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Electic designs
October 2016
The Mitra Collection by Inhabit redefines contemporary lifestyle. The range comprises ´chota bada sandook´ (a trunk made with beige kilim style fabric), ring table crafted in solid wood with antique finish, Bell Hop Bar Cart trays made of sturdy wood, mid century bar cart tray with marble top, an ottoman called ´chota minar and the NoMad kilim leather trunk.
Rejuvenating retreat | Private Residential Villa, Khandala
September 2016
One of the key features of the design was to mark a separation between private and public spaces, with living, dining, dormitory, games, guest bedroom and kitchen areas located on the ground floor and the bedrooms on the first floor. The space under one of the bedrooms was utilised to create a covered, verandah-like seating, which unified the segregated public and private spaces.
Modern Aesthetic
August 2016
When Architect Aditya Agrawal of Office for Contemporary Architecture (OCA) was approached to design a 3,200 sq ft apartment in Indore, he had two things in mind - a modern aesthetic design language and a fusion of materials.
Marble craft
August 2016
Etreluxe India now houses the new collection of marble surfaces, created using skilled craftsmanship and intricate technique by AKROS. The etching technique used comes from the Arabs of the Middle Ages.
Fine dine
June 2016
The new collection of dining tables by IDUS is intended to add a new dimension to the entire room. This designer range uses different materials such as Italian marble, wood, glass, fabrics and metal.
Turn the tables
May 2016
High gloss and lacquered finished coffee tables are the latest offerings by Fennel. Blending contemporary design with traditional style, the collection offers round tops, hexagons, textured metal and marble and stone tops accompanied by a metal or a lacquer wood base.
Design GEM
April 2016
The Mumbai branch of Jaipur´s legendary Gem Palace store, designed by Marie-Anne Oudejans, is a confluence of European and Indian design elements.
Class Apart
February 2016
When structural changes have been limited and a list of requisites passed along, creating a masterpiece seems a tough task. And yet, Architect Nina Puri of Nina Puri Architects managed to create a luxurious, spacious home with minimal clutter and low maintenance in the coveted by-lanes of Mumbai.
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