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1. 3 Icons of Milan's Religious Architecture
August 17, 2017

When you think of Milan, you think of art. Everything, from Da Vinci’s masterpiece The Last Supper to cutting-edge modern gadgetry to the stunning plates of food, is created with beauty in mind. This is especially true of the city’s architecture. Walking through the streets busy with cosmopolitans, you’ll pass galleries, monuments and piazzas, all of them spectacular in style. Milan’s real champions, though, are her churches. Here are three of the most magnificent examples that you might spot on your way to your hotel with one of Shuttle Direct’s Milan airport transfers. Basilica of ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

2. Weekend retreat
August 12, 2017

Rainbow Designers craft a signature weekend-retreat-cum-party-destination for a family seeking respite from the buzz of city life… Designers Vikrant and Sapna Bhawsar design a lavish weekend retreat for the Dagariya family on the outskirts of Indore; an idyllic location, where they can entertain guests as well as enjoy peace and tranquility. Overall modern, the house is a subtle combination of classical and contemporary styles of architecture, where co-existence is key. Touches of a minimalist approach are juxtaposed with fine detailing as in the exquisite jali work of the dining ar... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

3. An efficient edifice with a parametric façade
August 08, 2017

Design and engineering merge, as science meets art in an algorithmic facade for an industrial building in Gurgaon… While façade engineering is viewed as just another element in the architectural design of buildings, designing elevational highlights is increasingly popular for projects to attract eyeballs and establish a neighbourhood signature. A case-in-point, is this façade for an industrial unit specializing in manufacturing machinery rubber parts, located proximal to an existing landmark in Gurgaon. With the dual aim to establish an identity by alienating the conventional hum-dru... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

4. Revolving solar sail bridge
August 08, 2017

Margot Krasojevic Architects’ latest design of a bridge in Mongolia, appears like a robotic mythical bird and is a flexible structure that can be manipulated at will… Where Zaha Hadid stood out for her artistic organic silhouettes, Margot Krasojevic stands out for her deep-set evaluations of typology, program, and architecture. Her ongoing development of a dialogue between architectural form, geometry, sustainability, and smart materials as an inherent part of the design process, has been dictating terms of the architectural design criteria rather than referring to sustainable technology ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

5. Romanian Castles - Must-See Attractions on Your Trip to Romania
August 03, 2017

Romania is really a country having a rich medieval heritage, in addition to a land of awe-inspiring architecture. Every year, many tourists book a visit to Romania to find out the traditional houses across the streets of Sibiu, the picturesque monasteries in Bucovina not to mention, the magnificent Romanian castles towering over Transylvania along with its neighboring cities. Indeed, the Romanian castles are attractions worth seeing for anybody planning a visit to Romania. Going back to so far as the 13th century, these imposing structures was once the homes of Saxon nobility - a well kno... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

6. The Italian classic turns on its head (Part 1)
August 01, 2017

Ippolito Fleitz designs the branding and identity for White Monkey, Pizza Lab and Bar using interdisciplinary thinking to establish the brand’s unconventional approach… Award winning, Stuttgart-based design studio, Ippolito Fleitz has time and again proved its out-of-box success in the fields of architecture, interior design, communication design and product design. Their most recent project, White Monkey, Pizza Lab and Bar for Marché International reinvents the Italian classic Pizza, and offers a fresh and modern glimpse of the unique Italian instinct for lifestyle and dolce vita. ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

7. Striking the right balance!
August 01, 2017

An Indian-themed restaurant in Surat, designed by B.Design24 Studio, blends molecular concepts with Indian culture, placing contemporary and tradition in the same frame. Indian tradition and culture has served as inspiration for art, architecture and lifestyles for ages. A Surat-based restaurant has modernised the essence of India by adapting age-old techniques and elements into its design. Located in Western Vesu Point, one of the city’s newly developed prime locations, this restaurant revolves around a lofty arch, which, as the designers say, is a major design element. Working with a... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

8. Micro Libraries of Indonesia
August 01, 2017

A floating library constructed out of 2000 ice-cream buckets as part of the ‘100 Micro-libraries’ program in Indonesia is a source of pride for its low-income populace. The Micro-library Bima, Sumur Bandung, Indonesia by SHAU recently won both, Jury and Popular Choice awards in the Architizer A+ Awards 2017. SHAU, a multi-awarded rising architecture practice started a mission to rekindle interest in books by offering a designed place for reading, pairing it with multiple community activities. The ‘100 Micro-libraries’ program was initiated to fight the high illiteracy rate in Indon... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

9. A climatically apt melody of textures
July 28, 2017

A paragon of the practice’s ideals, the new KSM Architecture Design Studio is climatically sensitive, environmentally sustainable and sits beautifully amid Chennai’s emerging commercial hub, while retaining the 380sq. m. site’s narrative. The east-facing plot on a typically Indian street already housed a 35-year-old temple and four trees. Each element becoming to the design, the bright and colourful temple stands in contrast to the rustic and earthen colours of the studio, while the trees offer shade against the harsh climate. The studio is a simple volumetric play of masses, a two-store... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

10. Visit the Leaning Tower of Pisa...Before It Falls Over!
July 27, 2017

tours of Tuscany, from hiking and biking through the Tuscan countryside to unforgettable villa visits. ">Ready to go on some stunning tours of Tuscany? If you’re an Italo-phile in search of historical and cultural excursions, exploring this region’s scenic landscapes, imposing architecture, and full-bodied wines should be at the top of your bucket list. Known as the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, the area has plenty in store for tourists who are looking to quench their cultural thirst. But where to start your trip? Of course, I only have one answer to this question: the Leaning T... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

11. Making Memories in Murano: A Romantic Trip to the Island of Glass
July 27, 2017

Ah, Venice: the city of dreamy streets, glistening canals, and spectacular architecture. What could be more romantic than taking your one and only on a honeymoon to The Floating City? After all, there’s plenty of enchanting activities to keep you entertained in Venice. Walking tours will keep you active; lavish, candlelit dinners will appeal to your inner romantic; and gondola rides will allow you to fully immerse yourself in the city’s beauty. But while Venice has a lot in store for starry-eyed couples, there’s one activity that takes romance to a whole new level: a daytrip to the nearb... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

12. A Burmese Saga
July 20, 2017

The recently opened Burma Burma in Delhi, the second outlet of the restaurant is a Burmese delight, offering both food and glimpses of the land of Myanmar. Designed by interior designer, Minnie Bhatt and inspired by a trip to the country, the restaurant, though contemporary in style has Burma in all its details. One walks into Burma Burma through a façade reminiscent of fine Burmese nuances such as mouldings cast in cement, as those of the Buddhist pagoda spires, the doll logo, and artefacts from Myanmar along with a screen of Burmese prayer cast in metal wire over a glass panel, w... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

13. Explore the Historic Centre of Bruges
July 19, 2017

So, you’ve decided on a holiday in Bruges? Great choice. Known as the Venice of the North, this Belgian metropolis is not only celebrated for its dreamy streets, intricate architecture and glistening waters, but also for its status as a noteworthy cultural hub. Let’s take a look at what historical highlights this fascinating World Heritage Site has in store. Basilica of the Holy Blood (Heilig-Bloedbasiliek) Goeiemorgen! When you’re ready to take on your first morning in Bruges, I recommend starting your cultural excursion at the city’s renowned basilica. In addition to its jaw-dropp... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

14. 48 Hours in Munich: Explore the Highlights on a City Break
July 18, 2017

Germany’s third largest city easily seems as if it were made for 48-hour trips, and has plenty of exciting activities in store for weekend visitors. With its grand Gothic architecture, leafy parks and gardens, and streets that resemble illustrations of fairy-tale books, a city break in Munich is a fantastic introduction to German – and distinctly Bavarian – culture. In other words, get ready for lots of beer and bratwurst sausages! If you’re planning the perfect 48-hour city break in Munich, be sure to check out my recommended itinerary and my insider tips: Day One Your first po... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

15. When in Rome, Drink Like the Romans
July 17, 2017

Visitors to the Eternal City are often faced with difficult choices when it comes to deciding what to leave on and off an itinerary with so much art, architecture and history on offer. But along with discovering the iconic treasures of this magnificent city, there is much pleasure to be found in exploring another very important Roman passion: the food and wine. While some Rome tours might cover this aspect to a certain degree, for those with a special interest it's not enough to simply pay lip service to the important contributions the city has made to Italian cuisine and the lasting lega... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

16. The new old!
July 17, 2017

A typical Victorian-era home in London by Thompson + Baroni Architects with bursts of colour in a neutral palette and unending spaciousness is a prime example of new old architecture. Using their signature minimal style, the architects completely transform a tired old space in South West London into a warm, open-plan space complete with large seamless openings to the outdoors, bringing in mesmerizing views of the surrounding landscape. As was the case with most homes from that era, this home too had numerous cross walls and structural members that interrupted the open plan. Where s... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

17. Meet the Ghosts of Rome's Pivotal Emperors
July 17, 2017

For those looking for a true immersion in the history of Rome, tours on foot are the best way of gaining an authentic perspective on the city's iconic landmarks. You'll encounter in person the architecture and monuments you know so well from photographs, and you’ll create lifelong memories of one of the most astounding cities in the world. Join an expert guide on one of the small group Rome tours and follow in the footsteps of the most powerful and influential leaders of the Roman Empire. The Ara Pacis: Augustus When Augustus (the first Emperor of Rome) returned to the city after an... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

18. How to Visit the Vatican with Kids
July 17, 2017

For anyone who wants to experience the full glory of the Eternal City, a visit to the Vatican is essential. The centre of the Roman Catholic Church is one of the richest sources of culture, history, and architecture in Europe, and is home to some of the most iconic Renaissance art in the world. For those with children, it may seem like a fairly big challenge to engage in a cultural excursion of this proportion. However, with a little bit of planning, it can actually be an extremely fun and fulfilling experience for young ones – and anyone with a family knows that's great news for parents... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

19. Garden of Four Seasons
July 13, 2017

International design and innovation office Carlo Ratti Associati, together with property developer Citylife, unveils “Garden of the Four Seasons”, an enclosed garden in Milan, where all four seasons coexist with each other, concurrently, throughout the year. Copy: Based on a concept by Dr. Barbara Römer, founder of the creative consultancy Studio Römer, and inspired by the historical Quattro Stagioni fountain located in the neighbourhood, the project leverages a new system for high-precision climate control, by which incoming solar energy is partially collected through photovoltaics and ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

20. Monochrome whimsy!
July 10, 2017

In his second installation that combines art, architecture, and domesticity, Ar. Jean Verville presents a domestic architectural installation designed for two lovers of contemporary arts… The second installation in the series of three, IN2 integrates an inventive experimentation in a Montreal cottage of the 50s. Since the home-makers are art and culture aficionados, Jean exalts the fusion of art and everyday life in a proposal requiring a high degree of user participation. The architectural intervention blurs the reading of spaces with volumetric assemblages and visual breakthroughs, c... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

21. Art, Architecture, Domesticity!
July 08, 2017

Ar. Jean Verville realises IN 1 2 3, three installations combining art, architecture, and domesticity; intimate portraits that present universes in themselves… The current decompartmentalization of artistic disciplines brings about the emergence of new proposals. Architect Jean Verville demonstrates this hybridization in architectural interventions swapping the user's experience into a spatial and pictorial experimentation, in which sensory perception is asked to transgress the physical limits of space to favour the illusory abstraction of dimensional form and produce architecture that se... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

22. Stimulating passion
July 05, 2017

Breaking the stereotype of predictable office interiors, the Pune office of TUV India designed by Spacetech Designs is a dynamic space that inspires, stimulates passion and encourages teamwork. The typical shell of minimalistic and bland office interiors is passé; and professional yet friendly atmospheres are in! The TUV India office uses this concept by employing the colour red in a bold, dramatic way on feature walls in an otherwise neutral setting. Ar. Anita Chapekar Bhinge of Spacetech Designs had a free reign over the project as their clients did not have any standardised colour pal... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

23. Art with a view!
July 03, 2017

Veech X Veech Architecture and Design Studio uses art and nature as nodal points to design a unique living space for an artist couple… The ground-plus-one home, studio, gallery and sculpture garden of the renowned sculptor Vadim Kosmatschof and visual artist Elena Koneff is nestled on a hillside in Vienna with a breath-taking valley view. An atelier and exhibition area share space with the kitchen on the ground floor, while the living area, three rooms and roof atelier sit comfortably above. The multifunctional studio, designed by Austrian design firm Veech X Veech, takes advantage o... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

24. The view is everything!
July 03, 2017

Close to the boundary of a protected wilderness in the south of France, Chevallier Architects rejuvenate a home with state-of-the-art technology, whilst keeping it contextually rooted. The situation was unique: Chevallier Architectes took on this project, when it was on the verge of being abandoned. There were many constraints, but the architect’s team studied the situation and proposed solutions that would make it possible to successfully complete the construction, including optimization of the space. With the site very close to the boundary of a protected wilderness, the building’s... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

25. 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

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