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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

'Invisible Architecture' signature Ar. Shigeru Ban; Bespoke Retail Design by Studio Osmosis; Urban Greenery and more

                       
Newness is a part of our everyday aspirations. Whether in our surroundings, our wardrobe, or even in the way we set out to shop for them.
The designer flagship, Gazal's Panache by Studio Osmosis is a discerning exercise in bespoke retail; while the House for Trees brings in greenery into our urban areas. 
A renewed focus on glass art in Venice; 'invisible architecture' a la Shigeru Ban and more for you in this issue. 
Enjoy the read
Warmly,
Savitha Hira
Editor
 
 
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Inditerrain
  Projects
  Punch & Panache
  Despite being flanked by prominent garment and jewellery stores in an upscale shopping district of Bhelupur,  designer boutique Gazal's Panache stands out for ...
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  Ideas
  Wood in Interiors - Can we do without it?
  Just how important is wood in our ever-changing attitudes and practices in designing interiors? IAnD finds out...
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Global Hop
  Projects
  Aspen Art Museum, Colorado
  Ar. Shigeru Ban's Aspen Art Museum sits in a glass box wrapped in a wooden lattice frame, upheld by the architect's reinventive design approach...
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  Reviews
  Contemporary Glass Art - VITRARIA Glass +A Museum
  Venice has a new museum - a stunning 16th century Palazzo Barbarigo Nani Mocenigo dedicated to the world of glass in its most unexpected forms.
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  Thought n Impact
  House for Trees .
  Vo Trong Nghia Architects, Vietnam restore the charm of tropical neighbourhoods in the highly urbanized heart of Ho Chi Minh City through their one-of-a-kind project ...
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