CW Interiors |
In Brief | March 2014


Mango Tree, a company that hosts activities targeted towards education with a difference and reviving dying arts of India, held a residential programme for two weeks at the Neemrana Hotel in Haryana, where restoration is still underway. Twenty six trained and semi-trained masons from neighbouring villages, along with masons already working on the restoration project were invited to enhance their skills. One of the many things taught to them was the use of araish in constructing large floors on the spot without any joints, giving the appearance of a floor made with a single piece of highly polished natural stone.

Mumbai-based store Red, Blue & Yellow unveiled its latest collection of clocks and lamps comprising of 40 chic pieces in different shapes and sizes. The style of this new collection is organic and sculptural, and explores various forms, materials and finishes.

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