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Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Restraint in Design – Vol II Issue 20

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Space, as Ar. Jaisim says, is vocal. It initiates a private dialogue with the designer, the inhabitants and the visitors. So, irrespective of the fact that the architect or designer has the complete freedom to chisel it as he wills (see the diverse disciplines – tax museum to a bungalow to an institution on a hillock); in view of the distinctive responses that the space would elicit, he exercises a restraint in design that gives the project its defining edge. 
How does the architect/designer arrive at this threshold? Is it instinctual? Or is it circumspect? Well, we leave you to that thought as you browse through three diverse projects – each a case in point. 
Happy reading & Happy Independence Day.
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Warmly,Savitha Hira
Editor 

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