Showing posts with label X. Show all posts
Showing posts with label X. Show all posts

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Architecture in dialogue with nature| Design for children’s therapeutic spaces| Slim lighting options| and more

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

We are because you are - IndiaArtnDesign turns Nine celebrating ‘You’ our contributors

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

When architecture touches the subliminal| A nude colour palette| Ultimate luxury for your kitchen| and more

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

An unconventional co-working space in Spain| Designing for children part II| A whimsical cat puzzle to delight all cat lovers| and more

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Meaningful architecture and the residential typology| hands-free washbasin | and more

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Out-of-box approach to harnessing renewable energy | Building sustainable micro-environments| Resonating with children via interior design| and more


Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Flexi spaces in home design| Future-ready University campus| Ar. Zulueta talks about the evolution of forms| and more

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Reinventing neutral schemas in interior design| What Ankon Mitra does to overcome his creative block| Restraint in design| and more

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Retail design and immersive spaces| The value of restraint in design| When modern interventions respect history| and more

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

House for curious minds| Free range workplace design| COVID shield for community use| and more

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Personalisation – the key to residential design| and more

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Down memory lane with select architects| Changing established perceptions of workplace design| and more

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Design at the intersection of creativity and psychology| Redefining healthcare design| Proposing post-lockdown social dining| and more

Human behaviour is complex, often hard to predict and partly a response to the external social environment. Urban Zen decodes organizational psychology to reveal an efficient and proactive workspace.
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Dear IAnDian,

Architects and designers' shoulder different responsibilities - social, cultural... and above all, extremely personal as they play the role of essential advisors not just for the space they design but the lifestyle changes that the outcome would herald.

Our stories this week feature projects that illustrate such responsibilities on the physical and psychological fronts: the diagnostic imaging clinic in Delhi that propagates cognitive healing; the all-suite hotel in New York that promotes luxurious residential living to soothe travel woes; the Plexiglas visor-like shields that designer Christophe Gernigon has developed to enjoy a social outing whilst maintaining safe social distancing; and our cover story, where adaptive reuse has completely transformed an old home into a progressive office environment with focus on employee engagement and wellbeing. And in our ongoing Special on Nostalgia, Minnie Bhat reminisces about her all-time favourite and challenging project - Tru Tram Trunk!

As we come to terms with our rapidly altering lifestyles, let us mull over our ways of interaction and personal take-aways from everyday situations.

Get introspective. Enjoy the issue...

Savitha Hira


Wednesday, May 13, 2020

When interior design is an anthem for timeless appeal| Two potent design elements – minimalism and neutrality| Motivational moments with Ar. Jaisim| and more

IAnD Exclusive
Team IAnD is grateful to all participating designers and architects of the mini web series Dhara –motivational messages by the design and architecture fraternity, for the fraternity…
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Dear IAnDian,

As we wrap up our mini web series Dhara with a ten-minute insight and message from veteran architect Jaisim Krishna Rao, we are flooded with requests from different architects and designers to start yet another web series - light-hearted and fun. Well, we are chewing on a few ideas and will keep you posted on this decision. Meanwhile, we hope that you have enjoyed Dhara as much as we have putting it together. Do check out our cover feature with links to all the episodes.

Continuing in our efforts to showcase meaningful design, we bring you homes from Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Ukraine - all the three following minimalist and neutral interiors. Totally recommended - different treatments underlined by similar design thought.

And in the ongoing series on Nostalgia, read about unconventional charm by Group DCA Architects as they revisit an old project in Sainik Farms, Delhi.

Until next week then... Stay safe. Stay inspired.

Savitha Hira


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