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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Building from Sound Waves , Luxurious Living, Housing in Urban Density, za bor Architects & more

                       

Speaking of personalized spaces, one gets a peek into a variety of mindsets, lifestyles… The Mumbai duplex that the fluid sculptural staircase as its piece de resistance; the gym and IT office with the their signature colours; the sound waves translated building – Sound Cloud; what luxury means to each of us… all veer towards the fact that there is no single definition of ‘design’. Design is simply many things to many people; or even many things to the same person.

On this contemplative note, enjoy the issue and continue to mail us your feedback.

Warmly,
Savitha Hira
Editor

 
 
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  Personalized Ethos
  Evolving design sensibilities are truly taking over, blurring boundaries in a holistic global outlook; as seen in this apartment in Mumbai, designed by a firm in Mexico...
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  Luxury in Residential Interiors
  An amalgamation of the words, 'luxury' and 'high-end' generates an uber chic interaction in today's world of avant garde interiors...
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Global Hop

  Projects
  Arvo Part Sound Cloud
  With common elements: pitch, rhythm, dynamics, and the sonic qualities of timbre and texture, Sound Cloud is a symphonic embodiment of music...
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  Projects
  Spirited Formations by za bor Architects
   Moscow-based za bor architects showcase a signature design style that draws one into its abstract sculptural folds through a strong palette of colour and form... 
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  Housing in Urban Density
  In its design for the housing project CJ5, Caramel Architects tackle the question of sustainable urban density on the outskirts of Vienna...
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