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‘Architecture is a neglected art’

Monday 14 October '13

What makes Architect Raj Rewal’s work enter the avante-grade corridors of the Pompidou Centre in Paris?
‘Architecture is a neglected Art’

Monday 14 October '13

What makes Architect Raj Rewal’s work enter the avante-grade corridors of the Pompidou Centre in Paris?
‘Architecture is a neglected art’

Monday 14 October '13

What makes Architect Raj Rewal’s work enter the avante-grade corridors of the Pompidou Centre in Paris?
'Architecture is a neglected art'

Monday 14 October '13

What makes Architect Raj Rewal’s work enter the avante-grade corridors of the Pompidou Centre in Paris?
Out of the Box

Sunday 12 May '13

British designer Thomas Heatherwick on his new project in India and why design is not about toeing the brief.
Out of the Box

Saturday 6 April '13

A design book rich in visual language and personal anecdote
When Imperfection is Design

Sunday 31 March '13

Product designer Nipa Doshi on her Indian roots, royal ideas and reality of an ice cream moon.
Design Catalyst

Saturday 16 March '13

The India Design Forum (IDF), in its second edition, promises to drive curiosity and enhance networks between design disciplines. The founder and conceptualiser of IDF, Rajshree Pathy of The Coimbator...
Sun in my Hand

Saturday 9 March '13

As Little Sun celebrates its first birthday, the solar-powered lamp comes to India with its maker Olafur Eliasson
The magician of Design

Monday 25 February '13

Marcel Wanders’ designs are high on drama, mischievous twists, daring technique and handcrafted splendour. On a recent visit to Delhi, he talked about his Zeppelin light, operatic interiors and audito...
The Rockstar of Design

Monday 25 February '13

Marcel Wanders’ designs are high on drama, mischievous twists, daring technique and handcrafted splendour. On a recent visit to Delhi, he talked about his Zeppelin light, operatic interiors and audito...
Design Matrix

Sunday 24 February '13

It’s raining design. Festivals in the city have triggered conversations that until now were relegated to niche circles
Design Matrix

Sunday 24 February '13

It’s raining design. Festivals in the city have triggered conversations that until now were relegated to niche circles.
Wit a Point of View

Monday 18 February '13

Mumbai-based designer Divya Thakur, who often peers down the history wells to find what lies beneath, says she wants to present ideas than produce products
The Many Shades of Design

Monday 18 February '13

Some of the international designers and trend forecasters at the India Design ID 2013 share their theories, experiences and even their love
The Many Shades of Design

Monday 18 February '13

Some of the international designers and trend forecasters at the India Design ID 2013 share their theories, experiences and even their love
Wit a Point of View

Monday 18 February '13

Mumbai-based designer Divya Thakur, who often peers down the history wells to find what lies beneath, says she wants to present ideas than produce products
Utopia in 3D

Monday 28 January '13

An ongoing exhibition gives a view of Australia’s future cities, complete with 3D imagery.
Utopia in 3D

Monday 28 January '13

An ongoing exhibition gives a view of Australia’s future cities, complete with 3D imagery.
Home fashion and you

Saturday 19 January '13

What’s cooking in the kitchen and what will add oomph to the living room this year?

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