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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Ar. Zaha Hadid, Sanitas Studio, Ar. Kayzad Shroff, M-style Inc. & more

                       
Tastes change, people change, lifestyles change… Change is inescapable; it is the very essence we live by. Whether or not, we acknowledge our heritage and glory in it as Ar. Ajay Sonar has experienced in his recent Paper Museum project at Pune; or as people crave for a second home in order to get away from the humdrum of routine a la beach house by Ar. Kayzad Shroff; or the vertical greenery we seek; or the niche taste of freshly brewed beer we indulge in… our senses crave the new and the newness.

Enjoy your read – this week the tab is on ‘novel & novelty’!

Warmly,
Savitha Hira
Editor
 
 
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  Heritage
  Hand-made Paper Museum, Pune
  Designing the Paper Museum in Pune has been an opportunity to connect with a glorious past and develop a recreational space...
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  Projects
  One with Nature
  The words 'second home' take on just the right nuances as this beatific beach house unravels itself to its busy metropolitan...
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  Projects
  District 6 Micro-Brewery, Bangalore
  Beer is not just another drink; it's an experience! The new micro-brewery 'District 6' in Bangalore...
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  Projects
  Arresting Landscape Design
  Conceived as a meeting point between natural and man-made, the landscape design for Wyne Sukhumvit condominiums...
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  Signature
  Zaha Hadid at Salone del Mobile 2014
  Blurring the lines between abstraction and function, Ar. Zaha Hadid launches four products at the Salone del Mobile 2014...
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