win for the Samajwadi Party in UP and Sachin’s 100th hundred show how understanding consumer psyche and perseverance, respectively, can take you all the way.
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