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1. Emancipation of a shopping mall!
March 20, 2017

Istanbul’s ambitious Watergarden project turns conventional mall typology on its head by establishing a bold horizontal hierarchy… With a conscious focus only on gastronomy and entertainment, this new recreational centre in the happening Atasehir district of Istanbul aims at creating a new social fabric for the natives and tourists alike. Designed by Dutch design firm, TConcept with spatial organization and interior design by MDArch Architecture, the mixed-use nature and the eclectic programme that spans over a site of 165,000 sq m is centered around a 5000 sq. m. performance pool – t... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

2. Adaptive reuse of century-old Ahmedabad home
February 07, 2017

Taking familial values several notches higher, the Kasturbhai Lalbhai Museum is a colonial home turned museum space that aspires to engage audiences in revisiting historical treasures and simultaneously revivifying Ahmedabad’s cultural scene... The museum stands apart as a labour of love; reflecting diligent detailing and underlying passion as key drivers of unbounded love and reverence, as Jayshree and Sanjay Lalbhai pay homage to the latter’s grandfather – Late Kasturbhai. Incidentally, a man, who not only worked for the preservation of art and culture, but is also the force behind a nu... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

3. Bringing together urban design, architecture and art!
February 07, 2017

Visit indiaartndesign.com to view the images of this public art installation ">The new design for the external space belonging to the office development “die welle” (the wave) is an urban design measure with an architectural context and an artwork. Did you just ask, ‘What’s in a name?’ Well, architects Till Schneider and Michael Schumacher of schneider+schumacher have spun a bespoke design being inspired from the name of the complex in which it is built. Enhancing the office complex “die welle”, located close to the Alte Oper in Frankfurt am Main, the architects explore the redes... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

4. Why is landscape design so important in public spaces?
November 18, 2016

Landscape design is one of the essential components of a public space. In modern times, people are looking for a landscape design that features a blend between nature and modern living, and this is the main reason it has become essential for the public spaces all across the world. In case you had even the slightest touch with this domain, you know that this field is incredibly broad, and if it is so complex, then it definitely has to be important. Compared with other domains this one has a long list of reason why people consider it important. Moreover, the list is continually growing, because ... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

5. Revisiting the ‘closed town block' typology!
October 17, 2016

Complied by Leah Linhares A collaborated winning entry by Henning Larsen Architects, SLA and Tyréns will be the face of Uppsala’s new town hall… With its transparent architecture, the new town hall in Uppsala, Sweden, proposes to enter into a dialogue with its citizens; greeting them inside through a passage running through the ground floor of the building. Covered with a great glass roof, the courtyard makes up the heart of the building, where public services and programs will be situated. A sculptural edifice in the centre of the courtyard connects old and new departments with... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

6. Lost in space. Found in colour.
September 25, 2016

Japan-based French designer Emmanuelle Moureaux, known for playing with colours in public spaces, uses centimetre-level accuracy of the quasi-zenith satellite system (QZSS) as a motif in her latest paper-based vivid artwork. For this art installation titled ‘I Am Here’, the designer-artist adopts elements from the proposed satellite-based augmentation and navigation system to create an interactive and vibrant installation. (The QZSS is efficient enough to measure global positioning to an accuracy of centimetres from approximately 40,000 km in space). Set up at an ongoing event calle... (read more)

Author: Udita Chaturvedi

7. Engineered Art
July 21, 2016

By Rutvi Ashar Award winning Studio Fuksas has designed and is close to completing a 566 seater music theatre and exhibition hall for the Tbilisi Development Fund; a space where engineering meets art and reaches the climax of true architecture! Conceptualised by Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas at the 40 year old Studio Fuksas, The Musical Theatre and the Exhibition Hall in Tbilisi, Georgia is a two winged purely dynamic structure that acts as a perfect foreground to the colonial structures towards its rear and a sort of continuation to the fluid glass bridge towards its entry. This ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

8. Nestle's unique celebration!
July 07, 2016

Nestlé has opened its doors to the public on the occasion of its 150th anniversary! The world’s largest food company is hosting an open house! Utrecht-based experience design bureau, Tinker Imagineers has designed a family experience nest in Switzerland for the company; where a floor area of 6,626 m2 (3500m2 exhibition space), located in Vevey at Lake Geneva, is made open to the public to engage in an honest and involved dialogue about what the company stands for. Incidentally, this is the place where Henri Nestlé established his first factory in 1866. More than one hundred Dutch de... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

9. Jawahar Kala Kendra: Soulful Refurbishment
April 22, 2016

Studio SOUL is refurbishing the heritage beacon of Rajasthan – the Jawahar Kala Kendra, with a thoughtful conservation of its architectural character and the original architect’s lofty vision… As an important centre for contemporary Indian art and cultural activities, the legendary Jawahar Kala Kendra (1986-1981), Jaipur, designed by legendary Indian Architect Charles Correa, is undergoing revitalization with part restoration and part renovation at the hands of Mumbai-based Studio SOUL headed by architects Dhaval Malesha and Devendra Bawdane. Initiated in March 2015, phase I has just... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

10. Lucknow Memorial Gate: An ecologically viable footprint!
February 26, 2016

Archohm exemplifies an ecological footprint with a subtractive approach in the design of the proposed Lucknow Memorial Gate… Conceptualised as a simple and contemporary rendition of the iconic Roomi Darwaza, the Lucknow Memorial Gate, located at the opposite node of the Samta Mulak Chowk, Lucknow sensitively combines typical elements from Jain and early Indo-Islamic architecture. Externally, the two criss-crossing arches are anointed with the ‘Torana’, or bud like element that makes up a garland, typifying Jain architecture and one of the earliest elements to be picked up by the Mus... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

11. Beautifying the Taj Mahal surrounds
February 08, 2016

The Taj Ganj urban redevelopment footprint spans the incremental growth of the contemporaneous neighbourhood of the Taj Mahal and marks a significant landmark in its tourist mapping… ? Agra’s Taj Ganj exhibits urban decay yet holds immeasurable vibrancy. A highly dense fabric, crumbling infrastructure and acute lack of open spaces are juxtaposed with the richness of cultural life, socio-economic ingenuity and a built environment expressing almost amusing resourcefulness. Comprised largely of erstwhile markets appropriated into residential quarters, a few herita... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

12. Turning the workspace inside out
December 02, 2015

By Neehar Mishra Photography: Courtesy NLA With a unique design that stresses on a seamless integration of the external and internal environment, the ‘Offices with Terraces’ designed by Nicolas Laisné Associés are sure to improve the quality of life at the workplace… With the professional environment graduating towards a more informal, collaborative and practical approach to work, offices that facilitate the same through more open spaces, minimal clutter and better approachability and flexibility have become the need of the future. In a bid to do justice to this visio... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

13. "Kalpataru" - Identity India
November 26, 2015

The V&A, on the 10th of November, unveiled a festive light installation in the Grand Entrance of the museum, created by India’s Sarthak Sahil Design Co, as part of the V&A India Festival… “It is V&A’s annual practice to invite an installation just before Christmas,” informs Sarthak Sengupta; “And this time, since they were celebrating the India Festival, they invited us to design this in time for Diwali.” The installation is a beacon of culture, nuanced and subtle in representative iconography and constitutes a dual celebration for Christmas and Diwali. An ensemble of free-standing s... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

14. Assemble and Engage - The Parisian Kiosque!
November 25, 2015

Complied by Leah Linhares Photography: Courtesy Studio Bouroullec Designers’ dream-team – Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec stride ahead, proving their profound love for design with their new project - Kiosque. Commissioned by real estate group, Emerige, the designers’ sensibilities have directed a move away from the usual type of structures to come up with a modular, standalone unit that could initially be used as a display area and point-of-sale for the Batignolles project (a previous project of Emerige) but could then be taken down and re-assembled for other purposes: The result is Kios... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

15. Future Building of the Year Awardee - A step back in time!
November 23, 2015

Sanjay Puri Architects has scored a hat-trick: winning their most recent third international award for this yet-to-be-built Reservoir project in Rajasthan at the WAF, as the Best Office (Future) Building of the Year 2015… But this time around, it’s not futuristic design (that he is so famous for) that has won him accolades; but a form inspired from centuries’ old traditional architecture of the region. Since the corporate office project is for a cement conglomerate in the desert state of Rajasthan, the design has sensitively been based on context to site, climate and needs of its users. ... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

16. Business Nomads: Networking on the move!
November 22, 2015

Compiled by Leah Linhares Photography: Courtesy v2com Dutch design firm Abrahams Crielaers blends in a little of the conventional with the contemporary to give the business world a dynamic state-of-the-art office christened Tribes... Tribes is the new network of mobile offices for workers from every field and origin; it is the first ‘mobile office’ within the Eindhoven flight forum, a short distance away from the airport. Drawing inspiration from famed photographer Jimmy Nelson’s travel tales to different tribal villages, Tribes is dedicated to present-day likeminded profession... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

17. Delve into Morocco... the ZieZo Marokko way!
November 08, 2015

By Rutvi Ashar Photography: Thijs Wolzak; courtesy the architects Exhibition architects, Kossmann.dejong in association with Tropenmuseum Junior use ‘interaction’ as key in the design of ‘experience Morocco’ exhibition catering to the idiosyncrasies of a wide audience... ‘Ziezo Marokko’ is a theatrically laid out exhibition space that literally makes you board a flight, travelling to destination Morocco, where you are experientially taken through the sights, sounds and smells of a Moroccan Medina. Flexi-design solutions and imaginative concepts give rise to spaces that come a... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

18. Brand Exercise
November 04, 2015

By Rutvi Ashar Photography: Courtesy Estúdio AMATAM Estúdio AMATAM draws out and uplifts the brand identity of Tonik Health Club via smart use of colour and material, resulting in a welcoming, refined and sophisticated environment... Located in a modern building in premium Laranjeiras, Lisbon, hitherto subjected to the lack of coherence, unwelcoming materials and a humdrum environment has its reception and foyer in particular spruced up to create a lasting first impression on clients. Beginning with the reception desk, by redesigning its roof to create an elegant and distingui... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

19. Etawah's proposed Lion Safari Park
October 03, 2015

Archohm Consults’ yet-to-be-built concept for the Lion Safari Park in Etawah is contextually driven with a modern touch, metaphorically merging diverse sensibilities... The Asiatic lion, also known as the Indian lion, an endangered species that exists as a single isolated population in the state of Gujarat in India, is being considered to be handed over to the government of Uttar Pradesh to realise their dream project of creating a lion safari at Etawah in a bid to preserve the species. Conceptualized as an exploratory safari park, this proposal comes with great expectations of pro... (read more)

Author: Udit Chaudhuri

20. 02679D
October 02, 2015

The new contemporary art museum, The Broad in downtown Los Angeles is a personalized experiential take away for both, the connoisseur and layperson alike! Dubbed “the veil and the vault,” the museum’s design by architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Gensler merges the two key programs of the building: public exhibition space and the archive/storage that will support The Broad Art Foundation’s lending activities. Rather than relegate the archive/storage to secondary status, “the vault” plays a key role in shaping the museum experience from entry to exit. Having ope... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

21. Dynamic Duality - Jacou's City Hall cum Wedding Room
September 30, 2015

Complied by Leah Linhares; Photography: Leslie Verdet; courtesy v2com The maxim ‘Where there’s a will, there’s a way’ translates with aplomb at the Jacou city hall cum wedding room by NBJ Architects… Challenged to rethink the dual use of the existing building, NBJ Architects have subtly yet spectacularly amalgamated the activities of the town’s City Hall and Wedding Hall into one edifice. Located in the centre of Jacou, France, the idea behind this exceptional design was to integrate two different key functions of the city. The architects, in order to establish a strong link... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

22. 02679D
September 30, 2015

Complied by Leah Linhares; Photography: Leslie Verdet; courtesy v2com The maxim ‘Where there’s a will, there’s a way’ translates with aplomb at the Jacou city hall cum wedding room by NBJ Architects… Challenged to rethink the dual use of the existing building, NBJ Architects have subtly yet spectacularly amalgamated the activities of the town’s City Hall and Wedding Hall into one edifice. Located in the centre of Jacou, France, the idea behind this exceptional design was to integrate two different key functions of the city. The architects, in order to establish a strong link... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

23. Nazrul Tirtha: Poetry in Concrete
July 21, 2015

A museum and academic research centre dedicated to the late revolutionary poet Kazi Nazrul Islam, architecturally expresses his zealous ideas through a series of ‘twisted’ cuboids… Located on an arterial road of a planned township in New Town Kolkata, this 90,000 sq ft (total plot size 2 acres) tribute to the renowned poet is surrounded by generic built forms with no active public spaces nearby; a prime reason that the building is conceptualized as an inward-looking breathing space amidst the dense city fabric, opines principal architect Abin Chaudhury of Abin Design Studio. The bui... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

24. Concepts by Collaboration
July 16, 2015

Italian furniture honcho Cappellini draws out fresh ideas from the student pool for upcoming airport lounges in Milan, Miami and Tokyo… Student talent is said to come up with a fresh perspective and the Milan Design Week, 2015 provided a platform for budding designers – Érica Giacomelli, Javier Velo and Kirill Ivkotoof Home Luxury Collection Design, Istituto Marangoni School of Design, Milan to showcase their prowess. Their prototype, targeting airports, aims to provide anembracing atmosphere for travellers, doling out precious moments of calm, with a touch of exclusivity and privacy, wit... (read more)

Author: Anuradha K. R.

25. Manchester's state-of-the-art Cultural Centre
June 26, 2015

Manchester’s HOME centre for international contemporary art, theatre and film is designed as a holistic experience furthering cultural endeavours. As the base for the new organisation formed by the merger of Cornerhouse and The Library Theatre Company, HOME is designed to allow for the commissioning, production and presentation of critically engaged and technically complex artistic projects, as well as the hosting of large scale cultural events. Strategically located at First Street in the city centre, the characteristic triangular building with its well-rounded facade creates a strong vi... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

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