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Inspiring kitchens
September 2014
The hoods of Inspiration range from Electrolux are equipped with exceptionally quiet, but powerful engines, automatic sensors and individually controlled LED lighting. It reduces odour, purifies the air, and optimises performance by attracting grease from cooking vapours.
Creative Concrete
September 2014
The Edison Residence at Montreal, Canada, is located on a site that endured a fire in the early 20th century. The historical context of the site became the primary inspiration for the urban renewal project designed by Kanva.
Innovisionary Architects - Pronit Nath
September 2014
Pronit Nath, Partner, Urban Studio, Young, dynamic and creative, Urban Studio is responsible for taking Indian design to another level.
Sculptural theatre lobby by Sanjay Puri Architects
August 2014
Custom-made polygonal lights suspended in abstract molecular groups at varying heights constitute the most dominant element of the design of the multiplex lobby of R-World Cinemas recently completed in Gandhinagar, Gujarat by Architect Sanjay Puri.
Solar Duck
August 2014
A team of British designers and artists have proposed a floating tourist attraction that would gather solar energy in Copenhagen Harbor as the Danish city works to become carbon-neutral by the year 2025. The 12-story-high structure is designed like a giant sea duck with lightweight steel covered in solar panels.
The Devil is in the Details
August 2014
New has been the buzzword for Delhi Daredevils this season – a fresh team, an innovative logo and a spanking office. Inspired by the fluid curves of the team’s new logo, Manish Gulati, Principal Architect, MOFA, has infused the office space with the high energy pulse of a jam-packed stadium.
Coke Studio
August 2014
A brand with a long-standing heritage, requirements of a modern office and the punch-line of ‘happiness in a bottle’ – how can you combine these essentials in one space? The answer lies in an out-of-the-box design as done by the UK-based Morey Smith for Coca Cola’s new office in London.
Firstword
August 2014
The Development Control Regulations for buildings in Mumbai create unrest amongst the design fraternity since they offer very little opportunity to create open spaces or interesting elevations. City architects give suggestions for amendments to the regulations to enable creativity and disable misuse.
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