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Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Addressing social problems thru’ architecture| Top fashion designers speak on trends to ditch/ keep in 2017| Bblunt’s interior footprint| and more

                       

Dear IAnDians,

We are signing off this year with tons of hope for a brighter, bigger, more evolved 2017. We’ve hand-picked stories for you that endorse fortitude and gratification in a same breath. Mobile homes and disaster control construction as examples of evolution in the built form around us are ably supplemented with inescapable fashion trends that willy-nilly bog us, no matter who we are! They seem to be the barometers of a social decree that we all unwarrantedly cater to.

So ring in the New Year. Party hard and have loads of fun. We will soon see you with some newer exciting stories.

Wishing you a very warm, joyous, energizing and successful 2017!

Cheers!
Savitha Hira
Editor
 
 
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