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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Architecture as a Career Option - Vol II Issue 2

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I have time and again tried to make meaning of Frank Lloyd Wright’s opinion that Form and Function should be one, joined in a spiritual union. While various projects have typically offered different degrees of explanation, the Naka House by Xten Architecture offers yet another. Like a sculpture emerging from the mountainside, here form and function blend in eloquent solitude, evoking an emotional combine.


Holding this thought in an exclusive interview is ace Indian architect Sanjay Puri  as ‘exploring & experiencing spaces, forms’ is his core advise to the aspiring students of architecture. And on a similar note of introspection, interior designer Lalit Hira gets candid about the state of fine art, as he urges fellow designers and the layman to encourage true talent for what it is worth and overlook the fancy tag...

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Warmly,Savitha HiraEditor




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