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Delhi interior designer: Nanee Suites

Ankita Jain is the Founder, Principal and Design Director of Ankita Jain Design Associates (AJD), architecture and interior design consultants. AJD is a multi-disciplinary interior design firm in Delhi. With many projects covering genres such as residential, high-end apartments, show flats, boutique hotels, spa-salons, retail stores, club houses and offices to their credit, AJD has […]

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Home Furnishings India: Obsessions

Home furnishings India How has the market changed in the past two decades? Well, the market has expanded to encompass a large number of players. So, yes people have caused carpets to become an interior décor product from being a family heritage. Now, people change their carpets often as the machine-made carpets are cheap and […]

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India interior design: Contemporary interiors by Studio AVT

India interior design The greenery in front of the apartment was drawn into the visual framework while planning the renovations. The space was de-cluttered and rectangular spaces were created in a seamless pattern with some civil alterations. Clever design also facilitates lots of storage in the dining as well as bedrooms at the rear. Thematic […]

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Delhi restaurant: Fio Cookhouse

Delhi Restaurant As Fio Cookhouse is housed under the busy Nehru Place metro station, one would expect at least faint sounds or vibrations if not high decibel din. Well, here lies the beauty of the architecture and design – the place is so tranquil and calm that it is hard to believe that a metro […]

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Luxury Villas India: S Raheja Realty—Lonavala

For homeowners who intend to make this their primary residence what are some of the features of the project that they find attractive? What are the things they tend to consider before purchasing a home at Cascades? Cascades at the moment is principally targeted towards second home buyers. We do not see the trend of too […]

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Bedroom decor ideas by Studio AVT

“Planning is such that as the door opens, you reach an open foyer acting as a threshold between the inside and the outside. The living and the dining area run along the foyer, the space distinctions are designed to be felt at only the ceiling level with the play of level differences at many places […]

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Boutique hotel Delhi: Nanee Suites

Shot-blasted granite with wooden louvers as well as batten and smoke veneer panelling are used in the common areas of this boutique hotel. The rich browns of wood along with the grey intermingle to created understated elegance. Jihva —the dining lounge — offers mouth watering vegetarian cuisine. The monochromatic black and white palette in the […]

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Interior Design Ideas: Modern apartment by Studio AVT

“Minimalism can be seen on the shelf behind the sofa in the living room where a dedicated space for books and novels is created through a depression on the plank. The center table is a square shaped piece with voids and planks on the horizontal axis of varying depth that also caters to hidden storages […]

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Carpet Designer India: Obsessions

Carpet Designer India Obsessions is a 5-million-dollar enterprise, providing world class carpets, bath and home accessories. With the biggest collection of hand as well as machine-made carpets under one roof, this parent company for Envogue Furnishings and Furnitex has been in the business of  home furnishings in India for 15 years. With an exclusive store covering […]

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Restaurant Design India: Fio Cookhouse: Abhigyan Neogi —Chromed Design Studio

Architect Abhigyan Neogi of Chromed Design Studio shares with us the design and conceptualisation of the popular restaurant — Fio Cookhouse. Abhigyan graduated from TVB School of Habitat Studies, New Delhi. After working with Morphogenesis for 2 years, he started his own studio — Chromed. This multidisciplinary design studio has many exceptional and noteworthy projects […]

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Interior Design India: Luxury homes in Lonavala

Interior Design India: Luxury Homes by S Raheja Water, being a vital element, has been used as a key architectural input in all the villas. All the bungalows have thirty foot cascading waterfalls originating from the terrace which flow through different levels of the building’s facade and eventually accumulate at the bottom to form a […]

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Delhi interior design of an apartment by Studio AVT

Delhi interior design Studio An-V-Thot Architects Pvt.Ltd. was founded in 2009 by architects Ankita Sweety and Pratyoosh Chandan. The name An-V- Thot which means ‘followed by a thought’ is derived from two words – ‘anvit’ which means followed by in Sanskrit and ‘thought’ (English). The motto of Studio AVT, in their words is — “We […]

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Property India: Raheja Villas in Lonavala

Considering that Raheja is a third generation real estate company, what is your USP in terms of design, value for money and distinctive project features at Cascades. Could you share some of the unique interior design features of this project? Being part of a family that has been in the realty business for three generations, […]

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Real Estate India: Luxury Villas by Raheja

  Real Estate India Have you ever dreamt of a luxurious home away from the cacophony of the metros yet close enough to urban civilisation? Well guess what, S Raheja Realty Group has made that dream a reality! Nestled in the lush green mountains of Lonavala, just a few kilometres away from the Mumbai-Pune Expressway […]

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Top 5 design trends for 2013

Interior design trends Eclectic expression:  Think that the ornate Japanese screen will not work too well with sleek modern lines of the furniture? Think again. Different perspectives will integrate well in interior design, even if it isn’t making any headway in politics. Co-existence will allow for homeowners to express various facets of their personality and […]

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Trends in home decorating in 2013

There are three general trends in home living that have exerted an influence on a wide spectrum of society. Firstly, there is an increasing desire to create living spaces that carry the stamp of individuality. Homeowners are investing more time, energy and resources in the design and décor of their home. The concept of ‘live […]

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Luxury brands in India: The international player

  With major international brands and niche designers from other parts of the world making their presence felt in India, interior design in India has witnessed a major change in recent years. Awareness of global design trends has fuelled market viability. Luxury brands in India Homeowners are more willing to splurge on luxury brands and […]

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Western vs. traditional Indian decor: Trends

The western influence will continue to dominate the interior design industry in India, particularly in the context of high-end homes. In fact, several concepts are well integrated into our ‘desi’ framework and not considered particularly ‘western’ anymore. In any case, the ‘western’ influence is more of a global phenomenon and reveals a collective consciousness in […]

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Modern minimalism in the Indian home design context

When one uses the word minimalism in the design context, the obvious reference is to western terminology which ensconces this word in references to a 21st century movement inspired by Japanese design concepts. It can be traced back to the De Stijl Dutch artistic movement of the early 20th century and to the philosophy of […]

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Home design in India: Changing perceptions

A lot has changed over the past few years in the home living industry. We now have young urban professionals buying homes in their early 30s, the real estate industry has changed dramatically, the social media revolution has changed the way we communicate, and most importantly, homeowners in India are far more aware, which in […]

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