Ahmedabad-based Ujjval Fadia lends this penthouse an indulgent décor. It's a delight to see design evolve. To see how the traditional four-poster bed now has a modern variation, how traditional design elements are now being etched on to modern materials like glass and how modern designs are being created with a traditional mindset attached to it is to watch a new style develop before one's eyes.
Square Foot has introduced Wooden Wall Cladding to lend an aesthetic appeal to any space. Made out of coconut shell chips, the wooden cladding is light weight, durable and beautifully decorative. It is available in softwoods, hardwoods and modified woods to suit all budgets. Wall cladding is low maintenance, recyclable and can be installed in a day on existing damp free and level walls.
Malwa Mirage's new range of The Wooden Tiles is designed to give it an original wood like look, finish and texture. The authentic wood shades add a dash of glamour to the interiors of any space be it living, bed or drawing rooms. With European design style, these tiles are a great blend for an Indian home setting, be it apartments, bungalows or a hotel lobby or rooms.
A muted colour scheme, straight-lined architecture and clean interiors with freeflowing spaces define Zapata y Herrera's new office in Valencia, Spain. Designed by +Quespacio, this space defies the tradition of conventional corporate space design. Valencia in Spain is known for its history, art and culture. It is, then, no easy task to create spaces that not only resonate the culture of this beautiful city
No more white
Delighted by a client who wanted to follow his heart instead of succumbing to popular trends, architect Unmesh Bhole put together this tasteful home in Mumbai.
A piece of Heaven
Monolita Chatterjee, Ramesh Thakaran and PC Mathew from Design Combine add a touch of ethnicity to the Vasundhara Sarovar Premiere Resort at Allepey in Kerala.
With the Indian service industry growing fast, and the dominant service-class comprising youth that has had international exposure, offices in India are no longer drab spaces that lack a sense of design.
From New York to Tokyo
Tokyo-based architect Kengo Kuma and Associates makes a dramatic hub for the coffee giant Starbucks at the entrance of Dazaifu Tenmangu, a major shrine in Japan.
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