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Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Open-plan spaces for better wellbeing| contemporary design with a strong cultural bent| themed interiors | and more

                       

Design sensibilities have no pertinent definition. Approaches change with shifting priorities, user profiles, lifestyles... Our stories this week highlight different design sensibilities: from juggling space in a Paris apartment, opening it up to bespoke multifunctional spaces; architecture following an organic form inspired by the peacock - not just for aesthetic appeal but to optimise interior and exterior vistas; a relook at opening up spaces for a nursery school; design that draws from cultural heritage; and works out solutions to recreate a cultural vibe, despite constraints.

A wholesome issue, we cover diverse fine details that you may be able to use - as a professional or a self- initiator.

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Mahindra Club in Chennai is the perfect place to 'relax-refresh-rejuvenate'!
Drawing inspiration from the majestic Peacock, the IGBC-LEED Gold rated Mahindra World City Club in the culturally rich city of Kanchipuram is designed as a tranquil retreat to enhance the communal fabric of its residents...
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  Projects
  'Small' is the new beautiful with experiential eateries in Mumbai
  Designers Dhruv Seth and Namrata Kaur of Studio Node prove their versatility at transforming two mundane spaces into quirky attractive eateries...
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  IAnD Exclusive
  Gen Next gets a slice of history via re-purposing native Indian crafts
  Product designers Sahil Bagga and Sarthak Sengupta in a candid interview with IAnD reveal how they layer cultural nuances to empower gen next...
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  Projects
  This open-plan home in Paris has shades of country living!
  A home speaks a lot about its inhabitants but this three-level habitat tells a tale not only about its residents and but also about its architects...
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  Denmark School underlines of role of architecture in stimulating growth
  Denmark School wins WAN Award2 016 from six high calibre projects that showcase a remarkable range of the best in international educational design...
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  Thought n Impact
  Children learn from surrounding nature at Amanenomori Nursery School, Japan
  Ar. Kensuke Aisaka designs a nursery school in Funabashi city, Japan, where children get to observe and learn from nature; nourish their responsiveness and ability to think...
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