Down to Wood
The only way to be original is to return to our roots´ - Architect Antoni Gaudf
The first thing that comes to our mind when we speak about being natural in design is the use of wood. Wood creates a sensory effect with its look, touch and feel.
A home interior, which speaks of the very Indian lifestyle of its dwellers while remaining modern - that´s what Uneven Interiors´ newest project is all about. Interplay is a word that comes across as a strong point when you look at this Vijayanagar residence designed by Uneven Interiors.
Up and above
Gone are the days when ceilings were painted white and kept sober to keep the attention on the rest of the décor. In a reversal of sorts, the trend today is to experiment with the dimensions of the space,
Action Tesa has launched a unique and contemporary range of embossed HDF decorative panels and coloured embossed HDF panels that are ideal for walls, ceilings and cladding. The brand uses the Dome technology so the moisture content is distributed equally in panels which make them long-lasting.
Walls and ceilings
Sandeep Mittal, Managing Director, Anutone believes that it is innovations that make the walls and ceilings industry so interesting!
“Though most say they want an out-of-the-box design, only five per cent actually lean towards developing and implementing it.” says Behzad Kharas, Prinicpal Architect of Mumbai based firm ThinkBNK
"Inside the building premises, utilisation of surfaces that absorb sound, especially on the walls and ceilings, can help reduce the distortion of sound from within the room," says Hemant Khurana, Vice President Marketing, Saint Gobain Gyproc.
The jaw dropping, awe inspiring interiors and architecture of the Ritz Carlton in Riyadh can make its guests feel like Arabian royalty. Riyadh now has a brand new landmark, a majestic palace in the form of a hotel - the Ritz Carlton Riyadh.
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