Showing posts with label Vol V Issue 27. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Vol V Issue 27. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

The Big Dome and Jorge Yulo Architects| LSDA’s landscaped water bodies at Udaipur| Moshe Safdie’s Habitat67 gets a new look and more


Design Gurus have left their mark. These stalwarts continue to inspire with their pioneering efforts in thinking out-of-the-box: Francesco Borromini’s manipulation of depth; Mies Van Der Rohe’s ‘less is more’ idiom; Moshe Safdie’s Habitat67 and a whole lot more... leave us feeling that there isn’t much in terms of thinking-design that we have achieved. Yes, taken further from what was, a whole lot further, but not really pioneered!

This week, we have collated for you a few projects that reflect these sensibilities and transform a space intriguingly and perhaps even simply. As is said, to effect simplicity takes a whole gamut of experiences!

I leave you to enjoy the issue. We offer you a mix of landscape design, hospitality, residential minimalism and contextual and responsible elements of architecture in relation to society.

Enjoy your read!

Savitha Hira
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