Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Ever heard of undulating bookshelves?!| China’s Porcelain Art Museum has poetry in form| Shabnam Gupta is at it again – repurposing quirk with a flourish!| and more

Gorgeous sea views, whitewashed walls and a nature-inspired design make this apartment in Mumbai a cocoon of calm…
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Dear IAnDians,

Architecture is the mother of all arts. There is rhythm in form. There is a palpable experience that a space communicates. That's why we say, this place has good vibes... Such are the spaces that we've brought you this week.

Most recommended and highly sculptural, is the museum of porcelain art in Sanbaopeng, China. You can feel the rhythm, the almost transient touch of the moulding clay... in the walls, the chiaroscuro, the play of lines and curves...

Moving to the other projects, there is the public library, again in China, with its unique undulating bookshelves that constitute its interior envelope. A dynamic statement, unlike the regular notion of a public library!

While these spaces mesmerise you with their poetic structures, designer Shabnam Gupta repurposes quirk with a flourish as she brings warmth and eclectic flair to a home by the sea. As the trending story, this not only shows you how disparate things can be harmoniously matched; but also reinstates that design is personal. Very personal.

Chew on that, until we see you with more inspiring stuff next week.

Savitha Hira




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Minimalist, sculptural…
MVRDV in collaboration with local architects TUPDI has completed the Tianjin Binhai Library, a 33,700 sq. m. cultural centre in China, featuring a luminous spherical auditorium around which floor-to-ceiling bookcases cascade…
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Romanticism at its best!
This collection of porcelain art in Jingdezhen, the porcelain capital of China is a breath-taking sight of ingenuity – the Sanbao Art Museum!
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Minimalist, sculptural…
A minimal architectural intervention in a garden, by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos materializes as a 70 sq. m. guest pavilion, an extension to a residential project by the studio in Valencia, Spain.
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“This sculpture has brains!”
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