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1. Playing with fire
June 28, 2017

The restaurant Carboncabron by Cadena brothers – chef Alfonso Cadena and architect Ignasio Cadena entices visitors with its overpowering and strong character, instantly reminiscent of an intrinsic connection to fire! A peninsula - more than 1,800 miles of the endless Pacific Ocean coastline and 930 miles with the Sea of Cortez - forms the geographical milieu and inspiration for the enigmatic Carboncabron in Baja California Sur. Its concept though decontextualized, is a celebration of its locale, of the encounter between the desert and the sea, divided by geopolitical conditions and unite... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

2. The showroom office!
June 24, 2017

In a time, where space is expensive, Ar. Kanan Modi designs a showroom space for HNI BP Ergo in Hyderabad that redefines the concepts of sales architecture. Imagine saving money, space and most importantly resources by simply clubbing functions together! EL+D Architecture and Interior Design have created a versatile space for their client, HNI BP Ergo, wherein their 2000 sq. ft. corporate office acts as a showroom-cum-office space comprising an experience area, work area and utility zones. Greeted by the HNI brand panel that is clearly visible from the entrance; the client walks pas... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

3. Living with Calligraphic Strokes
June 22, 2017

Ganna Design studio creates an apartment in Taipei, inspired by the artistic strokes of the most elegant perceived character of Chinese Calligraphy, “?”. Copy: Literally following the strokes of the Chinese character “?”, is the layout with the central living and dining area following the curve of the letter towards the end. Building on the narrative, the colour and material palette is reminiscent of an artist’s studio, where the common area focusses more on natural illumination reflected on soothing wooden wall panelling and pastel hues on fabric. The colours selected for the fa... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

4. Sealed With a Kiss: Hidden Romance in Venice
June 22, 2017

Venice is regularly voted as one of the most romantic cities in the world, and with its charming combination of canals, cafés and stunning architecture that’s no surprise. But with more and more people visiting the city every year, the romance can easily wear a little thin when you’re jostling with hordes of other visitors to capture that perfect selfie of you and your partner in front of St Mark’s, or fighting to grab that last café table by the waterfront. Don’t be put off from planning a romantic trip to the ‘City of Water’ though. With our top tips for how to find a spot or two of hidden r... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

5. Simple solutions that go the mile
June 21, 2017

The Khurana residence in New Delhi designed by Renesa Architecture Design Interior Studio seeks a duality. It aims to impress with an alluring image, whilst it resonates a homely feel… Breaking away from the atypical floor plate ideology that most buildings follow, principal architects Sanjay and Sanchit Arora create an intriguing play in the elevation, making for an interesting façade in a neighbourhood that is accustomed to run-of-the-mill edifices. The ever-increasing space requirements of a growing family are met by four floors on stilt, a scheme common in the capital neighbourh... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

6. The façade story
June 20, 2017

Three buildings, one typology, each faced with a distinct context. Here’s a look at three commercial buildings by Brenac & Gonzalez & Associes, the façade of each unique and aptly contextual… Each building is adorned by a façade as intriguing as the next. Taking them one at a time: An urban poetry of city arteries, railway lines and catenaries forms the backdrop for Be Open on city block A11, Paris. A stand-alone building, the A11 building’s skin impresses upon passers-by and passengers on the train, a limitless profile, ever changing with the light and weather. Three volumet... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

7. Cultural Venice: Inside the Doge's Palace
June 16, 2017

Throughout history, Venice has been a seat of power, wealth and art, and nowhere embodies this more than the magnificent Palazzo Ducale, or Doge’s Palace, in St Mark’s Square. The richness of its sumptuous architecture and ornately painted halls could take days to pore over. Not everyone has such luxury of time, but even if you’re on a short stopover in the city, make sure to feature the Palace on your must-see itinerary of Venice – airport transfers can fire you into the city before you can say gondola, so take advantage of the short trip in to soak up all the wonders of this most exquisite b... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

8. Three Wonderful Walks to Discover in Munich
June 15, 2017

Munich is a wonderful city bursting to the brim with beautiful Bavarian architecture, authentic street cafes and more galleries and museums than you can count. The best method of soaking up as much culture as possible is to take it all in by foot, wandering through the medieval streets at your own pace. These self-guided walks are perfect for the solo traveller who wants to stray off the beaten tourist track. Maximilianstrasse One of Munich’s most popular attractions, this incredible street can take from half an hour to several hours to meander down, as your attention is bound to be ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

9. Experience the Authentic Food, Glorious Food of Catania!
June 15, 2017

Catania, Sicily’s second largest city, is a breathtaking wonder of culture and history. Settled on the Ionian Sea and looked upon proudly by Mount Etna, it is a beauty of Roman and Baroque architecture, with its buildings made from the lava that has tried and failed to stop the city from growing. What really sets this Italian jewel apart though is the food. As a thriving port town, the focus is on the fresh seafood that is caught daily and made into the many mouth-watering dishes that appear on the menus of Catania’s ristoranti. The following are our pick of the best places to get that au... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

10. Ciao Catania! A Family Beach Holiday in Sicily
June 15, 2017

It might not be your first thought for a family beach holiday, but Catania in eastern Sicily is an ideal destination if you want some activity and adventure that keeps everyone happy. The port city boasts mouth-watering food, beautiful architecture and of course the majestic Mount Etna. However it’s the beaches that really make Catania a favourite with families. With a number of incredible beaches that offer plenty to see and do, this will be a holiday that you and your kids will be talking about for years to come… or until the next visit! Meet the Beaches Stretching 3 kilometr... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

11. Guggenheim Museum in LEGO® bricks
June 09, 2017

LEGO® Architecture launches its latest addition – the iconic Guggenheim Museum to commemorate the 150th Birth Anniversary of legendary Ar. Frank Lloyd Wright… LEGO has far surpassed its role in gameplay with the variety it offers; especially commendable being its architecture series that offers model recreations of iconic historic buildings. In a world that is dwarfing in knowledge-sharing, this comes as a creative way to initiate young minds into cross-cultural overtures. Widely regarded as an exceptional icon of the 20th century, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum launched the gr... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

12. Creative conveniences
June 06, 2017

A playground of colours and intriguing spaces inspires enthusiasm, keeping with Fractal Ink Design Studio’s core values and culture… ‘Creating digital experiences using human-centric philosophies’, Mumbai-based Fractal Ink Design Studio is a pulsating open-plan office buzzing with vibrancy and camaraderie. Just when you ask yourself, whether they work at all, you see people in a serious brainstorming session at a glass enclosure marked ‘think tank’ or pouring over sophisticated technology at the ‘Xperience centre’ that reiterates the firm’s vision of innovation, showcasing their lat... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

13. A transcendental journey through customer service!
June 05, 2017

The recently completed ARV customer services office in Valencia, by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos, is a symphony is white, interspersed with shapes and forms in grey and black. Located in a commercial complex in the centre of the city, a calculated geometry with sharp turns and structural elements is used to advantage; transporting customers and employees to a monochrome realm of straight lines composing clean and distinct spaces. The labyrinthine layout is regularised with orthogonal geometries. Visual spaces carved out in bold greys, though abstract in form, clearly demarcate the pub... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

14. Rejuvenation in the skies!
June 03, 2017

In an era, where every square foot of space is essential, architecture firm, Concrete designs a clubhouse atop a residential tower in the heart of Mongkok, Hongkong! With the intention to create a getaway right in the middle of a busy street in Mongkok, Concrete designs a bespoke space atop Skypark, a large residential development, which allows people to bump into each other and truly connect. With human psyche and behavioural characteristics as the focal elements of the project, the architects weave in dollops of landscaping with the interiors, making for a complete rejuvenation arena. ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

15. The design template!
June 02, 2017

Manoj Patel’s award-winning design studio gives wings to the aspirations of a young design firm inside a 50 square meters area catering to six employees and a principal architect… Juggling space in an out-of-box manner, Ar. Manoj Patel designs his studio in Vadodara, with the focus on ventilation and openness. An informal atmosphere is encouraged as spaces flow into each other without any defined boundaries; yet, retain their individualistic essence. The same space is utilised to achieve multiple functions; for example, the library that doubles up as a discussion area. Vertical louv... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

16. The Exquisite Artworks of Florence's Duomo
June 02, 2017

There is nowhere on earth quite like the Cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore, or the Duomo as it’s more commonly known. From the Italian Gothic architecture, including its breath-taking dome, to its stunning, vibrant Renaissance frescoes it embodies the very essence of the Renaissance age’s quest for knowledge and advancement. This is the kind of historic sight that you can’t look at online or in guidebooks, the only way to truly appreciate the majesty and scale of the artworks contained here is to explore it in person on a Florence walking tour. While in recent years some of the most fa... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

17. Discover the Religious Architecture of Florence
June 01, 2017

Nowhere is the development of Florence’s rich, detailed architecture more visible than in its stunning array of historic churches, cathedrals and basilicas. A Florence walking tour is the perfect way to see the city’s fascinating history written out in the bricks and mortar of these beautiful buildings. As the home of the Renaissance movement, many of the world’s greatest artists were commissioned to paint frescoes and panels in the city’s churches, making them a crucial stop on any Florence walking tour. Here’s my selection of some of the most important churches to see in the city. ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

18. Transforming 3D reality
May 30, 2017

3D Copypod is a 3D scan booth, where a transformable structure combines with photographic equipment to allow instant digitalization of varied subjects. Conceived by Beijing-based studio People’s Industrial Design Office, the structure is a seamless blend of design, mechanics and technology. To briefly revisit, what transformable structures are: These are structures capable of transforming their shape and size in a smooth and continuous process based on their underlying geometry. Transformable structures effectively add portable buildings, retractable coverings, kinetic surfaces and ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

19. Medium rare: restyled!
May 29, 2017

Re-designed by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Maredo flagship restaurant in Berlin welcomes diners to a 580-sq. m. space, reminiscent of the steak’s South American origin. The German steakhouse Maredo founded in 1978 and a leader in the sector recently opted for a radical interior makeover and profile enhancement. Translating its promise of quality meat into a tangible take-home, the new design reflects its culinary expertise. The muted colour scheme of white, beige and browns along with natural, living textures of wood and leather bring out the archaic connotations of the raw material – mea... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

20. A pool. The horizon. Oneness with nature
May 23, 2017

Aurelia, a weekend home perched on a hill on 3-acres of land in Alibag, becomes a perfect getaway with an infinity pool that extends into the horizon… An addition to the original house built a decade ago, the pool harbours a two-bedroom guesthouse underneath. Designed by Mumbai based firm SHROFFLEóN, the extension uses the water element in the most intriguing way, to make it an abode of relaxation and peace. Built into the hillside with an expansive forest in view, the 75-foot long infinity pool offers a visual treat and relief amidst an envelop of nature. The pool extends into infi... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

21. Capping the re-rise of shared workplace synergies
May 23, 2017

Shared workspaces are on the revival as they seem a perfect fit for the current dynamics of gen next. KONTRA designs an upbeat one in Istanbul, Turkey… Devised as an entrepreneurial ecosystem, such spaces promote social synergies, enhance value systems and increase camaraderie. Kolektif House Levent designed by KONTRA is one such important business centre that showcases the adaptive reuse of an old broderie factory. Spread across 2700 sq. m., with a 1500 sq. m. entrance floor and a 1200 sq. m. mezzanine, it seizes the essence and spirit of collaborative work places with 75 private o... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

22. Hotspots for Culture Lovers in Bermuda
May 23, 2017

With cars driving on the left and red post boxes on street corners, Bermuda can feel almost like home for many of our visitors. However, these Atlantic islands have their own unique charm, and with plenty of sunshine they certainly can’t be mistaken for Britain! While many people come for its stunning beaches and amazing weather, Bermuda is also a fantastic cultural hotspot, with colourful colonial architecture, sumptuous historic gardens and houses and diverse mix of influences. If you’re looking to venture beyond the pink sands and explore the heritage of the islands, here are our team... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

23. Let Biblical Israel Open Up to You on this Accessible Tour
May 23, 2017

Israel, with its rich, fascinating history, ancient architecture and strong cultural identity, is somewhere that many people, of all faiths and none, dream of visiting. That’s why I’m always surprised by how many of my clients believe it is ‘too difficult’ a destination for those with disabilities or mobility issues to visit. The truth is, that while Israel is working towards making many of its historic, religious and cultural sights more inviting to those with mobility issues by improving its disabled access, holidays here can still require careful planning. Things are getting better, sl... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

24. Drama unfolds at Omnijoi International Cinema, Shanghai
May 20, 2017

Awe-inspiring and augmenting the cinematic experience, Shanghai’s Omnijoi International Cinema envelopes its visitors in a world of drama! Designed by Hong Kong based One Plus Partnership with an articulate, overriding theme throughout, the cinema is inspired by the rails used for tracking shots in the filming process. A striking language of copper-coloured, fluorocarbon-coated metal tubes unfolds a rhythmic composition against contrasting black-flamed granite walls and floors throughout the cinema; running from the lobby and ticketing counters into the auditoriums and even the washrooms.... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

25. A marriage of old and new
May 16, 2017

Apartment 904 is a design exploration that congenially consolidates the existing mood with new elements to create a deviant vibe… Refurbished by istudio Architecture, the apartment is endowed with simple details that visually enhance the space and create a refreshing ambience in conjunction with the original interiors. Balancing elements of décor with straight-lined designs that border on the neutral and minimalist, a contemporary-classic equation juxtaposes spatial elements with details. Starting at the entrance, a circular metal grille on the outer door prepares the visitor for ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

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