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401. Advanced Tech Tool For The Olympic Fanatic
February 13, 2014

You’ll likely find a sea of Smartphones, madly snapping shots and videos throughout all the highlights during this year’s Winter Games. The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia will undoubtedly be the most technologically advanced games yet, with sponsors such as Samsung handing out freebies, gear companies pumping the latest advances, and the buildings housing the games themselves having been designed with the greenest technology around. In fact, the influx of Olympic-related personnel and equipment into Sochi in the months leading up to the Games have placed the city among the Russian town... (read more)

Author: lee ryan

402. Artistic Composition
February 12, 2014

By Teresa Simon Photography: Toshihisa Ishii; courtesy the architects This simple home in Fukuoka city, Japan speaks volumes of compositional art through its architecture... Fukuoka is urbane, green - a contemporary shell rooted in traditional Japanese architecture. Ar. Masahiko Sato’s residential project named ‘Shell’, located a short distance away from Fukuoka city epitomizes the ethos of its surrounds. Enshrined in a residential neighbourhood, with its north end open to traffic, the primary premise of the design is focussed on reducing decibel levels, and giving the inmates... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

403. Tipsy Tales
February 09, 2014

By Teresa Simon Photography: Diego Opazo; courtesy the architect “A tasting room can help sell wine and build brand/ product awareness.” Using this as the basic premise, architect Fran Silvestre designs Vegamar, a wine shop, where both sales and tasting are paired on the same footing. Located in the main shopping district of Valencia in Spain, the 12,300 project aims to convey the quality of the displayed products, while it works simply and effectively on amplifying the space in tandem with the experience. A simple grid-like pattern is effected overall with the alignmen... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

404. Design Excellence
February 09, 2014

IAnD Exclusive Special Report By Savitha Hira Photography: Courtesy Istituto Marangoni The launch of the New School of Design by Istituto Marangoni in Milan on January 23, 2014, expounded the institute’s inherent philosophy that ‘design is infusive and all-pervading’. The scenario was mesmerizing. The street was dark, and the building exterior awash in lavender hues. We were welcomed warmly and led up the few steps into a dark, crowded foyer. Acclimatizing our eyes to the bevy of guests – quite a few recognized celebrities and of course the three dignitaries of the new school ... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

405. Drama in the Ceiling
February 06, 2014

By Marina Correa Photography: Courtesy the architects A 7,000 sq ft bungalow in Hyderabad boasts of intriguing ceilings that make stylish statements… Approached solely for designing the interiors, principal designers Riyaz and Simeen Quraishi of Moriq Interiors and Design Consultants’ initial inhibitions were transformed into an eager challenge, when they set eyes on the circular staircase on site! Although the staircase had to be relocated to exactly the opposite direction due to Vaastu reasons, the design solution was advantaged by the double-height ceiling and veered toward... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

406. Sydney Greenland Centre
February 06, 2014

By Pari Syal Photography: Brett Boardman & Peter Murphy; courtesy LAVA Working with a design that can maximize the architectural vocabulary with minimum application of material, two Australian architects design a simple yet engaging commercial space. It isn’t everyday that an interior stops you in your tracks with a ‘wow’; yet it isn’t easy either to come up with something new each time you have to showcase a set of requisites for your client. Australian architects, LAVA – the Laboratory of Visionary Architecture in collaboration with PTW have risen to the challenge of transforming ... (read more)

Author: Pari Syal

407. Rectangular Abode
February 06, 2014

By Marina Correa Photography: Fernando Guerra (FG + SG); courtesy the architects Architectural firm Humberto Conde has designed a rectilinear summer residence that dramatically contrasts its neighbours’ in the historical urban area of Parede, Portugal… Access to the two-storey house is via an inclined ramp that unfold the glass encased home, almost instantaneously engaging the visitor with its open interior-scape. A play of light and shadow animates spaces with the shifting incidence of the sun as the home is based along the east-west axis. In turn, both the bedrooms and b... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

408. Arizona's Largest Annual Celebration of the Outdoors Expands to Include the Arizona Boat ShowTM
February 05, 2014

The 14th annual Arizona International Sportsmen’s Exposition (ISE) will fill the University of Phoenix Stadium Feb. 20-23 with an expanded list of outdoor products. Glendale, AZ, February 06, 2014 - The 14th annual Arizona International Sportsmen’s Exposition (ISE) will fill the University of Phoenix Stadium Feb. 20-23 with an expanded list of outdoor products. Open to the public, the expo will draw more than 15,000 attendees from the Valley and throughout Arizona. The expo will spotlight 300 companies: manufacturers and retailers; local, regional and international destinations; guid... (read more)

Author: Scott Kelly

409. New Cooking Classes at Nacel's Sports Summer Camp in France
February 05, 2014

French summer camp introduces cooking classes to add to sports training during a two week summer sports camp in Vichy, France. French is the language for all activities; sports include tennis, basketball soccer or a multi-sport option. Lyon, Rhone, February 05, 2014 - Nacel International has a brand new course for international students who want to learn French over the summer, while enjoying their favorite sports. The summer camps, run by our sports affiliate Sports Elites Jeunes (SEJ), have introduced the option to take French cooking classes in the morning followed by afternoon basketb... (read more)

Author: John Paul

410. Newsletter - IndiaArtnDesign
February 05, 2014

Design expounds solutions – born out of pure pragmatics but inherently packaged with user friendly comfort levels. A variety of design solutions fill our pages this week: an innovative bridge design in Yorkshire that ferries people and light vehicular traffic as it open and closes in just 2 minutes; a small office coming alive with the fundamental elements of light, space and sound; luxurious pampering at the clubhouse for Virgin Atlantic fliers; Mumbai’s annual cultural buzz – the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival and more… Stay tuned in to our regular updates on our Facebook Page and tweet your ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

411. Scale Lane Bridge
January 31, 2014

Compiled by Teresa Simon Photography: Timothy Soar; courtesy McDowell+Benedetti Pedestrians are accustomed to opening and closing of the bridges over the navigational River Hull in Yorkshire. Only instead of waiting, they can now ride on it as it opens and closes to river Traffic; believed to be a World’s first. The new circular black steel bridge has a distinctive robust character and curving form, making it a memorable landmark that is unique to Hull and its industrial and maritime heritage. Ferrying pedestrians and light vehicles across, it takes about two minutes to fully open ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

412. Vietnam Fertilizer Industry Research Report
January 29, 2014

Overuse of nitrogen fertilizers which has led to deficiency of other macro nutrients in the soils of Vietnam has encouraged the government to support use of potash fertilizers in the country. The consumption of fertilizers in Vietnam has been growing at a CAGR of 3.4% during 2006-2012 as the government struggles to fulfill the goal of food security for the growing population of the country. The fertilizer sector has been one of the most resilient ... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

413. Thailand Fertilizer Industry Research Report
January 29, 2014

The fertilizer consumption in Thailand has remained at low levels as compared to other Asian countries such as China, India and Indonesia. However as the population and food production in the country grew, so did the demand for fertilizers thereby making it the fastest growing fertilizer industry of Asia. The country however has not been able to achieve sufficient production levels of fertilizers. Thus imports play a crucial role in the Thailand ferti... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

414. Rainbow Field
January 27, 2014

By Marina Correa Photography: Courtesy the architect A temporary temple pavilion resonates in a kaleidoscope of colour and light in an open field on the outskirts of Kolkata… “The constant flow of people played a major role in conceptualizing the design while a notion of continuous movement was its guiding principle,” explains Abin Chaudhuri, principal architect, Abin Design Studio, who has diligently created the pavilion out of cost-effective bamboo poles. Visualizing the pavilion as a rising circular volume, due emphasis is laid on the focal idol, which is placed under the v... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

415. New Island School, Hong Kong
January 26, 2014

Info & Images: Courtesy schmidt hammer lassen architects schmidt hammer lassen architects once again lay down an international winnng entry for yet another educational institute, proving yet another progressive path that supports a new way of teaching and learning. Spread across sq. m., the new island school building is a sustainable learning landscape with state-of-the-art facilities to support optimal learning conditions. Designed by Danish schmidt hammer lassen architects and Hong Kong based Thomas Chow Architects, the first awarded winning international competition entry pr... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

416. World HR Net presents Deeksha Punia as Featured Expert
January 26, 2014

World HR Net features Deeksha Punia, HR consultant with more than 12 years of experience in the recruitment industry The well known online human resources portal World HR Net is now showcasing Deeksha Punia in its “Featured Expert” section (check This section is populated by the views and rich experiences shared by accomplished HR professionals from across the globe. With more than 12 years of experience in the recruitment industry, Deeksha Punia is an expert in building & nurturing robust relationships with clients, alliances and associ... (read more)

Author: Amy Smith

417. New Zealand Earthquake 2014——backup portable battery charger in Disaster
January 23, 2014

January 19th 2014,Central New Zealand, including the capital Wellington, was shaken by a magnitude 6.3 earthquake on Monday. The minute-long, rolling quake was centered in the mainly rural Wairarapa region about 120 kilometers north east of Wellington, at a depth of 50 kms. The quake was felt from the middle of the North Island down through the upper parts of the South Island. More than a dozen aftershocks measuring up to 4.5 were recorded. New Zealand sits on the boundary of the Pacific and Indo-Australian tectonic plates, and records more than 14,000 earthquakes a year. In February 2011 the ... (read more)

Author: lee ryan

418. Internationale MöbelMesse, Köln2014 - a report
January 19, 2014

Info &Images: Courtesy IIM The 65th IMM Cologne presented from 13 – 19 Jan.’14 showcasing interior design ideas has thrown open a Pandora’s box of contradictions with the predominant trend in almost everything being “different”. “Change from the usual” and “breaking away from monotony” seem the catch phrases as juxtapositions happily regale homeowners: marked fondness for natural materials vs. mood for colourful variations; individual pieces of furniture like re-editions or things with signs of wear and tear - whether genuine originals or simply faux-vintage effects; wooden stools w... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

419. Rotterdam Centraal
January 18, 2014

Info: Team CS Photography: Jannes Linders; courtesy Benthem Crouwel Architekten The new Central Station of Rotterdam is an interesting yet simple exercise in distinctly metropolitan station architecture. At Rotterdam Central, the old station by Sybold van Ravesteyn, which consisted of a station hall, pedestrian tunnel and open platforms, each with its own canopy, was out of step with current requirements with respect to size, layout and grandeur. What was needed was a new station, designed as an entity: the station hall now runs from Proveniersplein on the north side to Stationsplei... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

420. The “Dale Dale Tour” to Rock Rome, the Capital City of Italy!
January 17, 2014

The hugely successful Dale Dale Italy tour of Francesca Maria reaches Rome on 18th January 2014. Rome, Italy – After making people groove to her widely popular Dale Dale song, Francesca Maria is all set to rock the heart of Italy, Rome on the 18th of January 2014 as part of her Dale Dale Italy tour. The two months long tour started on 22nd November last year and has travelled through cities like London, Naples and Loriol (France). The final pit stop will be in Sassari, another city in Italy, on 19th January 2014. The Dale Dale music video by recording artist, singer, songwriter and ... (read more)

Author: Amy Smith

421. New Designs by Foster+Partners
January 16, 2014

Info & images: Foster+Partners Foster + Partners reveal the designs of two of their latest projects - Comcast Innovation & Technology Centre and United Arab Emirates pavilion at the 2015 Milan Expo... While the former is proposed as $1.2 billion, 59-story, 1,121-foot tower that will neighbor Comcast Corporation’s global headquarters in Center City Philadelphia, and become a dedicated home for the company’s growing workforce of technologists, engineers, and software architects, the later is a contemporary reinterpretation in the sustainable Masdar City masterplan in Abu Dhabi as a sit... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

422. Out-of-box Residence
January 15, 2014

By Teresa Simon Photography: Hiroshi Ueda & Ryogo Utatsu; courtesy the architect Breaking away from the stereotype, Ar. Kazuhiko Kishimoto designs a home-cum-office-cum-gallery, tailored as a cocoon for the family, while it maximizes the view to the woody surroundings. The house stands on a site facing a narrow, steep slope in Yokohama, Kanagawa. Across the street lay the moody woods offering scenic views of lush greenery during the summers and crimson foliage in autumn. Catering to the client’s brief of keeping the home open to the town community; Ar. Kazuhiko Kishimoto designs a ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

423. Terminal 2 Mumbai International Airport
January 14, 2014

Compiled by Team IAnD Photography: Courtesy the architects India’s commercial capital, Mumbai’s stunning new GVK ChhatrapatiShivaji International Airport Terminal 2 designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) architects is a delightful unification of Indian art and design. Inaugurated on Jan.10, 2014, the new elongated X-shaped air hub orchestrates the complex web of passengers and planes into a design that feels intuitive and responds to the region’s rocketing growth. Thenew terminal combines international and domestic passenger services under one large roof (one of the largest i... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

424. How to Copy a CD to Run From a USB Drive Instead of From a CD
January 14, 2014

How to Copy a CD to Run From a USB Drive Instead of From a CD Copying a CD to run from a USB drive allows a user to install software on computers with no optical drive, such as netbooks, mini laptops and other light-weight computers. The installation files on a CD need to be in the same folder in order to operate correctly, but that folder may reside on a hard drive, SD card or USB drive. A computer with a CD drive is still needed to copy the files to the USB drive. Instructions 1 Insert the USB drive into the computer. Click on "My Computer" and then the USB drive on a Windows com... (read more)

Author: jasen lin

425. Evans Hall, Yale School of Management
January 10, 2014

Compiled by Pari Syal Photography: Chuck Choi;courtesy Foster+Partners Being a former student of Yale School of Architecture has only been an added inspiration to Lord Foster, as Foster +Partners design the new Evans Hall combining world-class teaching facilities with inspirational social spaces. The new Edward P. Evans Hall’s design is guided by the principle that interactions outside of the formal teaching areas are as important as classroom-based learning. Arranged around a central courtyard, classrooms are contained within 16 double-height oval drums, and can support every... (read more)

Author: Pari Syal

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