Wednesday, October 5, 2016

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Dear IAnDians,

Hurrah! Team IAnD is thoroughly enjoying the countdown to our much-awaited Diwali Special Issue. With a thematic on ‘glamour’, we have been increasingly finding out that it means different things to different people.

So, starting tomorrow, we celebrate Diwali preps with you by bringing you a pot pourri of all things glamorous that will transform your personal space into a style statement – bespoke, individualistic, ‘simply you’!

Making it special, we have Kolkata’s Ar. Rupande Shah as our Design Expert addressing a design/decor related question-a-day. Added to our ongoing campaign #MySpaceMyPride, which has people sharing their quaint spaces each day, we urge you – the designers too - to share your spaces with us. Just send in one image to or better still, post it on your FB, Instagram or Twitter accounts. Either ways, don’t forget to hashtag it with #MySpaceMyPride 


Stay tuned in; and in the meanwhile, enjoy this issue packed as always with something for everyone.

Savitha Hira

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Luxury in the sky!
Renesa Architecture Design Interiors Studio's uber luxurious 12,000 sq.ft. penthouse in Gurgaon abounds with an eclectic palette of colour, materials, installations and artifacts...
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  Play of light!
  Mumbai-based architecture and interior design studio, Spirit uses light and its magical effects as the mainstay of this Vadodara office...
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  Home in the sky!
  Ar. Masahiko Sato of Architect Show creates a home with an enclosed outdoor space midway in the air, in Fukuoka Prefecture, China...
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  Limited Edition Motorcycles
  What does it take to create a product that is hailed as the most beautiful piece of work? It needs a guiding principle that gives form to simplicity by eliminating the clutter!
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  Model of sustainable stadium design!
  55,000-seat innovatively designed Singapore’s National Stadium led by architects and engineers from Arup, is a model for future sustainable stadium design…
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