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Keeping Cool With Beehive

Ant Studio’s passive cooling alternative to air-conditioning is energy efficient and aids in reducing the carbon footprint. While the world is steadfastly working towards fighting global warming and energy crisis, India is still a step behind. India is one of the top polluters contributing around 4.9% of greenhouse gas emissions, and additionally, our building industry …

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Creating New Business Opportunities

Besides showcasing a smorgasbord of products for its interior design customers, MAISON&OBJET also connects the industry professional to retailers from all around the globe. The MAISON&OBJET exhibition welcomed 84,236 visitors, including 46,356 French and 37,880 international visitors from 160 countries. 2910 brands presented their latest creations Dividing the fair into two hubs, Maison and Objet, …

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Mumbai Port Reloaded

Mumbai Port Trust’s grandiose vision to develop the Eastern Waterfront is possibly the last hope citizens of Mumbai have to get the much needed public spaces and amenities that they so desperately lack. The Mumbai Port Trust area spans about 10 kms along the Eastern Waterfront and is one of the best waterfront properties located …

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Forgotten Heroes

A fitting tribute to a forgotten art-style; Art Nouveau, showcased at a photography exhibition that displays landmark buildings of that era. Art Nouveau is an international style of art, architecture and applied art that peaked and developed in Belgium in the 1890’s and was prevalent up to World War One. Art Nouveau embraces a wide …

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Reshaping Architecture

Bjarke Ingel’s newest building compels us to make the equivalent of Sophie’s choice between climbing up to it and skiing down from it! Despite his often rigid profession, the forty three year old Bjarke Ingels is not necessarily known for his subtleties and his online persona reflects this irony. Recently having celebrated his birthday, his …

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The Biennale Architettura 2018

Discovering and exhibiting spectacular talents from the world of architecture, the Venice Biennale steps into its 16th edition with riveting displays. Architecture is one of the most inventive professions. The outreach of this artform/science has grown substantially over the years. More events and exhibitions are being introduced globally that are creating an interaction on a …

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Fenestrative Affairs

From peaked roofs to reclaimed fenestrations, these projects give rise to a new normal for fenestrations and facades. Architecture and design in India has heightened to unimaginable levels. With the rising population, there is also a rise in talent on a large scale. Earlier what could be deemed as the cons of design are now …

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What’s On Your Wall?

A jaw-dropping confluence of technology and décor resulting in surfaces with astonishing attributes. In a world where we have more vertical space than horizontal, the only way out is up! Gone are the days when floors, walls and furniture were treated with the same mundane finishes that made up a home. With surfaces making their …

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In Plumb

Upcoming trends and game-changing products to keep in tune with growing demands and requirements in today’s bath industry. Over the past decade, bathrooms have risen from their utilitarian roots and blossomed into luxurious sanctuaries where we can escape the pressures of modern life. Refreshing a bathroom doesn’t always require a total overhaul; it can be …

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Down To Earth

Biju Bhaskar revives indigenous wisdom while promoting the Indian way of learning architecture. India is in the throes of a planning frenzy and several smart cities are on the anvil. The country’s property boom besides being hungry for sand, iron, cement and water is quickly obliterating any nuances that existed in traditional design to address …

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