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26. Between the folds: art, architecture and community
September 10, 2018


LUKSTUDIO delivers an arresting spatial experience through their U Concept Gallery amidst the energetic, socio-cultural West Bund neighbourhood in Shanghai... Nestled inside the Sunny Walk shopping compound, the gallery converges the cultural, educational and commercial programs under one roof – a semi-public retail experience that unfolds along the elongated space. Designed to be simplistic and engaging, the gallery allows users to mingle and explore as they move through the folds that compose the space. Sandwiched between the atrium and a narrow public corridor, this layered arcade... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

27. CHANGE: A Random Walk from Known to Mystery
August 27, 2018


This essay describes events that reflect our human condition; our inane ability to morph from a system of relative societal harmony to one of cacophony. What follows is NOT intended as a value judgment of individuals or organizations and groups, but simply an angle on so-called progress from my exclusive point-of-view—that and nothing more. My scope of information comes from five generations that have overlapped during my lifetime. Plus, I have worked and lived abroad, which gives me the benefit of a variety of international experiences, opinions, and worldviews. I have a lot of raw data to cr... (read more)

Author: Gene Myers

28. The modern workplace
August 24, 2018


Architects Kruti and Vipul Sukhadia of Sharan Architecture + Design design a distinct office space for Coolline Agency – air conditioning systems’ sales and service dealers. Located in a busy area of Surat city, the 2700 sq. ft. office is characterized by a simple yet sophisticated brand identity and designed to encourage a lively workplace. Following an open-plan, the office is well segregated into the requisite departments and workstations, where hierarchy is maintained by variation in size and ambience. From formal spaces like the conference room, accounts and directors’ offices... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

29. Panthera Tigris: The Two Million Year Evolution of the Tiger
August 22, 2018


There is nothing in the natural world quite as exhilarating as seeing a Tiger in the wild, and there is little doubt that Tiger travel is becoming more and more popular, as awareness about the tenuous survival of this magnificent beast spreads. Despite the intrigue the animal invokes, we have limited knowledge of its evolution and its solitary and secretive behaviour makes studying it difficult. We do, however, have at least some insight into this big cat’s past and how it has evolved into the magnificent animal it is today. How Old? Panthera zdanskyi is the oldest species, and foss... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

30. Why Research is So Important to Tiger Conservation
August 22, 2018


For wildlife lovers who also want to contribute to preserving one of the planet’s most iconic species, participating on a Tiger watching tour to the Indian subcontinent is a thrilling and memorable way in which to raise the profile of this magnificent animal. But there are many aspects to the successful conservation of a species, and one of the most important is that of on-going research. In the case of the Tiger, the vast amount of research carried out by scientists and naturalists into the big cat’s habits and behaviour has contributed to a great number of practical conservation applic... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

31. The Importance of Rehabilitating Our Wild Tigers
August 22, 2018


Anyone who’s had the privilege of participating in a dedicated Tiger watching tour will understand the indescribable thrill of being able to observe this spectacular creature in its natural habitat. With less than 4,000 of the animals remaining in the wild, the privilege of this experience cannot be overstated. Conservation: An On-going Battle for Survival Declining numbers of the big cat have led to a growing awareness for the need for its conservation, and one of the most pressing issues is the need to return as many captive Tigers into their natural habitat as possible. To this e... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

32. The Complex Social Structure of the Tiger
August 22, 2018


The magnificent Tiger is a mammal that, despite its aggressive, powerful and fierce reputation, has attracted human attention for thousands of years. Belonging to the wider genus, Panthera, that includes Lions, Jaguars, Leopards and Snow Leopards, Tigers are the largest group and are characterised by their orange and black stripy coat. Unfortunately Man now poses a significant threat to this beautiful creature, and it is only by raising awareness that the species will survive. Tiger watching tours in India are one of the best ways to see the big cat in the wild and an excellent way to sup... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

33. The Tiger in Folklore, Mythology and Legend
August 22, 2018


Man’s relationship with the Tiger has been strong throughout the centuries. Whether this magnificent beast is feared or revered, there is no denying that it holds a certain intrigue, not least because of its solitary nature, incredible physique and stunning beauty. For hundreds of years this creature has signified different things to different cultures and, across the board, has become symbolic in many ways. India, China, Japan and Vietnam are steeped in ancient culture and the beautiful animal appears almost to excess in their legends, myths and folklores. For anyone considering Tiger t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

34. The Reproduction and Life Cycle of the Tiger
August 22, 2018


There are few animals that have been as fascinating to man as Panthera tigris. Perhaps it is the fact that this magnificent big cat is such a solitary, secretive animal that makes it so intriguing. For anyone who wants to see the beautiful big cat in the wild, organised Tiger travel is definitely the way to do it. And learning more about the species before embarking on a tour deep into Tiger territory will certainly enhance the experience. One of the interesting aspects to delve into is the animal’s reproductive and life cycle. Life Cycle These are solitary animals, usuall... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

35. How Climate Change is Affecting the World's Tigers
August 22, 2018


There is no disputing the fact that climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing the planet. It affects so many parts of our life and the world’s human population must do more to tackle this pressing issue. In a relatively short time, the fine balance between man and nature has shifted, with nature coming off worse in favour of humans living well above their environmental means. This century has seen several species rendered extinct, something that has been definitively attributed to global warming. The World Wildlife Fund has stated that just a 3°C increase in temperatures will... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

36. A landscape of traditional and contemporary impressions
August 21, 2018


A curtain of sandstone red against the backdrop of a light blue sky - the geometric outlines of the Thapar University of Patiala paint a compelling picture. The University is the result of a remarkable collaborative effort between Dublin’s McCullough Mulvin Architects and Delhi’s Design Plus Associates. Planned to embrace the context, reflect culture and inspire students, the design of the 250-acre masterplan follows a specific brief – contemporary and iconic. The campus is designed to include student residences, a sports centre, and a learning centre - equipped with a library, lecture th... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

37. Take to the Skies in Jasper: Jaw-Dropping Viewing Experiences
August 15, 2018


I am a strong believer that everybody should see The Rocky Mountains at some point in their lifetime. This stunning mountain range stretches all the way across the USA and Canada and is an astonishing sight to behold with its dramatic ridges, amazing wildlife, epic alpine lakes and much more. Due to the fact that they stretch some 3,000 miles, there are many tourist destinations in the Rockies. Holidays to this area have become hugely popular in recent years and I recommend Jasper, Canada as the perfect place to experience the Rockies on a once-in-a-lifetime trip. In addition to being an... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

38. Maligne: Exploring the World-Famous Canyon and Lake
August 15, 2018


In my humble opinion, no Canadian holiday is complete without visiting the stunning alpine town of Jasper in the Alberta province. Home to its own national park and surrounded by picture-perfect scenery amid the breathtaking Rocky Mountains, Jasper is a nature lover’s paradise with a wide range of things to see and do during your time here. The Maligne Canyon and Maligne Lake are two magnificent attractions which will certainly be candidates for the highlight of your Canadian holiday. Maligne Canyon An area of great geological and historical importance, the Maligne Canyon is the deep... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

39. Bijapur's Tungal School - unconventionally vernacular!
August 11, 2018


check out the images on indiaartndesign.com ">Inspired by the historical domes that grace Bijapur, BSB Architects realise the Tungal Memorial Trust’s vision of a vernacular school just outside the city limits. Sprawled over a site of 30,000 sq. m. just outside the main city, the educational campus includes classrooms, interaction spaces, a dining complex as well as residential units. The architectural endeavour was to create comfortable, habitable spaces with local materials that could adapt to the changing weather conditions in the generally hot climate of Bijapur. The design,... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

40. Greenpeace and Climate Change
August 04, 2018


Imagine a world where energy was clean, safe, and secure. A world free from oil spills, coal pollution and risky nuclear power. A world where we did everything easy to prevent further global warming. The good thing is the world lies in the reach, because of alternative energy. Greenpeace is attempting to accelerate the leap to some 100 % alternative energy future - the true secret to the security and wellbeing. Why we require 100% alternative energy Burning non-renewable fuels - coal, oil and gas - is bringing about global warming, making us sick, and destroying the lands and oceans ... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

41. Contrary, by design!
July 28, 2018


The Masquespacio design studio is a study in the use of a contrary yet harmonious palettes of both - colours and materials. The Valencia-based multi-disciplinary studio has an unapologetically bold style that’s hard to miss. From standout spaces in the hospitality industry to instantly recognisable branding projects, Masquespacio’s effortlessly executed pastiche of the post-modern and the contemporary is a sight to behold and, undeniably, impossible to miss. For its own studio, too, the Spanish design agency mirrors the versatile approach to visual culture that its founders, Ana Mil... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

42. Experiment, explore and experience
July 26, 2018


HP Lakhani Associates invite you to their Hyderabad office, which stands as a testimonial of their design philosophy and approach... Three ‘E’s sum up the design of this office – bounding much ahead of being a mere physical manifesto of what the firm stands for! By ingeniously showcasing their experimentation and exploration, the architect firm has created a bespoke experience for its clients. Maximum usage of biodegradable and green building materials complemented by natural organic finishes anoint the interiors and the beatific terrace space. Starting at the entrance, one’s eyes ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

43. The office with the cool blue flooring!
July 26, 2018


Dipen Gada and Associates designs an office for a builder in Vadodara that sports an indigo blue flooring and is surrounded by green pockets wrapping its periphery… The blue flooring is a byproduct of an idea of having a eucalyptus leaf cut-out in the ceiling slab in the reception-cum-central lobby area of the office. Fortunately, since the developer owned the building, this 8,150 sq. ft. premises on the top-most floor allowed the architect liberty to play around with a few architectural elements. “When we cut the ceiling slab, harsh glare and heat flooded this area, which needed t... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

44. Big Cats in the Wild: Close Encounters on Tiger Tours
July 20, 2018


For anyone who has ever imagined seeing the magnificent Panthera tigris in the wild, Tiger tours are the only way to safely do so. This iconic species, so beautiful and yet still in grave danger of becoming extinct, is an animal on the top of many wildlife lovers’ wish list. Tiger tours to the Indian subcontinent not only offer a huge range of opportunities and itineraries, they are also an eco-friendly and responsible way of seeing the big cat in its natural habitat. What To Expect on Tiger Tours There are several national parks in India that are home to a healthy population of the... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

45. Eye on the Prize: The Incredible Ocular Ability of the Tiger
July 20, 2018


For anyone travelling to India to see the magnificent Panthera tigris in the wild, the more information gleaned before leaving for a Tiger tour, the more fulfilling the experience will be. While on a Tiger tour in the Indian subcontinent, the safari trips into the jungle will take place first thing in the morning or late into the afternoon, when the light is dim and dusky and the animals are most active. This is partly due to the fact that this is the coolest part of the day, but also because the Tiger can take advantage of its incredible eyesight, which serves it brilliantly even in the... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

46. On the Trail of the Tiger: Preferred Habitats of the Big Cat
July 20, 2018


Tigers are extremely adaptable mammals and are able to survive and thrive in a wide range of habitats. The big cats can live around mangrove swamps, tropical rainforests, grasslands, savannahs and even rocky mountains. The six main sub species each survive in completely different conditions around the world, in terms of geography, ecology and climate. Asia (and, in particular, India) is home to the biggest numbers of Panthera tigris, with the Bengal Tiger (Panthera Tigris Tigris) also found in locations around Bangladesh and Nepal. The Indochinese (Panthera Tigris Corbetti) roams the den... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

47. Panna National Park: Home of the Tiger in Madhya Pradesh
July 20, 2018


India is undoubtedly one of the best places in the world to see Tigers in their natural habitat. Those on an organised Tiger safari may visit one or multiple national parks, with the country heavily involved in the conservation of the big cat and the precious ecosystems so important to its survival. Northern and Central India are home to some wonderful national parks, including Bandhavgarh, Ranthambore, Pench and Panna, each one featuring a diverse and unique landscape. One of the least explored is Panna, but it is an absolute wildlife haven and well worth visiting. Introducing Pann... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

48. Other Wildlife on an Indian Tiger Tour: Introducing the Sloth Bear
July 20, 2018


Nature lovers who travel to India on a dedicated Tiger tour are privileged to enjoy one of the most exciting wildlife experiences available. Seeing this enigmatic and secretive big cat in its natural habitat is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. But the big cat is not the only exotic animal that can be observed on a Tiger tour, and the parks and reserves are home to a profusion of other wildlife as well. One of the most sought after sightings is the Sloth Bear (Melursus ursinus), a species native to the Indian subcontinent and found in lowland forests of India in places like the Pen... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

49. Raising Conservation Awareness: What's Threatening Our Tigers?
July 20, 2018


Since the beginning of the twentieth century the number of wild Tigers has been on an alarming decrease. However, it appears the tide has finally turned. The establishment of dedicated conservation programmes has resulted in the first growth in wild population numbers for over a century and, while still vulnerable, the big cat’s future is looking a little more assured. For those whose wildlife dream is to encounter this magnificent big cat in its natural habitat, a well-organised Tiger safari to one or more of the parks and reserves of the Indian subcontinent offers the chance to do just ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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