Five iconic steel buildings in the world
Besides being aesthetically pleasing, steel offers strength and affordability that you cannot get from traditional construction materials. Plus, it’s much faster to erect. And structures made of steel can withstand extreme weather conditions and even earthquakes
Mumbai to get a Time Square
The Kala Ghoda area, the old-world cultural treasure trove in South Mumbai, might soon get a makeover to look like the famous Times Square of New York. Expect glamorous lights, billboards, cartoons, movie characters and street performances.
Belgian-based Studio Job has designed a feline bronze sculpture with lights inspired by cat fights between their pets Paula and Jambe Blanche. Made from brass, which is pattinated across the bodies and polished to form shiny teeth
Formabilio Launches HIM contest
Him, a contest (38th so far!) by Formabilio, the Italian brand of furniture, lamps and home accessories, committed to participatory and eco-friendly design is open to designers from all over the world.
Wireframe Sofa by Herman Miller
Herman Miller has introduced Wireframe Sofa Group, a newly commissioned design by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin of London based Industrial Facility. Minimalist and modern with a visible lightness, the Wireframe Sofa Group features an external structure that uniquely holds its soft and contoured cushions in place.
Slim is in
Bathline Sensations’ Linea is the world’s slimmest bathtub. Designed and conceived at Acquaviva Studios, Germany, Linea embodies style, luxury and utility, combining polymers technology with ergonomic excellence in design for ultimate human comfort
Construction World Architect And Builder Awards 2014 announced
22nd August 2014, MUMBAI: Steve Jobs had famously said, "Innovation distinguishes a leader and a follower." Celebrating the theme of Inno-vision this year, the 9th edition of Construction World Architect & Builder (CWAB) Awards were given in a highly captivating event on the evening of 22nd August 2014 at Hotel Four Seasons in Mumbai.