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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Set Design or Structural Architecture? Cultural metaphors in Architecture; Spatial relationships; Ephemeral Art & more.

                       

The entertainment industry continues to improvise with technological and aesthetic evolutions that leave audiences spellbound. It isn’t just the volume or the extravagance that amazes; it is the perceptive stage treatments, the scenography that leaves us impressed!

Little ideas correlate with big ones as we explore a week of ephemeral art and architecture with Wuhan’s new inclusions, King Lear theatre and of course the ice hotel! The features explore varying degrees of creativity, materiality and user-perception. Apart from the entertainment and hospitality arenas, even our feature on residential design engages with and explores space and its multi-dimensional concepts.

Enjoy the treat!

Warmly,
Savitha Hira
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