Wednesday, May 11, 2016

How far will architecture adopt technology? |Fond memories of late artist A A Raiba| How to have new furniture everyday | and more

We are all in the throes of constantly emerging technologies, where tools are taking over the entire process of communication, facilitating speedy, effective coordination that directly promotes productivity. Yet, in this rat race for the better and then the best, are we actually complicating our lives or simplifying them? Are we losing the pleasures of personal interaction with the so-called hi-tech communication strategies that impersonally get the ball rolling? Is that the only end goal – productivity?! Chew on it.

Lap up some excellent design stories with Smarin’s DIY furniture kit, a plush home in the Big Apple and a plush office in Kolkata; besides getting to know more about how NBBJ Architects are developing virtual and augmented reality tools for optimum architectural building construction.

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