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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Jawahar Kala Kendra revitalised| Origami – much more than paper art | Coastal Sardenia’s luxury villa| Tomorrow’s spaces| and more

                       

There is a holistic approach to design. Increasingly, seamlessness is being nurtured. Crossovers are being engineered. The focus is on accomplishing something new, something different.

It is not a mindset wanting to break free; neither does this seemingly new trend of sorts stem from a rejection of hitherto practised design processes or methodologies. It is but a response to contemporary times, attempting to keep pace with unexplored iterations.

So we have the art of origami fusing with the built form as facade; fusing with attire in fashion design; we have spaces emoting – as in the school for tomorrow and the sensitive cancer centre in Manchester; we also see character sensitivity in the renovation exercise at Jawahar Kala Kendra.

If on one hand, we see a world of misery, cruelty, brazenness; on another, there surely exists compassion and humaneness. In creativity lies equanimity.

We look forward to your feedback.

Warmly,
Savitha Hira
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