Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Romanticising Moghul Art - Vol II Issue 1

There is an uncanny emotional chord that connects the old with the new. There are so many diverse lessons that can be learned from the rich texts of Indian mythology, history, and the evolving cultural makeup. And the best part about this is that many a tenet can be applied even in the context of the present day, albeit with diligent thought and channelled insight.

Our stories this week veer from the rich Mogul art by Jewellery designer Roopa Vora to sustainable architecture by Ar. Abin Chaudhuri. And stealing the limelight is Ben Rousseau’s Wine Cellar, which is an exercise in space maximization.

Keep me posted.

Until next week, Warmly,Savitha HiraEditor


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Every once in while, we come across a project that stands apart for its treatment, its form-function integration, its climatic susceptibility, its contextual nuances.... Read more..

Reputed revivalist and patron of art, jewellery designer Roopa Vohra’s distinctive treatment of the rare craft of Thewa incorporated into the innovative concept of Naqaashi has penned a unique success story in Indian classic jewellery design. Thewa is the craft... Read more..


A simple gesture of inviting your guest to select his choice of wine from your bar is transformed into an interesting ritual with an auto-glow wine cellar… Read more..


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