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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Power Packed – Vol II Issue 21

We have literally touched upon all our verticals - art, decor, design and architecture this week. From taking you through children’s designer Kajal Gaba’s decor options specifically for pre-teens to furniture designer Chris Martin’s India visit, where he has worked with local craftspeople, to Ar. Jaisim’s profound philosophy on architecture, we revel in the artistry that  defines and underlines all of the above.

With this month’s special on Ar. Jaisim, we have done some idealistic truth-seeking that extends beyond the echelons of architecture to envelop one as a whole. If you’ve missed any of his features – process, project or his academic views, tune in...
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Warmly,Savitha Hira
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There have been a zillion sunrises and yet each one is as astounding as the one before and after. It is not the material content or the structural fantasies that make great spaces. It is something more… Click to read more..







Choosing the right soft furnishings for your pre-teens can contribute to smoothening out the crinkles of the growing years. Spot pointers to a quick makeover: “Pink is for girls & blue is for boys”... Click to read more..




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Furniture designer Chris Martin speaks to IAnD about his design sensibilities on his recent visit to Ahmedabad and his hands-on work with... Click to read more..





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