Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Threads of sensitivity at Kochi Biennale | Decoding computational geometry| Channelling green tones in your wardrobe for 2017| and more


Dear IAnDians,

As we strive to bring you a daily dose of inspiration from the myriad design happenings around the world, we introduce to you a new segment called ‘insight’ starting today. Checking out the increasingly noticeable organic forms in modern building design, we speak to Ar. Vignesh Kaushik as the expert for the first installment in this segment - the niche topic of parametric design or computational geometry. Every fortnight, we shall touch base with a new expert to decode an interesting element in the gamut of built typologies. Do send in your feedback on this. We value it immensely.

Besides, our issue this week brings to you a spattering from the fashion, art, and interior worlds with a highlight on the ‘Tower of Wood’ by the young and dynamic Ar. Hermann Kamte.

Enjoy your read!

Savitha Hira
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Decoding Computational Geometry
With a marked spate in iconic architecture and organic built forms that hold us in awe, IAnD talks to Vignesh Kaushik, Architect & Computational Designer of WOWAD to understand the basics of computational design.
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  Channelling green tones in your wardrobe this year!
  Pantone has declared the colour of the year for 2017 and we're delighted to tell you that it's 'greenery'! Here's how you can add the easy-breezy shade to your wardrobe!
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  Threads of sensitivity at Kochi Biennale
  IAnD talks to three Biennale artists to discover the creative processes behind their works for the thematic 'Forming in the pupil of an eye'...
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  Eco-skyscraper: Lagos' all-wood tower!
  The City above the City in Lagos, Africa by Hermann Kamte & Associates sets out to change the trend of skyscrapers with an experimental smart tall building!
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  This home in the scenic woods is one with nature!
  House Rheder II in Germany stands for essential living in a natural setting. Crisp, minimal furniture meets contemporary architecture...
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