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Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Mazda’s speed sculpture; marrying kitsch-industrial design; announcing Monsoon Special Issue and more

                       

Life has so much to offer. Every other day, we come across messages of positivity and encouragement, character strength and motivation; but frankly, do we really need them? Isn’t life simply beautiful, day-after-day? Team IAnD decided to celebrate the moment by collating a Monsoon Special Issue bringing you tips and tricks to stay buoyant and busting some popular myths in addition to a host of special interest features! Starting tomorrow, you will see one thematic feature published every day. Make sure, you don’t miss out on any!!

This week rounds up speedy celebration as we bring you 2015’s mega-sculpture by Indian-born Gerry Judah for the Goodwood Festival of Speed besides talking about trendy restaurants, hotels and office and home interiors and also a beautifully conceptualised piece of street furniture.

Enjoy the issue and stay tuned in to our Monsoon Special Issue. Au revoir,

Warmly,
SavithaHira
Editor
 
 
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Racing on the Edge
Gerry Judah of Indian origin catapults speed to the skies with his proactive public art at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2015 that wrapped up in June end 2015 in West Sussex, England...
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Inditerrain
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  Fusion Decor
  Working around the palates of the two cuisines it fuses - PunChin restaurant in Pimpri, Pune uses a kitsch-industrial approach that is very in-your-face...
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  Splitting space to make space
  Collage Architecture Studio fulfills the aspirations of a family in Bengaluru with an unmistakably open and engaging home in a tight plot of 1200 sq. ft...
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  Ideas
  Whimsical Street Furniture
  INTERSTICE Architects' “Sunset Parklet” - compact street furniture - is a highly durable, low-tech construction, whimsical and engaging concept...
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  Projects
  Minimalist and Modern
  Arte Charpentier Architectes designs and builds the new Thales head office in Paris in tandem with the company's hi-profile products, brand image and ambitions...
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  Cosy and Comfortable
  Emma Donnersberg Interiors and Michel Amar design Hotel Royal in Saint Germain, Paris, marrying classicism of the 1950's with eclecticism of the 2000s!
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  Saying it with Alphabets
  Award-winning Spanish creative consultancy, Masquespacio has recently reworked on the brand image and interiors of Acadèmia Altimira... 
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