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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Round Up of London Design Festival 2014; Zero-energy House by Snohetta; Award-winning Glass House by Moriq Architects & more

                       
One may ask, why there is so much emphasis on design? Design and business; design and management; design and industrial growth… Clearly the equation balances out, when we get better informed at international design fairs that open up new avenues to thinking, assimilating, strategizing… Our team came back from the London Design Festival 2014 rejuvenated with fresh insight into the all-pervading domain of design! Do check out what they have to say.

In our regular fare, we see that climate and the built form are integrally related. Two beautiful projects illustrate this – the award winning ‘glass house’ by Hyderabad-based Moriq architects and the zero-energy house by Snohetta. And of course, there’s more.

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Savitha Hira
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  All-season House
  Standing out for its striking facade, this award-winning 'twin sloped roof' bungalow is primarily designed to adapt the home to Bahrain's harsh climate... 
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  Birdsong Cafe - Rustic Charm
  Samir Raut and Amit Mayekar design the Birdsong Cafe in suburban Mumbai as a contextual response to the surrounding heritage precinct...
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Global Hop

  Reviews
  London Design Festival - Reaching Out or Searching Within?
  As the buzz of the London Design Festival that has just concluded last night, continues in hushed...
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  Projects
  Open Plan - House-in-house Loft
  Army barracks transform into a plush open-plan home, where warm natural materials and colours find a corresponding analogy...
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  Thought n Impact
  The Elastic Perspective
  Paradoxes have given birth to many a deep thought and creatives have often exploited this to emerge with yet another actuating philosophy in life...
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  Projects
  Green Architecture -The Zero Energy Building
  The zero-energy-building (ZEB) pilot project in Norway  is conceptualized as a single family house, which sees a categoric amalgamation of architecture and... 
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