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426. Synergetic Spaces: Markthal
February 13, 2015

By Beverly Pereira Photography: Courtesy the architects MVRDV Market-housing hybrid Markthal reflects a new, sustainable urban typology in the Netherlands... Markthal, by Rotterdam-based architecture and urban planning firm MVRDV, is a food market of many firsts for the Netherlands. The 95,000 sq. ft. structure not only houses restaurants and fresh food stalls on the ground and first floors, and a supermarket and 1,200 parking spaces on the first underground level, but also apartments along its roof. As per Netherlands’ new laws, traditional open-air meat and fish markets shou... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

February 10, 2015

1. Is Fluoride A Nutrient? Doesn’t the term “fluoride” sound like something you would find on the periodic table of elements? Doesn’t the term “fluoride” enter your mind as something safe and beneficial? Fluoride is NOT an element at all, but an ionic compound containing fluorine, the single most reactive element. Fluoride is an industrial by-product of steel, cement, aluminum, phosphate, and nuclear weapons manufacturing. Fluoride is a toxin, not a nutrient. 2. When Did Fluoridation Begin? In the United States, fluoride was added to our drinking water on January 25, 1945. On th... (read more)

Author: Kolle Baca

428. The 3-Tree House
February 10, 2015

By Marina Correa Photography: Sachin Bandukwala, Melissa Smith and Sam Stalker; courtesy banduksmithstudio Nestled amidst a small thicket on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, is a newly-constructed 3,100 sq ft lounge space annexed to the existing farmhouse, designed by banduksmithstudio… Designed for a wholesome recreational feel with pool, lotus pond, et al, the pavilion-like lounge sits as a glass box, seamlessly in synch with its surroundings and connected to the farmhouse via a bridge that ensures a green and open exchange between the two structures, and privacy, when needed. ... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

429. Creative Space for Creative Minds
February 10, 2015

By Beverly Pereira Photography:Robert Hoernig; courtesy IFG Intro: Innocean Worldwide’s Frankfurt office reflects the agency’s creativity and transparent attitude... Copy: Stuttgart-based architecture firm Ippolito Fleitz Group’s flexible and modern office environment for the European headquarters of the Korean advertising agency comes as no surprise as the young, design-conscious agency epitomises the positive impact of open communication and flexible workspaces. Catering to this need for a creative atmosphere that is constantly in a state of flux and that promotes healthy... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

430. In Nature's Lap
February 07, 2015

Compiled by Pari Syal Photography: Steve Montpetit; courtesy Blouin Tardif Architecture-Environment Two locations, similar topography, two distinct design treatments; result: two warm homes that define their inhabitants to the tee. IAnD talks to Blouin Tardif Architecture-Environment to understand their design sensibilities… Rising to the challenge of working on two different blueprints, and equally dissimilar requirements and sensibilities, the architects have designed homes that are warm and inviting, besides working in perfect harmony with the surroundings they are ensconced in.... (read more)

Author: Pari Syal

431. The Vernacular in Architecture
February 07, 2015

Info & Images: Courtesy istudioarchitecture Photography credits anclicks and bmdpix Mumbai’s young practice, iStudio Architecture designs a brick house inspired by both, the philosophies and the works of architects, Laurie Baker and Nari Gandhi... The Brick House, situated amidst rural settlements in Wada, near Mumbai, India, is a 2500 sq.ft. farm house set within hills and farms. The impact of its architecture is strong, always leading the viewer to a new observation, not allowing him to be complacent about the space that he occupies. An individualistic piece of architecture, the ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

432. Gourmet Delight
February 05, 2015

By Sarita Rupan Photography: Ewout Huibers; courtesy Concrete Amsterdam-based architecture firm Concrete, designs waterfront restaurant with an artisan kitchen as inspiration, matching the chef’s renowned expertise with offbeat decor… Situated along the scenic IJ waterfront in Westerdok Amsterdam,Nevel, as the restaurant is called, forges a seamless connect with its surroundings in a dual dialogue - one with nature as it opens via floor-to-ceiling clear glass walls to the waterfront on one side and to the forest on the other; and with renowned chef Ricardo van Ede’s artisan culinar... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

433. Why We Need Scrapping of Stainless Steel?
February 04, 2015

Stainless steel is an indispensable part of modern life and is needed in increasing quantities. Stainless steel requirements world-wide have doubled in the last ten years and there is a constant demand for raw materials. The stainless steel scrapping industry is an important source of raw material for the manufacture of stainless steel and is environmentally sound practice, too. Stainless steel has properties which are derived from its constituent metals which are mixed together in the alloy. Iron is the main metal in steel of any type, but corrodes quite quickly unless it is mixed with o... (read more)

Author: Mark Tutle

434. Water treatment Plant Equipments bring sparkling clean water for industrial use
February 03, 2015

A large chunk of operational budget gets splurged in arranging water for industrial use. As a result, companies are looking for effective and useful methods of reusing and recycling water by spending minimum money. Highly efficient Water treatment Plant Equipments make it practically possible. There is not much investment required to install RO plants that can convert large quantities of unusable water into sparklingly clean, usable water. Industrial RO: The process Reverse Osmosis or RO is a highly effective method of making the water clean by removing impurities with the help of me... (read more)

Author: John Edward

435. Bringing Japan to Spain - Nozomi Sushi Bar
February 02, 2015

By Beverly Pereira Photography: David Rodríguez y Carlos Huecas;courtesyMasquespacio Spanish creative consultancy Masquespacio recreates a traditional Japanese village street in a contemporary sushi bar in Valencia, Spain… Designed to evoke a traditional yet contemporary Japanese ambience, the Nozomi Sushi Bar is an exercise in duality straight from the word ‘enter’. The restaurant’s name translates as ‘high-speed Japanese bullet train’ and ‘fulfilled dream’. This dichotomous representation - as a restaurant that can be identified as an emotional classic with a rational contemporary... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

436. "Intentional Loss of Scale"
January 31, 2015

Info & Images: Courtesy MU Architecture MU architecture proposes 50, 1200-1500 sq. ft high-end lodges, as housing units for the clients of the renowned Bigwin Gold Club on the island of Bigwin in Ontario, Canada... Inspired by the native atmosphere emanating from the island, the Giants of Bigwin are a tribute to Amerindian legends and to the spirits still seemingly reigning over the island. Although the form is peculiar, the housing units evoke memories of native villages of the past. The triangular floor plan, resulting from a pyramid-like shape, allows for a multitude of vie... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

437. Get Creative with your Greens!
January 30, 2015

Fitness figures in your plants too! Get nimble with your indoor plants and shape up those green monsters now… Believe it or not, plants can do much more than merely sit in a pot! Just a little extra time and effort can train your plants into living wreaths, cubes, or even animal forms. Yes, what we are referring to are “Topiaries” - plants that are trained to grow into desired shapes. One of the easiest topiaries to begin with is the living wreath. All you need are two small leaved vining plants, such as English Ivy, a six-inch pot filled with soil, a sturdy wire or a coat hange... (read more)

Author: Chirag Sharma

438. Cultural Symbolism in Contemporary Architecture
January 29, 2015

Info & Images: Courtesy Stufish Entertainment Architects Mark Fisher of Stufish Entertainment Architects references traditional symbolism of the local Chu-Han culture to design the upbeat Wanda Movie Theme Park in Wuhan... “Stage and set design, and structural architecture are simply two ends of the same rainbow,” say the architects. With exclusive designs for the likes of The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Queen and Madonna, and transforming venues for semi-permanent shows such as Kà by Cirque Du Soleil at the MGM Grand Theatre in Las Vegas among several others, the firm’s latest out... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

439. Structural Design as Cultural Metaphor
January 29, 2015

Info & Images: Courtesy the architects Renders: Poliedro Estudio AGi architects sweep ‘Second Winner’ for the design of the Qatar Courthouse – a proposal marked by structural order as a reference to brutalist utopias... AGi architects team opine that institutional buildings need to embody the ideals and value system of any given society, with order being one of the core principles of any group. No society can prosper and thrive without it. Order is structure, it is the law, it is justice; without it, there is chaos. Therefore, it became extremely important that the Qatar Court Hous... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

440. Spatial Relationships
January 27, 2015

Communicating through a dynamic spatial vocabulary, Ar. Kapil Aggarwal of Spaces Architects, chisels a sprawling farmhouse on a 2.5 acres site in South Delhi… The expansive luxurious habitat is a beatific exercise in opening the inside to surrounding nature and forging a seamless connect. The two-storey structure with its double-height lobby is, in the words of the architect, “an attempt to create different architectural compositions from all sides”. So we have this modern architectural residence stationed at the rear end of a rectangular plot, with plenty of room for a large pool a... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

441. Make Your Vacation Home a Little Greener
January 26, 2015

If you’re fortunate to have a secluded vacation home or cabin that lets you enjoy nature, why not go green and give back to the environment. This article will hopefully give you some suggestions as to how you can go a little greener without breaking the bank. You can save money in the end by making your vacation home as energy efficient as possible with just a few updates. If this is something that piques your interest then continue reading to learn how easy it is. The first option is to go solar. While going solar is a great idea, certain factors may hinder that prospect. Is your cabi... (read more)

Author: Shelia Lirette

442. Importance of filter press in water treatment plants
January 24, 2015

A filter press is a kind of mechanical tool that is used for the purpose of separating solids from liquids. There are different types of filter presses available in the market, each having its own use. Filter presses are widely used for a number of industrial applications, such as petrochemical industries, industrial laundries and removal of textile wastes. They are also extensively used in water treatment plants for the purification of water. A filter press helps in the separation of solid wastes from liquids by lowering the weight and bulk of the waste materials. During operation, a pum... (read more)

Author: John Edward

443. Ephemeral Art - Ice Hotel, Sweden
January 22, 2015

By Beverly Pereira Photography: Courtesy Ice Hotel Reborn in a new avatar every year, Sweden’s Ice Hotel offers a unique winter experience in a setting so artistic, it's quite unlike anything you've ever experienced before... In an age, when hotels increasingly attempt to portray themselves as pieces of art to boost tourism, here’s one that is truly an art project in its own right. Since the last 25 years, from October to December, the hotel is built from scratch by a new set of architects, designers and artists, only to eventually melt down to the ground from April to J... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

444. The importance of water treatment plants in our daily life
January 21, 2015

Water treatment is a procedure by which unclean and filthy water is purified and made ready for common use. A water treatment plant design can be defined as a system through which water is treated and exposed to different types of purification processes to reduce the probabilities of contamination. These steps are often used to obtain the highest form of pure drinking water that is commonly referred to as mineral water. Packaged drinking water generally contains water that is passed through multiple steps of detailed purification and filtration. While carrying out such processes, the main goal... (read more)

Author: John Edward

445. Penthouse Delight
January 20, 2015

A sprawling 6000 sq. ft. of inhabitable area and an expansive 3,000 sq ft terrace gets a ‘bungalow-like’ feel at the hands of principal architect Sandeep J Shah of SSA Design Studio. Materially rich, roomy,well-appointedand easy-on-maintenance are keywords that define this penthouse in suburban Mumbai for a compact business family. Accentuating the positives viz., high ceilings and vast terrace and rising to the challenge of transforming an old load-bearingchawl layout into a bungalow, Sandeep began the exercise by equippingeach bedroom with an ensuite restroom,besides enhancing the ... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

446. Will there be such a product like Risk-free Pesticides?
January 16, 2015

If we're making a decision between acquiring organic food products and regularly grown food we might assume that extra expense with the organic is not worth paying. We may determine those food items which were treated with pesticides obviously are risk-free, or it would not be available for sale. Generally speaking governments are not inclined to permit any food that will cause harm to us, but there are a number of factors involved. We'll talk over some of those points on this page and exactly what may be involved in terms of product which includes so-called "safe pesticides". 1. Techniqu... (read more)

Author: Jim O'Connell

447. Bombay in a Bar!
January 16, 2015

By Zoya Photography: Courtesy The Orange Lane The Bombay Bronx is everything that Mumbai is. In fact, one visit to the bar-n-restaurant will familiarize you with all things associated with everyday life in Mumbai… “The Mumbai-themed bar is kitted out in almost every possible element of city kitsch,” explains the design team of The Orange Lane, and rightly so. Their client’s brief was simple: he wanted a regular go-to bar ambience, but one that would have the distinct “vibe of Bombay”. The commercial capital of India, Mumbai is like a live-wire buzzword for success! Success of a... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

448. Dynamic & Sustainable Architectural Vocab!
January 16, 2015

By Sarita Rupan Photography: Courtesy the architects The new Saw Swee Hock Student centre for London School of Economics is a building that embodies dynamism in the utmost form. Designed by Ireland-based renowned architects O’Donnell +Toumey, this landmark building is characterized by the resilience and contrast in the architectural language followed in the existing campus as it is amid the network of medieval streets of London, where it stands. Coming across as an architectural puzzle, the folded, chamfered, canted and faceted façade is put together with precise detailing using... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

449. Understated, ingenious makeover!
January 10, 2015

Info & Images: Courtesy franz-architekten A strategic spurt of multi-colours augments the restructure and extension of the old Gainfam School in Austria into a brand new community vocabulary... From recent educational institution architecture examples, we observe a pattern of community living that is ingrained into the students’ mindsets. This coupled with a vibrant ambience makes for a vivified environment that fosters the desire to come to school and consequently, promotes wholesome knowledge sharing. The Gainfam school building, which is revived by demolishing the wardens’ ol... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

450. Mountaintop Melody
January 08, 2015

Perched on the peak of an imposing rocky promontory in Saint Sauveur, Canada, this residence, originally built in concrete in the 1980s has been refurbished into a trendy beatific dream home… Plush interiors are a lot about material play; and when the homeowners’ aspirations and secret fetishes are associated with it, the simplest of treatments can transform a residence into a warm hearth. Based on the notions of modernity, high-end materials and comfort, the concept highlights the panoramic views in this mountain-top refuge, creating an out-of-box experience for the couple, who hav... (read more)

Author: Pari Syal

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