Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Buildings as sculptural works of art| Reinventing Bandhini as a contemporary style statement| Working with classic forms| and more

Sanjay Puri Architects create organic spaces – both, inside and outside - this 800-room students’ hostel, which takes its cue from the contextual language of its vicinity – the old city streets of Mathura in India….
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Dear IAnDians,

There is a sculptural quality to his buildings. That Ar. Sanjay Puri is an artist, only adds to his sensibilities of design and perception. His recent outing - The Street - which he says, takes inspiration from the streets of the old city of Mathura, has a depth that is perhaps unexpected of a hostel building.

The overlapping interplay in the structure; the climatically inclined openings; and the use of colour...all aver to the chiselling that a sculptor uses as his most benign tool.

But this architect's contribution is not all that makes this week's issue exciting. We have a tall, climatically-sensitive high rise by none other than stalwarts UNStudio - another unique response to context. The abstract interaction of form juxtaposed with streamlined adroitness speaks handsomely of the ingenuity of the architects.

And of course, there are other stories too... enjoy the read and get back to us with your thoughts...

Savitha Hira




Classic-contemporary fusion!
Studio Ardete designs a contemporary row house in Haryana, minutely integrating the water-jet CNC cutting technique into its interiors…
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Bandhini goes Boho Chic!
The classic bandhini breezes in sorbet hues and stylish accents to spice up ensembles this season…
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Not just another high-rise!
The Canaletto Tower’s design by UNStudio, located in the vibrant London borough of Islington, is a unique response to the context…
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First wooden free-form houses Museum of Bread!
COOP HIMMELB(L)AU designed PANEUM – Wunderkammer des Brotes is the first wooden building in free form!
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