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Getting Candid
May 2012
Manit Rastogi of Morphogenesis reveals a lot about his firm and his work as he gets chatting with Sumisha Arora, Associate Editor, CW Interiors, about the hospitality industry and more.
Fashioning Spaces
March 2012
Weaving design beautifully into contrasting spaces, Martand Khosla of Romi Khosla Design Studio shares his inspirations for designing fashion retail spaces. From dharamsalas and children’s public parks to fashion stores, Martand Khosla, Principal Architect, Romi Khosla Design Studio (RKDS) has done it all!
Glass Thoughts
March 2012
“In cities where space comes at a premium, glass gives the same partition or envelope without eating up much of the carpet area.” KAS Menon, Senior Vice President, Marketing, HNG Glass throws light on the glass industry in India.
On the Nature Trail
February 2012
Hyderabad-based landscape designer P Jagan Mohan is an artist of sorts. Nature gets naturally incorporated into each of his projects, so that he draws for each customer a new painting that celebrates life through fresh, eclectic designs.
The Master's Stroke
January 2012
Iconic architect Balkrishna Doshi speaks to CW Interiors about three people who made a powerful impact on his attitude and understanding of work, life, and culture, thus helping him lay the foundations of his own architectural philosophy.
Sound work
January 2012
"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.
Iconic Interest
December 2011
Designed by Moshe Safdie in association with Indian firm Ashok Dhawan Architects, the Khalsa Heritage Centre fulfills all the requirements of an iconic structure. The newest entrant to the iconic structures of India, the Khalsa Heritage Centre designed by Boston-based Architect Moshe Safdie is ready!
Durable Doorways
December 2011
"Apart from being completely waterproof and insect proof, FRP doors do not require polishing or painting; they are fully customisable in finish, colour, design and size," says Hemant Bhide, Managing Director, Advance FRP Buildmat, as he speaks to CW Interiors about this nascent industry.
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