Wednesday, August 9, 2017

An efficient edifice with a parametric facade| Revolving pedestrian bridge in Mongolia| Your table and its escapades| and more

Design and engineering merge, as science meets art in an algorithmic facade for an industrial building in Gurgaon…
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Dear IAnDians,

Our focus this week is on the marriage of technology and engineering in architecture. Hitherto complex processes, complicated design features... challenges that inspired, pushed, even surpassed great hurdles to live triumphantly thereafter, continue their measure of excitement and pizzazz - albeit, in a different avatar. The rush of adrenaline that a design challenge brings is now probably doubled as the challenge is further challenged by the use of appropriate technology. We speak of computational design that is increasingly becoming an inevitable part of everyday design. Whether it is the very complex revolving solar sail bridge design by Ar. Margot Krasojević or a simple beautifying intervention in the facade by ratLAB, the strong precedent here is that with the computer-assist program, the advantages stand loftily apart. So, are we progressing to newer ways of channeling our creative pursuits? Or is it just the simple old adage, 'what goes around, comes around' making a conscious comeback?

Think about it. It runs deep. Awaiting your comments and feedback...

Savitha Hira




Table-scapes: the decorative side of the table!
The side table has evolved from an age of anonymity to becoming a highlight feature in the living room. Here are some table-scapes to rejuvenate your ideas-box…
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Bring home the drama!
A bungalow in New Delhi by Nomita Kohli of Wisma Atria Interiors has created an impactful space that seems straight out of a Bollywood set!
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The Italian classic turns on its head (Part 2)
Margot Krasojević Architects’ latest design of a bridge in Mongolia, appears like a robotic mythical bird and is a flexible structure that can be manipulated at will…
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Understated drama!
Design firm, Solis Betancourt & Sherrill renovates a pre-war home to create a colourful pied-à-terre that could highlight the client’s collection of Latin American art.
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