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Smarter way of working
June 2016
The world around us has changed. And this change is largely due to technology. Today, being tech-savvy is not a choice; it´s a way of life. The buzzword for the current decade has been customisation. The trend of one-size-fits-all is gone. Now is the time for tailor-made solutions.
Smart living
June 2014
Home automation and security systems have become an integral part of smart modern homes. CW INTERIORS speaks to industry leaders on current trends and the market scenario. With today´s society constantly on the go, operating everyday living more efficiently has become a priority for busy people. This has triggered the adoption of various home automation and security features in Indian homes.
Modern Workstations
January 2014
The transformation of modern workspaces in India is helping blur the differences between work culture abroad and here. To create contemporary offices that are in tune with local needs, designers have adapted their designs to suit indigenous cultural, corporate and financial conditions. A modern workspace is smart, sleek and often created within the constraints of time and given budget. The modern workspace optimises space without compromising on productivity. The modern workspace meets the cl
2014: What to expect?
December 2013
he last month of the calendar year is perhaps the right time to reflect over the events of the year that's about to pass into history, to rejoice over the achievements it has brought and to make grand plans for the fresh year that's waiting on the threshold. Let's take inspiration from some architects and designers who share with us their New Year resolutions for 2014. It's going to be a good year.
Foreign architects in India: Boon, bane or....?
May 2013
The case filed against RSP Architects by the Council of Architecture brings to light how the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) under the commerce ministry granted permission to the firm in 1996 to set up shop in India in spite of the
Angular Art
October 2011
Mumbai-based designer Ninad Tipnis makes a strong design statement in this otherwise sober, straight line office at the World Trade Centre.

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