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Refresh With Maison&Objet

Globally renowned Maison&Objet returns to walk us through its surreal showcase of spectacular talent. eptember in Paris brought along another attractive reason to visit in addition to the fall – Maison&Objet! Yes, the design entity with world renowned prowess was back for its fall edition with brand new liaisons. Split into two main divisions – …

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Poolicious

Aptly named ‘A lone pebble in the grass’ by the architects, a pool house, true to its name, stands distinct, looks beautiful and yet, blends in. n a country where space is usually a constraint and families are larger, pool houses are very nearly unheard of, especially in busy metros. This doesn’t stop 42mm Architecture …

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Salvaging Is In Style

India’s first shipping container hostel located in the stunning Sahyadri range on the hills of Panchgani. In the design world where there is a rise in general awareness of re-using and re-purposing materials, a number of unorthodox, yet ingenious structures are being introduced nearly every day. Zostel is a known brand of youth hostels located …

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Adulating Undulations

An award winning tree-house inspired holiday home with a stunning undulating roof built on stilts. There just isn’t enough green in the world. With swanky villas and seven star hotels, we seem to have lost touch with properties that are one with nature and can provide us a customized one-of-a-kind experience as opposed to the ‘mass …

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The Pink Zebra

With an eclectic new approach, the Renesa Architects have altered one of the oldest buildings of Kanpur into a magical restaurant. Dreaming of taking a tour across Wes Anderson’s extravagant and quirky sets? Renesa Architects have come up with a design for a restaurant that will give you the feel of walking through one of …

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The Unraveling Of Enigma

A strange and highly secretive world of culinary amusement that reinvents the way people go to restaurants. Conceptualized by world renowned experimental chef Albert Adrià, and spearheaded by Pritzker prize winners RCR Architects, Enigma is an extremely elusive and singular restaurant nestled amongst Adrià’s six other eateries in an unfashionable area of Barcelona. True to …

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Live Life ‘Swartz’ Size

Space planning – a necessity in metros to make small houses livable. With the rise in urbanism, the population in the cities is increasing. People come to cities in search of jobs and a better lifestyle. To provide a proper living space to them, the number of apartments getting constructed is increasing which in turn …

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One Kitchen Options Galore

Nolte Neo modules can be combined and matched in any preferred way to the particular spatial situation. Great kitchen designs come not only from great products, but from the details. Loaded with innovative features and varied solutions for smart storage, Nolte kitchens gives you a truly unique range called ‘Neo’ which as the name suggests, …

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Carved In A Cave

A terrace restaurant created inside a natural cave allowing for one of the world’s most unique dining experiences. Italy is home to the greatest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world. High art and monuments are to be found everywhere around the country. Its great cities of art history, like Rome, Venice and …

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Caving In

This new-age brick cave is a creative response to Vietnam’s constantly changing urban environment. Located in a suburban neighbourhood of Hanoi which has been witnessing rapid urbanization in the recent years, H & P Architects spearheaded this project as a rebellious response to this context. They had a different idea of how to build a …

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