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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Asymmetric brick arches, Multi-functionality & adaptive reuse, Ceramics – art or craft? & more...

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We seem to run through a variety of topics, discussions, projects etc., in the quest to bring you an interesting mixed fare each week. From serious debates to fun-filled learnings, our office and heads are abuzz with multiple aspects of art and design. Sifting through these, we got talking to Ar. Samira Rathod, whose intriguing out-of-box school concept caught more than our eye.   

IAnD invites you to send in your feedback, comments and asides to the big question – can we actually build and sustain an asymmetrical brick arch?


Our other stories too question – is the art-craft divide justified? Can upcycling design strategies be successfully propagated?

We look forward to hearing from all of you on all the above.

Warmly,
Savitha Hira
Editor

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Asymmetric brick arches, anyone?
Use of asymmetric arches and lopsided vaults in elevation. IAnD and Mumbai-based Ar. Samira Rathod open to debate an exploration of design – the asymmetrical brick arch and its feasibility factors…
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Ceramics - art or craft?
Auroville-based artist Adil Writer talks to IAnD about his tryst with ceramic art… 
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Multi-functionality & Adaptive Reuse

When it comes to ideas for design and decor, sometimes the simplest are the most effective; like this rotating bookcase made out of recycled material, espousing a dual purpose multi-functionality as well as adaptive reuse…
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When it comes to ideas for design and decor, sometimes the simplest are the most effective; like this rotating bookcase made out of recycled material, espousing a dual purpose – multi-functionality as well as adaptive reuse

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