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1. Courtyard home
March 28, 2018

Bangalore-based Cadence Architects designs a 4100 sq. ft. bungalow that creates an inward-looking haven for the residents, blocking out the urban vagaries of the burgeoning metropolis. A sensuous sweeping curve captures the imagination at the first glance, set as it is, amidst a dense and conventional residential fabric. The contemporary ferroconcrete form, curvilinear, composed of clean lines, becomes iconic in context. A large and the only opening punctured in the curved façade accords a strong identity to the building, while characterizing the master bedroom inside with a distinct cur... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

2. Guwahati International Airport design unveiled
March 20, 2018

The new international terminal building for the Guwahati airport designed by Design Forum International along with a team of 15 design and consulting firms curates a series of moments and experiences for the travellers... At the altar of the land of the mighty Brahmaputra and Maa Kamakhya Devi, the new Integrated Terminal Building at Guwahati International Airport goes beyond the required complex functional demands of the aviation industry and creates an experience full of marvel and moments of fascination for every traveller. A sense of awe and wonder takes over, as the form of the ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

3. A house as powerful as the lake!
March 15, 2018

Camp Minoh, a vacation home in Northern Michigan, designed by Ar. William Kaven, attempts to reflect the massiveness of the Michigan lake… Historically, Michigan was a place of refuge; a place, where people came to trap fur or escape the law; Ernst Hemingway called it a ‘great place to laze around, and the best place in the world to do nothing’. Today, it is a popular summer and winter destination, well-shielded from commercial exposure due to its extreme weather conditions. Situated in sparsely populated Northern Michigan, Camp Minoh too serves as a refuge for extended family gather... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

4. The science in the art of architecture!
March 13, 2018

THEVERYMANY art and architecture studio gives Mississauga an installation that is both, inspired by the region’s pine trees, and otherworldly in the emotion that it generates… Standing tall at the entrance of Central Mississauga’s Riverwood Conservancy, the glistening Pine Sanctuary installation mimics the pine trees of the natural landscape at first glance. Although it serves as a place-marker of geographical relevance, the fantastical piece of public art holds a lot more weight at a scale between sculpture and architecture. Real-world comparisons are subjective, feels architect Ma... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

5. Metaphoric master-plan by Zaha Hadid Architects in UAE
March 08, 2018

Following an international competition, ARADA has appointed Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) to design the Central Hub, the centrepiece of Aljada, the developer’s renowned masterplan in Sharjah, UAE. Developed with environmental considerations integrated throughout the masterplan to minimise the consumption of resources, the proposal conceptualises the moment a water droplet strikes the earth’s surface, captured in an array of elliptical buildings designed to channel prevailing winds into civic spaces and courtyards to facilitate cooling during the summer months. The central observation ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

6. Will transformation design give impetus to design thinking?
February 22, 2018

Pei Cobb Freed & Partners unveils a transformation design for IESB Brasilia’s new university campus… The New York-based architectural firm Pei Cobb Freed & Partners has been selected to design a major expansion to IESB Brasilia, an international university based in Brazil’s capital, that will more than double the size of the campus with new facilities and open space. IESB’s inward-focused existing campus will be transformed by an L-shaped complex featuring a new academic allée and a generous entry precinct with facilities that serve both the university and the public. Design par... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

7. Play of contrasts
February 20, 2018

Multi-disciplinary design firm, Cluster One Creative Solutions Pvt. Ltd. designs a stand-out abode spanning 3250 sq. ft. in Chandrapur, Maharashtra based on a theme of contrasts… Using a modern approach, the theme extends from the external façade of the four-bedroom bungalow to the interior spaces and is evident in the contemporary straight-lined furniture and furnishings, well defined through both, predictable and bold; and subtle colour contrasts that meet the eye through a tasteful play of design, patterns and materials that stand out in a neutral envelope. A generous use of natur... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

8. This building is informed by Ikebana principles
January 30, 2018

Design Forum International designs a nature-inspired curtain raiser to an upcoming residential development by Novell Group in Neemrana… To spend time at Novell Group’s Ikebana Experience Centre in Neemrana in the town of Alwar, Rajasthan, is to get a taste of the lifestyle that accompanies owning an apartment in the Novell Ikebana condominium towers. Sitting on the NH8 highway, far from the hustle and bustle of the city, the eye-catching structure, resembling a leaf, borrows from Ikebana, the Japanese art of arranging flowers. The project team led by Ar. Anand Sharma and interior de... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

9. FREDERICK LAW OLMSTED
January 29, 2018

Frederick Law Olmsted a member of eighteen generation was born in Hartford in 1822. He was the first to acknowledge landscape architecture as both a fine art and profession. Frederick Law Olmsted was sent by his father to receive education from the clergymen who were living in surrounding countryside. In 1837, Frederick was prevented from entering the Yale college and he spent time traveling and working as a successful farmer, writer, business person and a journalist. Frederick Law Olmsted’s landscape career started in 1857 when he won the competition for the design of the New York City ... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

10. Step into History on a Bulgaria Tour
January 19, 2018

Bulgaria is more than a forward-looking, contemporary nation set in a stunning central European landscape, it is a country with a fascinating past, ripe for discovery. Sandwiched in between Greece and Turkey, and within the extensive reach of the Roman and Russian Empires, much of the story of Bulgaria is built upon the architecture, culture and history of its powerful neighbours. On a Bulgaria tour you’ll see everything from ancient Greek and Roman ruins to Ottoman Mosques and Orthodox Russian churches. Visiting the Captial It is not hard to stumble upon history in the nation... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Home in the lap of nature!
December 11, 2017

Golany Architects designs a residence in Galilee that takes into consideration the raw landscape that surrounds it. The two-storey residence is situated on a lot at the edge of a village in Galilee, overlooking mountainous terrain and hugged by the Sea of Galilee. Having ascertained the exact level at which the sea first meets the eye, the home is designed to offer unobstructed views into the great wide-open, as it stands sans retaining barriers. The Tel Aviv-based architects adopt a sustainable and environmental approach, throwing open floor-to-ceiling windows to usher in sweeping ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

12. Minimalist, sculptural...
November 02, 2017

A minimal architectural intervention in a garden, by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos materializes as a 70 sq. m. guest pavilion, an extension to a residential project by the studio in Valencia, Spain. The pavilion, set amidst a centenary olive tree, a deciduous liquidambar sieving sunlight depending on the seasons and a pomegranate tree all standing tall, seamlessly links with the garden. Located approaching one of the limits of the land, perpendicular to the pool, the built piece has minimal impact on the garden, offering unrestricted views to the main house, save a slim opaque façade, almost... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

13. Luxury with a green soul
October 17, 2017

TCS Architects, sibling design studio of Design Forum International, designs and builds two multi-residence buildings in Delhi, both intended to reflect luxury with a green soul “With a decreasing green cover in urban areas, craving for a green view and a connection to nature has become more intense, both for visual reasons as well as to create sufficient biomass to produce oxygen,” say Goonmeet Singh Chauhan and Anoj Tevatia, principal architects speaking of the design of their two recent projects – in Vasant Vihar and Greater Kailash, New Delhi. Retaining trees and shrubs on site, intr... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

14. Home away from home!
October 10, 2017

Designed by SM Studio, this weekend getaway amidst lush green expanses of the hilly terrain of Lonavala, effectively blurs the boundaries between inside and outside. A modern dwelling against a laidback visual setting, the landscape and the built form are designed to reflect the surrounding peaceful expanses of nature, merging the outdoors with the interiors. The openness of the built form showers the home with abundant natural light, through full-height sliding windows, while two sides facing open spaces frame views of the scenery around, through extension of living spaces to balconies ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

15. 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

16. 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

17. 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

18. 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

19. 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

20. The sales experience
May 11, 2017

Square Consultancy Services designs two sales pavillions for potential homeowners,creating an oasis of nature in the concrete jungle that the city of Kolkata is... Developers have been continually outdoing their mojo in the attempt to allure potential clientele to their real-estate projects. Sales pavilions offer visitors an experience that sets the benchmark for both - purchase and expectations from the new locale; the showflat completes the picture. In their designs for the sales-offices-cum-show-flats for Ecos New Town and Sugam Habitat, both based in Kolkata, the architects play... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

21. Space for the mind and the soul!
April 29, 2017

An ode to minimalist design and simplistic materials, Anaha Spa provides a serene yet luxurious refuge. Copy: An addition to Shreyas Retreat, a well-known boutique resort and luxury ashram at Bengaluru, The Purple Ink Studio has designed this 20,000 sq. ft. ‘retreat-in-retreat’ combining the raw, unfinished character of exposed brick and concrete to form a charismatic serene abode. The main block sits partially submerged into the ground, reducing its imposition on the landscape; whilst creating carefully designed sunken courts on all sides. The approach to the main area slowly opens... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

22. 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

23. Tips and tricks for adding water features to garden landscapes
March 24, 2017

It depends on your artistic sensibility and landscaping study how you can put certain elements in your garden to enhance the beauty of it. Not everybody is capable of creating a beautiful garden landscape even if there are all elements in it. Creating a garden landscape requires a certain architecture sensibility, and of course a sense of aesthetic sensibility, which are the decisive factors in garden landscaping. Water features in gardens are certainly very important aspects. Water is a very strong element and it gives an emphatic impression in a natural surroundings. Water features... (read more)

Author: Alice Campbell

24. 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

25. The great outdoors!
March 14, 2017

Interior designer, Martine Brisson invigorates a heritage home by introducing a patio that combines the idea of a garden and outdoor living through a play of levels. An 1887 heritage home in Montreal’s Plateau district that had the house and its two garagesdetachedand at different levels, now stands harmonized and connected via the varying heights of its roofs, seamlessly through a play of planes, materials and vegetation. The intervention was planned out in four levels to add a filter of subtle transition of spaces, where each of these spaces acts like segments of the same line, co... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

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