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251. Multifunctional Spaces
May 12, 2016

By Sonal Mamoowala Photography: Deepshikha Jain; courtesy Gesamt Design Komal Vasa of GESAMT Design renders a typical compact Mumbai apartment into an “emotion-arousing experience through coherent spatial design crafted with perceptible human energy.” A trip with the family and an exercise in emotional responses to artwork is undertaken to help understand the family values, lifestyle and visual preferences for a headstart on conceptual designs. In response, emerges a solution, with a sensuous free-flowing space, powerful yet subtle, evoking intimacy and warmth for the integrate... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

252. Effective Ways To Add Charm To Existing Interiors
May 11, 2016

Not everyone wants to revamp their home from scratch every single time, and honestly, budget-wise it doesn’t make sense to invest in totally new interiors every year. However, a smart home owner always find ways to create maximum impact. In this post, we will talk about some simple ways to creating a new dimension for your existing home, with ideas that are relatively easy to implement. Start with letting go of excess Time to sell, give away or junk stuff that you don't need or like anymore. Take your furniture to sell at a re-sell store. Stuff you bought from Crate and Barrel or ... (read more)

Author: Simonds Lee

253. Minimalist in design; Magnificent in style!
May 10, 2016

Subtlety in expression augments urbane design of new office by Abin Design Studio, Kolkata... When Ar. Abin Chaudhuri of Abin Design Studio was briefed by his client at Techno Electric & Engineers Co. Ltd. to deliver an office high on style but non-fussed otherwise, he zeroed in on creating an unforgettably awe-inspiring, uber chic experience that has, by default, become a major take-away from this office. Simple in composition and minimalist in materiality, the + 5800 sq. ft. office is endorsed by its central spine, on either side of which lie the various functionalities, comprisin... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

254. 738 Broadway - the luxe address!
May 09, 2016

The two-decade-plus Escobar Design by Lemay architects stamp New York’s elitist area with their distinctive contemporary luxe appeal... The original Greenwich Village industrial warehouse built in 1867 – a fitting example of cast-iron architecture from the aftermath of the industrial revolution, came to be known as one of the elitist areas of New York a century later; and the then Broadway McKenna Building is now transformed into 738 Broadway - a lavish four-apartment housing project. But the beauty of the transformation is that the architects, Escobar Design by Lemay have very sensitivel... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

255. The Indefatigable A A Raiba: Fond Memories
May 06, 2016

By Shriram Khadilkar Veteran painter Abdul Aziz Raiba breathed his last on April 15, 2016. He was 94 and still questing for the unfathomable through his artistic expression He was painting until few days leading up to his end… “I am not satisfied with the work that I have done so far,” exclaimed Raiba, when I last met him couple of months ago in Nalasopara at his residence cum studio; the nonagenarian nonchalantly referring to his thirst for painting as a neonate’s yearning for milk. A. A. Raiba had been expressing himself for seventy plus years through the medium of painting. T... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

256. Creating white interiors- Things that matter
May 05, 2016

White interiors are more or less a retro thing : Scandinavians have been doing them for ages, the 1920s modernists had raved about them in their streamlined manifestos and hospitals had been all white for ease of sanitation. Architects today think they have invented white interiors. White themed designs are considered sleek, peaceful and chic. However, it isn’t easy to create an entire house or even just a living room in white, unless you know how to create the right volumes, shapes and contours and color palette and use the elements for the right effects. In this post, we will demonstrate ... (read more)

Author: Simonds Lee

257. Play Yet: Create your personal domestic landscape!
May 05, 2016

Play Yet is a real-time, fully functional furniture game that is a reflection of a child’s imagination and design… French designer, Stephanie Marin of Smarin Furniture Company has come up with a unique and playful idea of a construction kit that allows children and adults to arrange pieces of natural wood in such a manner so as to create their own style of furniture. What’s more – you don’t need any nails, or screws! Consisting of simple elements such as oak planks, cork boards and beech sticks, Play Yet is a large scale building set that is assembled using dowels and tubes. Wor... (read more)

Author: Udit Chaudhuri

258. Collage House: the language of the Indian ethos!
May 02, 2016

This home in a Navi Mumbai suburb centres around the idea of recycling and collage in several ways: from the very physical - like materials, energy, etc. to the intangible - like history, space and memories… “Living in Mumbai, India, it is impossible to ignore the informal settlements in the city, and if looked at closely, there are many lessons to be learnt in frugality, adaptability, multi-tasking, resourcefulness and ingenuity. A visual language emerges that is of the found object, ad-hoc, eclectic, patched and collaged,” observes Ar. Pinkish Shah, principal of S+PS Architects. In... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

259. Random Anime of the Week: Re:Zero
May 02, 2016

Subaru is just your normal high school kid. He has no motivation to do anything in life, and makes his decisions based off how it feels in that moment. He is perfectly content being held up in his room playing video games until the break of dawn. One day, after leaving a convenience store, he looks up and the world he knows as home changes before his eyes. He is suddenly transported to a busy city with horse carriages and merchants as far as the eye can see. His gaming instincts quickly kick in as he describes the world before him as "medieval" and "fantasy" like. Instead of being scared, he i... (read more)

Author: Kyle Hawk

260. Glifo - empowering the neurologically challenged!
May 01, 2016

By Leah Linhares Photography: Courtesy Sarah Monacchi &Andrea Pelino A team of designers collaborate to give children suffering from neurological impairments a second chance at life... Five designers: Elisa Castelletta , Giovanni Dipilato, Sara Monacchi, Andrea Pelino and Luca Toscano join forces with Milan-based rehabilitation centre, TOG (together to go) Foundation to make life a better place for kids with nervous system pathologies or injuries. Children suffering from such disorders are unable to write or draw due to the distortion of their hand postures and often, difficult-... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

261. Celebrating Glass
April 30, 2016

By Leah Linhares Photography: Courtesy Anjali Srinivasan Intro: Doing away with conventional materials of décor, ChoChoMa Studios brings home a breath of fresh air with its custom-fabricated glass products… Copy: In a world, where décor is deemed limited to materials like wood, stone and marble, ChoChoMa Studios open the gate to the world of crystal products. What started out as a fair-trade umbrella for glass artisans in U.P almost a decade ago is now a studio directed by a dedicated team of experienced artisans in the field of glass art. As deference to owner Anjali Srini... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

262. Random Anime of the Week: The Asterisk War
April 28, 2016

This week we take a look at a growing popular anime series called The Asterisk War. This anime takes place after a global cataclysm known as the Invertia. The Invertia lead to the destruction of many cities and the rise of a new power known as the Integrated Enterprise Foundation. The formation of Asterisk, the city, is born. The city is made up of six different academies, I would name them all, but that would be boring! The only one you need to know is Seidoukan, cause they are the good guys! The city is different than you would expect, meaning, dueling is encouraged. The city has several lar... (read more)

Author: Kyle Hawk

263. Using the Benefits of a Live Shot Studio
April 28, 2016

Many news and broadcasting stations have come a long way in the past few years. News used to be simple, yet still informative. There weren’t a lot of special effects that made the news more interesting. Over time, technology has developed to increase the interest for viewers. Typically, live shot studios in NYC wanted more viewers, which in turn allowed stronger ratings. What Is a Live Shot? Many news stations have ventured out in trying different things to pique the interest in their target audience. Sitting at a desk with a setup that is visually pleasing to the eye isn’t alway... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

264. Manchester's Maggie Cancer Centre: where built form fosters healing!
April 28, 2016

Cancer patients across the UK will now have one more support system in terms of free practical, emotional and social support at the new Maggie’s Cancer Centre that has opened its doors in Manchester earlier today... Located across Britain and abroad, Maggie’s Centres are conceived to provide a welcoming ‘home away from home’ – a place of refuge, where people affected by cancer can find emotional and practical support, the new centre in the grounds of The Christie Hospital is designed by Lord Norman Foster, himself a cancer survivor. Inspired by the blueprint for a new type of care s... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

265. Is one part over-rated in almost any method?
April 27, 2016

What is one portion? Onepiece is the Japanese cartoon TV series that has taken the hearts of equally youngsters and adults aike. Having its special concept of the protagonist of his grosse goal to become the double of the buccaneers, Monkey DEBORAH Luffa’s body characteristics turning out to be that of the rubber and the line, the series simply has got the whole deal to attract anyone. Leisure that is assured is what it assures. Excessively happy or whether upset, One Piece just boosts your disposition that is excellent using Luffy’s goodnatured antics and stupidity. Overview of one item O... (read more)

Author: Mark Well

266. Origami and the art of fashion
April 25, 2016

The recently concluded Origami workshop for the NIFT students at Kangra, was a successful exploration of material behaviour and techniques; to some extent going beyond the physical realm to touch deeper nuances in design properties, presentation and the like... Architect, landscape designer and origami artist, Ankon Mitra has a keen interest in the geometry and mathematics of plants, trees and flowers. Through his initiative ‘Oritecture’ he is in continual exploration of linkages and uses of Origami in Design, Art and Architecture. His strong belief that art should freely interact and ... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

267. The very best web content articles are the one that's very easy to access
April 25, 2016

Web content can be difficult to produce. While designing an online site for your personal client, you might have taken plenty of responsibilities on your own hand. In the most part no websites online that fit in with firms actually get a lot of traffic, therefore you have to make sure whoever visits the websites has the message in the quickest way possible. It can be with this reasons that you must get media production houses Manchester to create a video for your personal website rather then actually putting up all of the web content and information about this company in text form. Being witho... (read more)

Author: Mark Well

268. The very best web content articles are the one that's very easy to access
April 25, 2016

Web content can be difficult to produce. While designing an online site for your personal client, you might have taken plenty of responsibilities on your own hand. In the most part no websites online that fit in with firms actually get a lot of traffic, therefore you have to make sure whoever visits the websites has the message in the quickest way possible. It can be with this reasons that you must get media production houses Manchester to create a video for your personal website rather then actually putting up all of the web content and information about this company in text form. Being witho... (read more)

Author: Mark Well

269. Breakthrough in glass construction: façade that mimics heritage building!
April 25, 2016

MVRDV completes Crystal Houses Amsterdam, a flagship store with a replica façade made entirely out of glass… The glass doors of Crystal Houses have opened to a visionary exploration into reimagining the possible uses of glass in construction. The entirely transparent façade of a high-end flagship store on Amsterdam’s up-market shopping street, PC Hooftstraat, uses glass bricks, glass window frames and glass architraves in a way to evoke the vernacular of the area with the goal to maintain the character of the site. The 620 sq.m. of retail and 220 sq.m. of housing, have been designed ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

270. Uber chic living
April 25, 2016

Interior designers Iryna Dzhemesiuk and Vitaliy Yurov design a luxury villa in one of the most beautiful areas on the coast of the island of Sardinia, Italy… Flanked by large panoramic windows that seamlessly usher in the scenic outdoors, the home breathes an aura of sumptuousness administered with caution. Why caution? Because what seems on the surface like a rather placid combination of brown and black is a carefully crafted exercise in anointing the interiors with a vocabulary that is uber chic and urbane. Playing with tonal variations of umber – in the drapes, sofa upholstery, d... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

271. Random Anime of the Week: SAO Abridged
April 23, 2016

Hello and welcome to this week's random anime of the week! This week we are taking a look at our very first parody series! This series, Sword Art Online Abridged, is a parody version of the official release. It is completely fan made by a group that calls themselves Something Witty Entertainment. The series is available on YouTube and is currently up to nine episodes, covering most of the Aincrad arc of the original series. Something Witty Entertainment has taken its viewers by heart with their creativity to take an already successful franchise, and create an outstanding parody that holds its ... (read more)

Author: Kyle Hawk

272. Jawahar Kala Kendra: Soulful Refurbishment
April 22, 2016

Studio SOUL is refurbishing the heritage beacon of Rajasthan – the Jawahar Kala Kendra, with a thoughtful conservation of its architectural character and the original architect’s lofty vision… As an important centre for contemporary Indian art and cultural activities, the legendary Jawahar Kala Kendra (1986-1981), Jaipur, designed by legendary Indian Architect Charles Correa, is undergoing revitalization with part restoration and part renovation at the hands of Mumbai-based Studio SOUL headed by architects Dhaval Malesha and Devendra Bawdane. Initiated in March 2015, phase I has just... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

273. Origami-inspired façade
April 22, 2016

Studio Ardete applies the Japanese art of origami to design a unified façade for two distinct buildings, establishing a brand identity for the client in addition to dispelling the mundane and grabbing eyeballs… The owner of a three-storey furniture factory-cum-display centre, with an integrated workshop, in an industrial area of Panchkula in Haryana sought a design solution that could visually connect his outfits as one entity. However, local by-laws necessitated that individual characteristics of the buildings be retained. So, working on the option of unifying the façade, Studio Ardete w... (read more)

Author: Udit Chaudhuri

274. The school of tomorrow
April 21, 2016

Compiled by Leah Linhares Photography: Maxime Brouillet; courtesy V2com Sainte-Anne Academy in Dorval, Canada is more a blank canvas for the students’ creativity than an interpretation of the designers’ imagination! IAnD explores… Focussed on reinventing the educational space, Taktik Design has raised the bar of institutional interiors with the transformation of an 1896 heritage building into a modern-day elementary school. The 1,20,000 sq. ft academy is designed entirely from the kids’ perspective: from room layouts to furniture design, where a smartly created efficient envir... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

275. Naizoshoku-Gaizoshoku: Applying biomimetics to product design!
April 19, 2016

Drawing from a biological process, designers Rajat Sodhi, Satoru Sugihara and Christoph Klemmt algorithmically carve out indoor architectural installations that define the operating maxims of an IT company in Beijing... Art manifests in myriad forms. It also draws on various life processes and altercations to derive its best-suited pathway to accomplish an aesthetic solution. Backed by the strength of technology, Orproject’s Rajat Sodhi in collaboration with Satoru Sugihara of ATLV and faculty of SciArc and Christoph Klemmt, who is also faculty at the University of Cincinnati has complete... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

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