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401. The History of Surveying
March 04, 2015


Land surveying is the mathematical measurement of the land and surveying techniques date back as far as the Ancient Egyptians. Famous explorers also mapped out the land as they travelled across the world, in many ways similar to the principles of modern day land surveying. One of the earliest records where we have proof that land surveying techniques were used, was in the building of the Great Pyramid of Giza, 2700BC. The ancient Egyptians used rope stretcher techniques to position the pyramid, creating a perfectly square base with a north-south orientation. Explorers and conquers many cent... (read more)

Author: Miriam Drahmane

402. Surface patterns as design determinants
March 04, 2015


UK-based surface pattern designer Kirath Ghundoo dramatizes Wax Revolution, a Mexican chain of lifestyle salons by using bright, quirky and playful surface patterns… The business of surface design is all about change and/or the enhancement it brings about to an ambience, which may be functional as well as aesthetic. For instance, based on the client’s brief Kirath sought to create an eye-catching feature wall in the large reception area of the salon to instantly grab attention. The design for the labs was individually tailored (with distinctive patterns and colours) so as to differen... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

403. Plush Settings
March 03, 2015


By Zoya Photography: Courtesy Design Cosmos Gurgaon-based studio, designcosmos design a high-end show-flat that exudes luxury without taking away from the warmth of home… A ‘show flat’, architects Manishi Aggarwal and Apoorv Singh explain, is one that drapes the space in such a manner that it exudes sophistication, luxury, style and comfort - all in the same line. “The biggest challenge was to present a house that has a universal appeal, stands out in terms of design and redefines opulence,” adds Manishi. Located in a posh locality in Gurgoan, and spread across an area of 2,00... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

404. Delft's New Train Station
March 03, 2015


Info & Images: Courtesy Mecanoo Photography: Harry Cock Intro: Mecanoo Architects design the new Delft station, marking one’s arrival at Delft as a ceremonial and memorable experience... Copy: Delft’s new train station is now in use. It was officially opened on Saturday, 28th February 2015. The station, in combination with municipal offices and the new city hall, sits atop a new train tunnel built in place of the old concrete viaduct that has divided the city in two since 1965. From the outset, Mecanoo’s idea has been to design a station that makes it clear to visitors that they h... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

405. Line-Volume-Material: Reimaging a Fifties' Family Home!
March 02, 2015


Breathing new life into an architectural legacy from the previous century, Clairoux design studio refurbish a 2850 sq. ft. bungalow in Laval, Canada using subtlety and a clean-canvas approach that focuses on lines, volumes and materials... “A home has life and character, it is something that is always evolving, and so some design touches will continue to be added over time,” say designers, Julie Lafontaine and Frédric Clairoux of FX Studio Design, who have just launched their brand Clairoux. With about 15 years of design backing their refined design signature and confident contemporary st... (read more)

Author: Pari Syal

406. Blurring Boundaries
February 28, 2015


Compiled by Anuradha K R Photography: Interior©Inga Powilleit; Exterior©Fedde de Weert; courtesy UNStudio The W.I.N.D House, designed by UNStudio transcends the boundaries of science fiction, to create in ‘flesh and blood’, a home that takes automation and connectivity to a new high, in Noord-Holland. “The contemporary smart home not only enables the control of appliances from afar and incorporates the necessary installations and materials to aim for a zero net-energy building, it also responds to changes in today’s lifestyles”, says Ben Van Berkel, designer, UNStudio. The W.I.N.... (read more)

Author: Anuradha K. R.

407. Recovering lost ground....
February 26, 2015


“Nothing is lost; nothing is created; everything is transformed” is how L. McComberltée views the Juliette Aux Combles’ remodelling project that it has executed in Plateau Mont-Royal, Montreal, having transformed an ‘old-world’ attic into a stunning living space, brilliantly woven around a bookshelf. The attic, laid out on the third floor of a structure, dating back to the year 1880 had witnessed addition of multiple layers over the years, resulting in a shrinking of the living space. Considering the constraints that remodelling projects are invariably associated with, carving out a con... (read more)

Author: Anuradha K. R.

408. Essential Tools To Clear Overgrown Vegetation
February 25, 2015


If your house lawn or garden in Australia has not been cleaned r a long period of time, or you were away from it for some time, then chances are that it has become infested with dense foliage. These have to be cleaned properly, asneglected gardens look bad and can spoil the beauty of any house on its own. Cleaning the lawn or garden by hand is laborious, tedious and will take a long time to accomplish. Hence, it is important that you take mechanical support in completing this job. There are several types of equipment which are suitable for this purpose. Regular users of these mechanical t... (read more)

Author: Mattis Bailey

409. A Few Things About Best Driveway Installation And Repairs Australia
February 25, 2015


The driveway is actually an important element in your landscaped front garden that adds to the beauty of the overall organization. Though concrete or asphalt driveways are certainly most popular but nothing can beat the attractive texture, color and elegance of crushed rock driveways and finding a dependable company for Driveway Installation and Repairs in the Mornington Peninsula is not going to be difficult for there are a number of them presently operating. When it comes to best quality driveways and patios, residents of the area has the privilege of availing services from contractors... (read more)

Author: Mattis Bailey

410. Use Redgum Firewood For Sustainably Heating Your Home
February 24, 2015


Burning wood in the fireplace is a classic and also extremely effective way of keeping yourself warm and toasty during the winter months. A burning fireplace also creates just the perfect ambience for relaxing and unwinding after a long stressful day or spending some romantic moments with are spouse at home. As heating fuel, wood is certainly an economical option that can truly save you some money especially if you live close to a wooded area and can gather your own firewood. But gathering firewood also requires a lot of physical work and is probably suitable for the younger generation only. B... (read more)

Author: Mattis Bailey

411. Eco-conscious Architecture
February 24, 2015


By Beverly Pereira Photography: Courtesy the architect A holiday home in Maharashtra adopts an environmentally friendly approach in its rustic aesthetics and structural techniques... Architect Pramod Chaugule designs a two-storey holiday home for his client Nitin Nayak, annexed to an existing structure comprising a living room, kitchen and bedroom. The new structure, on the 8094 sq. m. plot, adds on a sit-out area, master bedroom and library, resulting in a full-fledged weekend getaway. The new façade is coherent with the existing one; both have been redesigned to exude a solid... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

412. Rainbow Shower: SugamoShinkin Bank, Ekoda
February 24, 2015


By Beverly Pereira Photography: Daisuke Shima/Nacasa& Partners Inc.; courtesy the designer The Ekoda branch of Japanese bank SugamoShinkin integrates a cheery appeal in its seamlessly merged interiors and exteriors Responding to the expectation of “creating a bank that customers feel happy to visit”, Tokyo-based, French architect, Emmanuelle Moureaux - known to use colours as three-dimensional elements, or layers, to create spaces - lends a cheerful, airy outlook to the interiors and architecture project of the SugamoShinkin Bank, a credit union that prides itself in offering a high... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

413. Arty Lighting Design as Urban Identity
February 21, 2015


Info & Images: courtesy Lightemotion Photography: Patrick mevel photographe Responding to the soul of Cartier Avenue in Québec City, Canada, lighting design firm, Lightemotion create an installation of 34 giant backlit lampshades decorated with select works of art from the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec… From illuminating building façades and interiors in Europe, North America, Asia and Oceania, to conceptualizing this giant light installation that makes Québec “a true international winter capital”, Lightemotion has earned a formidable name for originality and effectivenes... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

414. Bonhomie with Nature, quite literally...
February 20, 2015


A city-dwellers’ craving for a reunion with nature is quite understandable. In an effort to satiate one such craving, Ar. Rajesh Patel designs ‘Pavana Bungalow’, a 5000 sqft. getaway-home, constructed on a 3-acre farmland in Lonavala that door-delivers ‘balmy nature’ to its inmates! Set amidst enviously serene environs, and drawing it all into its folds, Pavana Bungalow does complete justice to the role that it has set out to play, that of a weekend retreat. As the role implies inherent upkeep issues, the design gives equal weightage to this aspect as well, if not more. With minimiz... (read more)

Author: Anuradha K. R.

415. There's music in the air....
February 20, 2015


There’s no denying the fact that music possesses a magic-wand that turns our minds around. A. Len Architect Bureau has used this wand to visually transform and characterise the Lightful House “The Musician” in Vologda City, Russia, through its façade-correction project. ‘The Lightful House’, a new concept of living space, developed by Seven Suns Development, relies on the creation of attractive living environments, where each of its three projects, ‘Mi Vmeste’ (‘We’re Together’, 2013), ‘The Musician’ (2014) and ‘Tvoi Okna’ (‘Your Windows’, under construction) has a soul and spirit of its ... (read more)

Author: Anuradha K. R.

416. Tips For Choosing A Brush Cutter For Cleaning Your Garden
February 19, 2015


Brush cutters are a type of equipment by many homeowners for maintaining their gardens. These come in very handy for trimming bushes, cut the hedges and also what grass. The biggest benefit of using these for gardening purposes is that they come in various sizes, hence the homeowner can choose a size which is right for his needs. These essentially serve the same purpose as lawnmowers. However, these are portable and are very easy to carry around. The tool has a long shaft with an engine on one end and a set of rotating blades on the other. The gardener has to hold up the shaft and start t... (read more)

Author: John Statham

417. Why you should recycle domestic waste
February 19, 2015


Many people are so attached of their belongings that they barely dare to get rid of them, even if this means keeping the old armchair nobody uses anymore, or the antique magazines which are already irrelevant. For this reason, there are specialized companies providing house clearance London services, to east the job of those who actually decide to remove and even recycle the useless items from their houses. Domestic waste can be removed by a wide range of service providers, but it is extremely important to be aware of the importance of this practice people consider more and more necessary nowa... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

418. Play of Volumes
February 17, 2015


Reminiscent of a Jenga-like block game, this 5-storey residence in New Delhi is made of 3 materially diverse, interlaced and cantilevered cuboids that exude an illusion of floating between a pergola on the roof and a pool at the entrance… The striking façade - comprising a wooden-tile clad guestroom cube; a porous river stone gabion meditative square and stone-slab-faced monolithic block (at the rear) – acts as a visually and texturally intriguing triumvirate. This sprawling 13,000 sq ft home designed by Delhi-based Anagram Architects is meant for 2 kindred brothers and their famil... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

419. Spatial Transparency & Spatial Complexity
February 15, 2015


Info & Images: Courtesy Thomas Balaban Architecte Located in Quebec’s up and coming Southwest neighbourhood, this 300 sq. m. detached house hides a rich spatial complexity behind its tough working-class façade… Turning to the neighbourhood’s post-war veteran’s home as its formal point of departure, the architect firm Thomas Balaban Architecte have set out to make a house that simultaneously fits in and stands out from its heterogeneous context, without resorting to mimicry and without sacrificing the contemporary nature of the project. The principal challenge lay in bringing ligh... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

420. Creating an ‘Urban Oasis' in Sahara
February 15, 2015


With ‘urban sprawling’ becoming an omnipresent phenomenon, there’s been a heavy surge in automobile-dependent communities across the globe. Morocco’s City Sand Tower, a vertical city, designed by Manal Rachdi Oxo Architects and Nicolas Laisne Associes of Paris is a concept that could reverse this trend. A project under study, City Sand Tower is much more than just a tower. It’s a promise for a greener future, as it brings down the carbon footprints of a huge chunk of population. And, the concept of vertical city itself assures a better quality of life, when compared with conventional urb... (read more)

Author: Anuradha K. R.

421. SCOTS PINE TREE (Pinus Sylvestris)
February 13, 2015


SCOTS PINE TREE (Pinus Sylvestris) Scots Pine Tree - General Information The heavenly scented Scots pine is our only native pine tree, being one of only three conifers that are native to the United Kingdom, is an extremely tall evergreen able to reach heights of up to 130 feet and can live for well over two hundred years, with some recorded as having reached over seven hundred years of age. The Scots pine is a very adaptable tree, able to thrive in poor sandy or gravel soil and has been widely planted in parts of south and east England where the sandy soil has been of little us... (read more)

Author: conner John

422. Synergetic Spaces: Markthal
February 13, 2015


By Beverly Pereira Photography: Courtesy the architects MVRDV Market-housing hybrid Markthal reflects a new, sustainable urban typology in the Netherlands... Markthal, by Rotterdam-based architecture and urban planning firm MVRDV, is a food market of many firsts for the Netherlands. The 95,000 sq. ft. structure not only houses restaurants and fresh food stalls on the ground and first floors, and a supermarket and 1,200 parking spaces on the first underground level, but also apartments along its roof. As per Netherlands’ new laws, traditional open-air meat and fish markets shou... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

423. DETOXING AND THE FLUORIDE ALERT!
February 10, 2015


1. Is Fluoride A Nutrient? Doesn’t the term “fluoride” sound like something you would find on the periodic table of elements? Doesn’t the term “fluoride” enter your mind as something safe and beneficial? Fluoride is NOT an element at all, but an ionic compound containing fluorine, the single most reactive element. Fluoride is an industrial by-product of steel, cement, aluminum, phosphate, and nuclear weapons manufacturing. Fluoride is a toxin, not a nutrient. 2. When Did Fluoridation Begin? In the United States, fluoride was added to our drinking water on January 25, 1945. On th... (read more)

Author: Kolle Baca

424. The 3-Tree House
February 10, 2015


By Marina Correa Photography: Sachin Bandukwala, Melissa Smith and Sam Stalker; courtesy banduksmithstudio Nestled amidst a small thicket on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, is a newly-constructed 3,100 sq ft lounge space annexed to the existing farmhouse, designed by banduksmithstudio… Designed for a wholesome recreational feel with pool, lotus pond, et al, the pavilion-like lounge sits as a glass box, seamlessly in synch with its surroundings and connected to the farmhouse via a bridge that ensures a green and open exchange between the two structures, and privacy, when needed. ... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

425. Creative Space for Creative Minds
February 10, 2015


By Beverly Pereira Photography:Robert Hoernig; courtesy IFG Intro: Innocean Worldwide’s Frankfurt office reflects the agency’s creativity and transparent attitude... Copy: Stuttgart-based architecture firm Ippolito Fleitz Group’s flexible and modern office environment for the European headquarters of the Korean advertising agency comes as no surprise as the young, design-conscious agency epitomises the positive impact of open communication and flexible workspaces. Catering to this need for a creative atmosphere that is constantly in a state of flux and that promotes healthy... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD



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