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376. Of Volumes & Voids - Yogananda Library
April 04, 2015

By Zoya Photography: Andre J. Fanthome & Mridu Sahai;courtesy Archohm Ensconced in the lap of a lush green valley in Solan, Himachal Pradesh, is a massive library with concrete intersecting columns that stands tall, reflecting the nature of its function and physically manifesting the philosophy of the biotechnology campus of Shoolini University… Built on an area of 2,476.88 sq. m., the four-floor Yogananda library is an “intense interconnected volume of voids and solids, connecting the entire building as a large functional plate”, explain the architects at Studio Archohm, who’ve spe... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

377. Celebrating Heritage with Oxford Library Renovation!
April 02, 2015

Compiled by Pari Syal Photography: Ben Bisek; courtesy Wilkinson Eyre Architects Oxford University’s Weston Library renovation by leading architectural practice Wilkinson Eyre focuses on safeguarding its vast and unique collection of books and manuscripts... Part of the University’s world famous Bodleian Library, the Grade Il listed building (formerly the New Bodleian), which was originally designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in the 1930s, stands anew finely equipped with a revised layout that has removed the upper floors and replaced them with a dedicated reading room and suite e... (read more)

Author: Pari Syal

378. An Affair with Spatial Dynamics
March 31, 2015

By Zoya Photography: Courtesy the architect A Tamil Nadu bungalow boasts of a design centred around reconstitution of three-dimensional form, geometric shapes and fluidity - in short an affair with spatial dynamics! Ar. Prasanna Parvatikar has designed an 8,300 sq.ft. house for his client, Mr. Dinesh, in Dindigul city of Tamil Nadu. The house had a vaastu-abiding conventional plan with curves in the exterior and interior in the form of circular columns and balcony – an element that appealed greatly to the clients. So, responding to the client’s brief to “dress up the house” bu... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

379. Football legend Stuart Pearce admits to asbestos exposure fears
March 30, 2015

Many of those organisations and individuals contemplating asbestos surveys in Birmingham, Yorkshire, Newcastle or elsewhere in the country will be interested to read of the launch of a new asbestos safety campaign by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). Adding particular intrigue to the campaign is the backing of former Nottingham Forest footballer and manager and all-round football hero Stuart Pearce, who has revealed that he may have breathed in the deadly substance during his four years as a part-time electrician in the early 1980s. The one-time Newcastle United man worked in ... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

380. Integrating Art with Architecture
March 30, 2015

Addressing social issues, reviving cultural elements, building key dialogue... are only some of the multi-faceted points-of-contact that foster public art projects. Quebec-sculptor Linda Covit is all set to bring on a pseudo-emotional member for a new hospital coming April'15... Copy: The MUHC (McGill University Health Centre) is one of the world’s foremost academic health centres due to open in April 2015 at the Glen site, in Montreal, Canada. Completed in November 2014, the hospital complex houses eleven public art commissions – the largest being Havre - incidentally, also the la... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

381. Sensual Soothers - Pinks & Mauves
March 28, 2015

Colour can at times effect a more potent communiqué than words! Pinks and Mauves are two such subtle hues of red and purple that elicits very pleasant reactions in people and the environment... Personal preferences and more importantly – the mood of the moment almost instantaneously respond to colour! Pinks and mauves depict a very positive energy that tends to place them in a class, where happy moments abide. Both, individually as well as when combined, the two hues tend to soothe your anxieties and lighten your heart. They cool down your emotions and induce calm. Hence, environm... (read more)

Author: Chirag Sharma

382. Unleashing the Power of Colour in Architecture - Awardee 2014!
March 27, 2015

Coveted ‘WAN Colour in Architecture Award, 2014’ was announced recently. Behnisch Architects / Architectural firm Leinhäupl + Neuber have bagged the award for their design of a full-day secondary school in Ergolding, Germany that encapsulates a riot of colours and reinforces the qualities of the school’s pedagogic vision. Ever-changing educational approaches have a direct bearing on school architecture. With the concept of full-day schools catching up in Germany, the design accommodates independent, auxiliary spaces like learning-oriented lounges, breakout rooms for play & relaxation and ... (read more)

Author: Anuradha K. R.

383. Tree Removal Contractors: What Can They Do For Your Property?
March 24, 2015

Trees provide multicolored foliage in autumn, shade in summer and blossom in spring. They enhance the look of your property. However, what happens when they get struck by lightning or become overgrown? What if they get infected with fungi? Not only trees look best in the scenario but they also pose danger to your family and property. Call a tree contractor for maintenance services, such as limb removal and pruning, and stump, tree removal. With professional aid, you can ensure your yard and its occupants--plant, pet, and human feel their best. Tree Removal Services If you've got ... (read more)

Author: Emma watsom

384. Sky Villa - On Top of the World!
March 24, 2015

An interior project with façade treatment, executed by KNS Architects, Mumbai readies a7500 sqfttriplex penthouse, overlooking the skyline of South Mumbai to exude the feel of a bungalow, bathed in luxury… ‘Hung’ façade of the penthouse, perched on the 21st floor of a high-rise spells out the primary intent of its design - creating a villa in the sky!An ‘outside to inside’ flow is adopted in terms of design, considering the ‘larger-than-life’ backdrop, provided by the skyline. The façade, entirely made of glass windows and doors of varying dimensions creates distinct volumes in space, bes... (read more)

Author: Anuradha K. R.

385. 4 Healthy Living Tips That Are Perfect For Spring
March 24, 2015

Want to tap into the benefits of healthy living? There’s no better time to do so than spring . . . Spring is a time of new beginnings . . . the time to plant seeds for growth, both figuratively and literally. As the sun starts to warm the earth, energizing the world around you, it’s easier to get motivated to make revitalizing changes in your life. And when you make these healthy lifestyle changes, you can turn your body, your life and your home into the body, life and home of your dreams. If you’d like to get started on this path towards renewal, here are 3 healthy lifestyle ti... (read more)

Author: Michael E Rosenbaum, MD

386. Creative Coalescence
March 24, 2015

By Beverly Pereira Photography: Courtesy Anagram Architects Anagram Architects’ new studio promotes collaboration and creativity via symbolic design in an open-plan layout... New Delhi-based Anagram Architects - a spatial design consultancy, is known to deliver innovative, context-specific designs that encourage sustainable lifestyles. Naturally, when it came to its own office, in South Delhi’s creative HauzKhas pocket, the team didn’t have to look any further than its own design philosophy for inspiration. The 12481 sq. ft. office accommodates the firm’s expanded team through ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

387. Spring is Tree-Trimming Season
March 23, 2015

Spring break is a great time to trim and prune your trees, since it is the time when branches are easiest to remove (no leaves to weigh them down). Particularly if your trees are still growing, pruning is critical for both strength and form. If a young tree receives proper pruning, it will require less corrective trimming as an “adult.” Of course, you can trim and prune year-round. However, if you can take care of this task before the big spring growth, you can maximize that growth and ensure wounds close faster. You need to know how each type of tree is prone to responding to cuts. If t... (read more)

Author: Jen Stott

388. Making a Statement with Linearity
March 22, 2015

Architect Masahiko Sato of Japan gives expression to his architectural endeavours in clearly linear terms in two of his residential projects completed during late 2014 in Inasa City of Nagasaki and Onojo City of Fukuoka. Aided by ubiquitous skylights, his linear designs pack a punch that could dislodge people’s notions about linearly designed houses altogether. ‘I2 House’, a 129 sq. m. triplex, standing on a 76 sq.m. plot and ‘N10 House’, a 171 sq. m. duplex, standing on a 200 sq. m. plot are testimonies to some of the novel possibilities in linear designs. By placing the components... (read more)

Author: Anuradha K. R.

389. White House
March 20, 2015

Young homeowners, up-to-the-minute amenities, a modern home wrapped in a shroud of white... When architecture studio A-cero, managed by Joaquin Torres and Rafael Llamazares, was asked to redesign an old outdated penthouse in a classic skyscrapper in Madrid, they cashed in on the panoramic view by zeroing in on a minimalist palette, opening up the 130 sq.m. apartment as a bauble in white. Sectioning the apartment diagonally, an open-plan layout with living area and balcony and camouflaged kitchenette is conceptualised as a polyvalent space. The kitchenette can be partially or compl... (read more)

Author: Pari Syal

390. Old-World Charm meets New-Age Norms...
March 20, 2015

Ponni and Oscar Concessao duo of OCI Architects, Chennai designthe new blocks of Lawrence School inOotacamund, befitting its lofty historical background, spanning almost a century and a half. Construction activities in Ootacamund, which stands at a height of 7200 ft above MSL (Mean Sea Level)are guided by standards, set for hill towns. Adhering to these norms, structuresare planned along the contour and bottlenecks of an irregular plot on a flatterrain with minimum cuts and fills. They are located on southern slopes, as leeward side development reduces gusts of the speeding, cold winds in... (read more)

Author: Anuradha K. R.

391. Beyond Architectural Critique: 3610 Conference 2015
March 20, 2015

The 3610 Conference 2015 - an egalitarian platform on discourse in architecture and design conceptualised and hosted by Jasubhai Media Pvt. Ltd. brought to the fore what exactly goes on behind the scene and inside the mind of an architect... When you try to delve behind the concept of a design, you often hear the architect/ designer attribute it to a random thought, amongst a host of other inspirations. Taking this premise further, and scratching a little beyond the hypodermis, the conference captured the progressive nature of design in the glocal world of build-and-make. Two and half day... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

392. Do the Capabilities of your Commercial Cleaning Company Meet your Needs?
March 17, 2015

Hiring a commercial cleaning company for your office is the best way to ensure that the areas where your employees work and your customers visit for presentations and meetings is neat, clean, and professional. Whether you need someone for routine cleaning or occasional deep cleaning of offices or specialized areas, you should select the right company based on their experience. If your company has a medical lab, a clean room, industrial equipment, or other special needs, you need professionals who know how to clean the area without disturbing your specialized equipment. In the case that your co... (read more)

Author: Jen Stott

393. Sustainability in Contemporaneous Lifestyle
March 16, 2015

Built on a thickly forested site at Alibaug, this weekend home is an exemplary model of sustainable living right from the choice of vernacular architecture and materiality to water harvesting and site treatment. In fact, only exposed patches on the site were chosen for construction thereby minimizing intervention to the natural topography… As a corollary, the design of this residence is fragmented in and around the 2.3 acre site interconnected (for privacy) through a series of courts and multiple water bodies. The concept echoes a deep understanding of vernacular construction techniqu... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

394. Material Alchemy: - "Arguably, a must-read!"
March 16, 2015

By Ar. Saket Sethi What do Squishy Circuits, boric acid caramel; interactive paper and fish granite have in common? ‘Material Alchemy’ is a magical cook-book of recipes to push the literal envelope of build-wear-eat materials; both new and old, that you can create and discover simultaneously… Thermic sculptures, Mushroom Polymers and several other hyper-materials are the subject of demystification by Lee & Studio Aikieu’s ‘Material Alchemy’. As is the practice to deeply focus on the composition of design; whilst sometimes overlooking the relevant materiality of its elements - ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

395. Of Porosity & Planar Compositions
March 14, 2015

Compiled by Savitha Hira Renderings: Courtesy Steven Holl Architects Ar. Steven Holl does it again. His architectural thought of ‘addition via subtraction’ is all set to carve out the new visual arts building at the University of Iowa, where he will juxtapose the existing horizontally porous and planar structure with a volumetrically composed vertical complement... Picking up the original campus grid, and forming the space of a new Art Meadow together with Art Building West (the first one that Ar. Steven Holl designed in 2006 for Iowa University), the new Visual Arts facility for th... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

396. Topsoil And Blended Soil And Indispensable For Beautifying The Garden In Your House
March 13, 2015

Mr John Scott has just retired from his job and is actively thinking of pursuing the hobby of gardening in his free time. He has also been a very busy person in his professional life, and really never thought how lonely he would become once he retires. His friend gave him this great idea of spending time in landscaping the garden he has in his house. There was only one problem. He has never spent any productive time in his garden, and all he knew was to relax in the lawn with a cup of tea and newspaper in hand. His friend gave him some assurance that gardening was not so difficult after a... (read more)

Author: Mattis Bailey

397. Efficacy & Synthesis - Architectural Excellence at Moesgaard Museum
March 12, 2015

Info & Images: Courtesy Henning Larsen Architects The Moesgaard Museum is in news again – having won the Civic Trust Award 2015 for demonstrating excellence in architecture and making a positive social, cultural, environmental and economic impact on the local community. Designed by Henning Larsen Architects in collaboration with Architects Kristine JensensTegnestue, the 16,000 sq. m. museum is uniquely located in the hilly landscape of Skåde south of Aarhus, Denmark. With its rectangular-shaped sloping roof plane that seems to grow out of the landscape of grass, moss and flowers in b... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

398. Candid-Dynamic-Green: Campus Kolding - Aluminium Awardee 2015
March 11, 2015

Info & Images: Courtesy Henning Larsen Architects Henning Larsen Architects’ designed Campus Kolding of SDU Southern University Denmark, is the ALU award winner of 2015 - an Aluminium project promising to take the industry to new heights. Winner of the Danish Aluminium Prize for its aluminium facade, the campus building is defined by a characteristic and innovative architecture in which form, function, sustainability, energy and indoor climate form a synthesis. In this context the façade takes on a crucial role,” justifies professor Per Heiselberg, Jury President, to the awards cerem... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

399. Good Looking and Gorgeous Professional Hairstyles
March 10, 2015

Each and every person yearns to have a good career. In a similar way, hairstyling is becoming a lucrative career for almost all. Starting from the beginner’s level one can go ahead and start climbing the ladders with the passage of time. Only one needs to hold some creativity, imagination power and sharp eyes towards fashion. Rather than approaching beauty parlors frequently by spending money, it is high time to give a kick start to give one’s hair a completely unique appearance. It must be noted that creating professional hairstyles is both an art and Science along with elegance and grace. Y... (read more)

Author: Mark Well

400. When two become one: Ribbon Chapel
March 09, 2015

By Beverly Pereira Photography: Koji Fujii/ Nacasa& Partners Inc; courtesy the architect A wedding chapel in Japan borrows its name from a pair of seemingly entwined spiral staircases... Tokyo-based architect Hiroshi Nakamura has designed a wedding chapel located midway on a hill in the garden of the Bella Vista Sakaigahama resort in Onomichi, Hiroshima. The 80 sq. m. chapel mirrors the act of marriage both architecturally and metaphorically. Like the twists and turns of life, the self-standing outer and inner staircases undulate before they unite at 15.4 m. to form a single ri... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

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