Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Design Thinking: Behind the Scenes - Vol II Issue 15

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Why do we read? Simply put, to set forth on an imaginary sojourn - into varied spheres, fulfilling that tiny wistful facet of our subconscious that aspires for many things, many times, all the time.

Umang Huthesing plays on this fickleness of human character as he revives royal silhouettes and embellishments into a contemporary avatar, turning the blood purple with fervour and giving the ego a satiating boost. Different things work for different people. Changing trends in corporate design throw light on this aspect as workplace ethics and corporate culture take a progressive turn expressively and in the flesh.

And in our Ezine Special, Ar. Jim Olson’s ongoing residential project highlights the chisel in the thought process behind its architecture, design and décor.  

Warmly, Savitha HiraEditor


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The Durbar Collection of garments by fashion aficionado and royal cultural attaché Umang Hutheesing holds universal appeal in formal and semi-formal evening wear...  Click to Read more..

“Spaces that inspire rather than soothe” is the operating mantra as corporate India gears up to compete on the global platform feels Ar. Krupa Zubin.  Mumbai-based... Click to Read more..



Ar. Jim Olson’s residential dwelling in a Californian hillside exudes his archetypal communiqué with site and surrounding, climate and culture… Click to Read more..


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