“Modular kitchens in India are expected to grow 10 times in the next seven to eight years as they are directly linked to the infrastructure and construction industry, which is one of the fastest
Ashok Korgaonkar, Principal Architect and founder of Dubai-based architecture firm ArchGroup Consultants has been in the news lately for the design of the tallest hotel in the world, to be launched shortly in Dubai.
Adding Life to Bathrooms
“The bathroom will move towards greater use of technology,” says Asutosh Shah, Managing Director, Duravit India. We dig in further to find out more about the bath and sanitation industry and the company’s offerings.
The Material Connection
Pankaj Vir Gupta and Christine Mueller Gupta have found their calling in design – using materials to seamlessly fuse culture, the past and the geography.
“The market seems eager for a change, and our products are quite different from what the market already has seen and offers,” says Percy Jijina, Sales Director-Decorative, Jotun India, as he speaks about the paint industry in India. We find out more…
Kitchens for the Indian consumer
“We are the market leaders in steel kitchens, and the way we have designed them, they provide a lot of benefits, easy maintenance and are suited to Indian cooking conditions,” says Subodh Mehta, AVP-Marketing, Godrej Interio,
Modular is Trendy
“The kitchen industry is constantly updated with new innovations everyday, which are being received well by the customer,” says Rohin Ramchandani, Director, Grandeur Interiors,
Chennai-based architect Benny Kuriakose, who considers himself to be in the mould of Laurie Baker, shares with us his thoughts on sustainable architecture in the Indian context.