Wednesday, March 2, 2016

The magic of an undefined form| Lucknow to get a Memorial Gate soon| Revive the Style Diva in you with 5 designers from LFW 2016| and more


Man is a gregarious creative. He designs, conceptualises, works hard with the ultimate aim of sharing. Interactivity is key and our stories this week feature this practicable, emotional and binding social connect via design. Irrespective of the methodology at play – subtractive design, ecological footprint, clever camouflage or whatever... the bottom line stands out – habitable spaces need to foster camaraderie and innate growth.

From the cultural highs of Tainan in Taiwan, and the educational icon in Tokyo, through the high-street ramp walks of the London Fashion Week to the revisiting Indian pages of history with the Lucknow Memorial Gate in the making, we bring you diverse features that can regale you with snippy conversational material.

Have a super read and engage in some intellectual musings...

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Meeting the challenge of small and linear!
Bengaluru’s Lemirado restaurant designed by Kamat & Rozario Architecture rises to the challenge of linear-small (approx.460 sq ft) via its simple, organic yet chic footprint…
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  Lucknow Memorial Gate: An ecologically viable footprint!
  Archohm exemplifies an ecological footprint with a subtractive approach in the design of the proposed Lucknow Memorial Gate...
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  5 Designers who will resurrect the style diva in you!
  Amidst the excitement and celebration around the just-concluded London Fashion Week 2016, IAnD lists 5 designers, who can make you style conscious this year!
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  Tainan Public Library: symbolic cultural connect!
  Natural materials like stone and wood, rational yet elegant structural lines and a sensitive use of light characterize Tainan Public Library's timeless design...
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  When the building speaks to the community
  In the midst of a packed neighbourhood, Tomoyuki Kurokawa Architects give the Tokyo Institute of Technology, a Silicon-Valley-touch...
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