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1. The storytellers and the art of the narrative!
December 07, 2017

Reverse Thought Creative Studio Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai attributes client-satisfaction and an intimate connectedness in the business of graphic design, to the art of storytelling…. Copy: Over the last decade, creative start-up, Reverse Thought has worked on diverse projects for corporates, jewellers, real estate companies, non-government organizations, architects, photographers and lifestyle stores. Passionate about combining strategy with art, the team offers creative solutions to business challenges following a process that is exciting and exhilarating, as much as it is enlightening. Their s... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

2. 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

3. 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

4. Designing for the Meta-physical
May 08, 2017

Carlos Arnaiz’s approach to design involves a careful inspection of culture, art and science to accurately reflect the world we live in. IAnD explores his trajectory with the design of spiritual spaces like the 100 Walls and La Salle… CAZA’s designs are people-centric and rooted in how people use spaces. When applied to the design of sacred spaces, this ideology successfully achieves spatial democracy. It creates architecture that draws people in through the mere act of acknowledging their individual relationship with spirituality. In conversation with IAnD… IAnD: As contempor... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

5. Dylogg Cafe - the co-working typology!
April 22, 2017

In a milieu, where office space comes at a premium, ‘Dylogg’ is a bespoke co-working café that aspires to look beyond the workspace to build communities… Designed by Architect Ashish Bhattacharya, his daughter Kokila, and her friend Animesh, this café in the heart of Bhopal promises a comfortable, amicable ambience that tends to gradually grow on the user; besides a high-speed internet connection and refreshments. Accessible via membership, it constitutes a relaxed workspace for people, who have just begun their start-ups and new ventures and need a practical ‘decent’ space to hold meetin... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

6. New vision of a collective housing typology
April 03, 2017

Metaform architecture office chisels out a new typology addressing the overall aspiration of marrying current housing needs and issues with specific conditions of the site... Constant growth and rising housing demands plague urbanites across the globe; giving rise to the need to choose an apartment typology over single-family houses. Poor living quality, lack of feeling of belonging and identity; lack of natural light and view; proximity to neighbours resulting in lack of visual and acoustic privacy; and insufficient physical space in various forms for a life of comfort are factors inhere... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

7. A home that hums with life!
March 21, 2017

Cubism Architects and Interiors reimagine the traditional Chettiar mansion in a modern aesthetic – a positive nod to traditional building typology in a contemporary lifestyle... Cubism Architects and Interiors designs this 10,500 sq. ft. family home in a residential gated community in Tirupur, Tamil Nadu using an open-plan layout that ensures privacy, continuity and a verdant environment, blurring the boundary between the indoors and outdoors... Inspired by the Chettinad region’s striking architecture, particularly the Thotti Kattu Veedu, or courtyard house, Ar. Prasanna Parvatikar a... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

8. 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

9. Primitive Pleasure
January 27, 2017

Feeding on the quest for a unique dining experience, Yunnan, China’s Pu Zao Restaurant is a cocoon of primitive pleasures… Breaking free from conventional design typology, Interior designer, Xu Xu-Jun of Yiduan Shanghai Interior Design has simulated the feel of a leisurely row-boat ride lulling along a meandering river as the thematic for the restaurant in Kunming, Yunnan. Using the starting point as water, which the designer, very quirkily arrives at from the premise that “a good diet is a source of life; no diet without water; water makes people associate with boats; and, presumpt... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

10. 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

11. Dramatic moves
September 08, 2016

An array of exciting and assertive elements seeks to turn the Pro Fitness Gymnasium in Kurukshetra, Haryana into a benchmark for future fitness spaces… Breaking away from stereotypical gym designs, Studio Ardete culls out dramatic ceilings, bold graphics and continuity in patterns and materiality – very unlike a gym - for the sprawling 5,000 sq. ft. space; in sync with fast-changing mindsets and lifestyles in tier 2 cities that reflect a spawning effect from buzzing metropolitan fare. A subtle colour palette of crème, umber, grey and black anoints the interiors with colour popping o... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

12. Should climatically-sensitive architecture become a norm?
June 11, 2016

Compiled by Rutvi Ashar Photography: Courtesy Design Forum International Read Time: 3 mins Design Forum International maps the sand dune typology to the Gulf Adiba Business Complex in Gurgaon that promises to shine like a jewel in the otherwise nondescript industrial township... Applying the sand dune form in their floor plate, DFI create an iconic built form with stepped terraces (like ripples of the sand dune), optimum greenery and natural light (flooding the interiors), resulting in an optimally planned, stress free, open-office style working environment. The 4000 sq. m. p... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

13. Is coexistence the new urban language?
May 21, 2016

The new "Aarhus School of Architecture" is designed to create a new hybrid layout, where a contemporary architectural typology plays with existing old buildings… Ar. Paolo Venturella conceives this Denmark project as a volume that "jumps" over an old brick warehouse creating an original approach to preservation and also organizing exterior and interior functions. Depicting an organic free-flow, the new structure generates an outdoor path from one side to the other. At the same time, it creates two different levels in the interior space: at the lower level are placed common facilities... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

14. Israel's 1940's bakery upscaled to chic industrial grunge café
February 01, 2016

Kofinas cafe is the happening social hang-out at Tzur Moshe’s museum and documentation centre premises in Israel. Ron Shenkin Studio has recently restored a 1940’s building in Tzur Moshe, Israel to its original splendour to house a museum and documentation centre with a café alongside. Designed as an important part of the venue, the Kofinas cafe integrates cultural details by way of tabletop graphics, and wooden shelves displaying antique items and books constituting modular partitions to define and demarcate the space; and engage the diners. Bricks from the original Tabun ov... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

15. Terrarium-thematic restaurant wins INSIDE Award 2015!
January 15, 2016

Complied by Leah Linhares Photography: Hypothesis; courtesy V2com Hypothesis’ adaptive reuse project - Vivarium brought home victory with their recent win at the INSIDE Award 2015! Applying the terrarium typology to an adaptive reuse program, young Thai design agency, Vivarium, has turned an industrial warehouse into an upbeat restaurant program in Bangkok. Carefully preserving the project’s contextual history while creating dialectics between the ‘old’ and the ‘new’ and minimizing the project’s construction cost, majority of the existing 652 sq. m. industrial warehouse is l... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

16. The humane touch!
October 05, 2015

Designed by Jean de Lessard creative designers, the Uniprix pharmacy on the outskirts of Montreal, challenges accepted notions of generic pharmacy typology… Designer Jean de Lessard is known for his radical experimentations! While conceptualizing this pharmacy, he was positive that he wanted the space to reflect the human side of the profession – “empathetic, simple and collective, unpretentious, allowing the pharmacists to be more accessible and be seen by their patients”. To heighten the social dimension of the act, the designer chose to make of the laboratory the focal point, and ... (read more)

Author: Pari Syal

17. Living the high life... amidst nature!
September 22, 2015

GA Design compliments the panoramic locales of Lonavla with a gradient villa project that commandingly juxtaposes nuances of traditional Indian elements with contemporary architecture… The typology of a luxurious second home has undergone several changes to include A-class amenities in a bid to fulfill the growing aspirations of the consumer. With several scenic locales around Mumbai, gated communities and villa projects tend to serve as plush, ideal solutions. Located centrally in the panoramic Sahyadri ranges of Lonavla, about a 100 km from Mumbai, is Regency Willows - one such res... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

18. Monochrome Magic
July 19, 2015

Intro: Ar. Juergen Mayer uses a black and white schematic to accentuate a modern mixed-use building, opting for a complete shift from the traditional architectural surrounds… Copy: The first thing that strikes you about this building is its stunning monochromatic composition; let your imagination flow...and you feel you are looking at snow melting down a building... let your eyes wander the expansive surrounds... and you see a clustered neighbourhood dotted with traditional architecture and this Juergen Mayer signature piece standing loftily in the centre. There is always something... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

19. 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

20. Heydar Aliyev International Airport, Baku
September 03, 2014

Info: Courtesy Autoban & Arcelor Mittal Photography: Kerem Sanliman; courtesy Autoban Autoban-designed New Terminal at Heydar Aliyev International Airport in Azerbaijan challenges hitherto ‘norm’ typology of airports by infusing a warm homely feel that puts ‘passenger-first’ as its USP… Home of Azerbaijan Airlines, the national carrier of Baku, the new terminal building, designed and developed by Arup in collaboration with Woods Bagot and Buro Happold, is based on the shape of a triangle with rounded off edges and angles. The fully glazed, tapered façade provides the building with i... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

21. SKA Sports Complex
August 02, 2014

Read about this very interesting design here http://globalhop.indiaartndesign.com/2014/08/ska-sports-complex-russia.html SKA ice hockey team gets a new practice and play arena that is awarded the silver diploma of "The Golden Capital 2014" architectural rating, whilst still in the making… The sports complex gets its form from its fundamental typology – ice. Imagery simulating the ice cube is used to lend a distinct individuality to the complex and is applied to both – the form of the building and in the details of its façade. Anticipated to be ready for the game by 2015, the sp... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

22. Theme Pavilion in Qingdao
May 27, 2014

Info & Images: Courtesy UNStudio The World Horticultural Expo 2014 in the Chinese city of Qingdao is on view from April to October 2014 and is based on the theme - ‘From the Earth, For the Earth’ in a metaphoric pavilion designed by UnStudio. The main theme of the expo is and aims to encourage the exchange of culture, technology and horticultural knowledge. Its design commission opened through a competition way back in 2011, won by UNStudio combines expert knowledge of logistics, spatial organization, specialized typology, future flexible usability, function programming, façade intel... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

23. Urban Alloy Towers, New York
May 04, 2014

Info & Images: Courtesy AMLGM Urban Alloy Towers by architectural practice AMLGM is the symbiotic re-purposing of the air rights above transportation corridors in New York to forge the dynamics of a continually evolving global centre. Do we really need this? Urbanist’s have long touted the benefits of greater housing density near public transportation hubs. Urban Alloy proposes the advancement of this idea by locating a multi-use typology rooted in the remnant spaces surrounding the intersection of transportation infrastructure, such as elevated train lines and freeway interchanges. ... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

24. All you need to know about frontier markets in the Vietnam area
March 14, 2014

Most of the average persons on the globe have heard of Vietnam in the context of war or assimilate this nation with the typology of the Asian continent, but when it comes to the world of entrepreneurs and business managers, the country is seen in a totally different perspective. As a matter of fact, for the economists, business analysts and money making community, Vietnam is one of the most important and discussed topic nowadays, because it represents a fresh and appealing frontier market. What are frontier markets, you might wonder. This is the financial vocabulary depicting a tiny subset of ... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

25. Lessons from an Intuitive
August 09, 2013

ntuitive people are those whose primary typology is intuition, as opposed to thinking, feeling, or sensing. Intuitive people are those whose strength lies in seeing a situation along a timeline, including the past and the future of a certain event. The opposite typology to intuitive is sensate, which sees things directly, one point at a time, in the present moment. Lessons from the intuitive world include introspection, ability to see the energies and spirits surrounding individual issues, including political and personal agendas, understanding of how a process occurred and where it will ... (read more)

Author: Murray simon

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