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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

True-to-form Architecture, Landmark Reincarnate & more...

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‘Classic’ and ‘contemporary’, ‘old’ and ‘new’ are terms that have engaged our thoughts all of last week. As we cull through different sensibilities of design and attempt to comprehend the finer connotations of their various interpretations, we realize that there is that one elusive something that binds us together - generation after generation; epoch after epoch; revelling in the timeless qualities of timelessness.
We bring you examples from a bungalow by Ar. Bharathi Prem in South India, a partially restored-partially refurbished building in the historic centre of Milan and on the product front – an upcoming jewellery designer, who showcases an unusual bent of the old-new tenet. Almost in direct contrast, and averring to trendy mind sets and up-to-the-minute design sensibilities, we bring you a review of the on-going Head-to-Toe exhibition in London!
Enjoy your read.
Warmly,
Savitha Hira
Editor





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Projects
True-to-form Architecture
Characterized by a play of volumes, Anand Dham in South India is a contemporary-styled villa with integral traditional connects.
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Signature
From Royalty to Commons

Jewellery designer Vasundhara Mantri creates exquisite pieces that are a beautiful amalgamation of the traditional with the contemporary.
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Global Hop

Projects


Considered ahead of its time even in the 1960s, when it was first built, the Palazzo Campari building, Milan is today a refurbished modern wrap, delineating its advanced features as obsolete…
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Ideas

Top milliners and shoe designers explore the craft process and skill behind the drama, impact and, often, fun of hats and shoes at the opening of Crafts Council galleries at London this week…
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