Even as e-commerce draws more into its fold with every passing day, furniture manufacturers in India watch from a distance. With just a few players in the online shopping dimension, this segment is widely perceived to be a logistical nightmare for e-commerce. Even the awareness that homeowners all over the country often find it difficult to […]
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The curvature in the seating adds visual interest and breaks the linear focus of the interior where large expanse of screen work are used as partitions and panelling for ceilings and walls. Hotel in Chennai The comfortable lounge seating upholstered in camel is offset by decorative pillows in purple that draw your attention to the […]
The theme rooms at Chrome all have a unique design and as the name suggests, the decor revolves around a theme. The curved lines of this room connect in various aspects of design from the furniture to the false ceiling. Minimal white with just a small splash of rose pink. Hotel interior: Chrome […]
Oriental influences are evident in the extensive use of lattice screens throughout the luxury boutique hotel, while the modern art in black and white adds an Asian dimension to a predominantly modern setting. The dark marble flooring serves to accentuate the crisp white and defines the lines of the furniture in espresso veneer. Hotels India […]
The stylish Nosh restaurant is designed by architect Sanjay Puri and offers global cuisine. Furniture follows linear or circular definitions, in an ultra modern style with bright colour used to liven up the space The play of geometry continues here and is used as an integral element of design in everything from materials to […]
The wedge shaped exterior with random circular fenestrations resembles a block of Swiss cheese; the façade of Chrome Hotel, situated in the heart of Kolkata looks magical when the lights come on. This hotel caters primarily to premier class business travellers and is an extension of the concept of Merry Hotels by the CEO […]
Completed in 1997, this beautiful resort has all the amenities that would make your stay special and memorable.
Taj adds yet another feather to its cap with the opening of Vivanta Yeshwantpur in Bangalore. A delight to any food connoisseur and lover of luxuriously elegant service, Vivanta Yeshwantpur is the accurate definition of a fashionable contemporary hotel. A 5-star hospitality brand positioned in the upscale segment, Vivanta by Taj has hotels in key metropolitan areas including popular holiday destinations like Goa, Kerala, Rajasthan, Sri Lanka and foreign destinations such as the Maldives.
An expanse of green that defies the picture in your mind when you think of the desert state of Rajasthan. The Treehouse resort, a stone’s throw from the pink city of Jaipur elevates you to a higher level—not just by lodgings in trees, but also by bringing you closer to nature and taking you far […]
In this feature,Shankar Vanavarayar talks about the one thing that is the closest to his heart—his ancestral home. Tracing the history of Shenbaga Vilasam, Shankar takes us on a nostalgic trip back in time. India Homestays My grandmother, Maruthapushpambal Amman – the last zamindarani of Samathur and Kottampatti was the patron. She built Shenbaga in […]
Hotel interior design India 28 km from Udaipur, nestled in the Aravali hills, is one of India’s best hotels. A scenic drive takes you to this 18thC fort and palace located in the village of Delwara. The landscape around Devigarh is as spectacular as the fort itself. In the Durbar Hall yellow-ochre sofas highlight intricate […]
The hospitality industry understood the true value of responsive design long before it entered the world of gadgets. Hotels have to constantly evolve with the changing needs of their clientele and the trends in the design industry. They also need to upgrade their technology and ‘smart’ features in a fast paced world. Hotel Interior Design […]
Jai Vora : My very first experience of being “connected” to photography has its roots while I was in high school. The simple act of returning from the camera store in New York City with an SLR, raising the camera’s viewfinder to eye-level and witnessing a complete new way of seeing, overwhelmed my senses.