December 23, 2020

Silverglades at Gurugram by Design Forum International

Silverglades at Gurugram by Design Forum International

The development shares its contextual presence with ITC Laburnum, MG Road, a 500-metre distance from the nodal IFFCO Chowk metro station and the affluent Sector-29 neighbourhood. The impetus that leads the project’s development is along the lines of intrinsic detail-orientation and conscious space-utilization. – Design Forum International

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|| चश्मा || Optics Express, Delhi by Sync Design Studio

|| चश्मा || Optics Express, at Delhi, by Sync Design Studio

The ‘Optics Express’ is an adaptive project that has been conceptualized on the progressive composition of different elements and contrasting materiality. It is a marriage of customized optical objects removed from their original context and then combined with a purposeful concept to result in an art like installation gallery with a bold and minimal ideology. The clients need was to symbolize their own brand with more unique and architectural identity, in addition to being a special retail for eyewear. The resulting product was an artistically crafted representation of art in the optics world. – Sync Design Studio

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WINNING PROPOSAL FOR THE NEW SANTIAGO’S MUSEUM (NuMu), at Santiago, Chile, by Claudio C. Araya

WINNING PROPOSAL FOR THE NEW SANTIAGO’S MUSEUM (NuMu), at Santiago, Chile, by Claudio C. Araya

In July of this year, the Fundación Engel launched the National Architecture and Landscaping Competition, the objective was to select a proposal from which the architecture project for the New Santiago’s Museum / Nuevo Museo de Santiago (NuMu) will be developed and open to the community. in the near term.

The winning proposal designed by Cristián Fernández arquitectos in association with Valdés Hagemann arquitectos, Matías González R., Guillermo Bustos and Claudio C. Araya, which will house the Engel collection and will be built in the Bicentennial Park in Santiago de Chile

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A Weekend Getaway Hotel - Maple Ivy, at Alibaug Raigad Maharashtra India, by Sejpal Architects

A Weekend Getaway Hotel – Maple Ivy, at Alibaug Raigad Maharashtra India, by Sejpal Architects

Located at a tourist destination a few hours away from Mumbai, this hotel serves as a perfect weekend gateway. The design is stark and simple with all functional areas well defined. it has a lavish entrance lobby overlooking the indoor swimming pool, a spa, a restaurant, 22 guest rooms, and 2 suites. It is a boutique hotel hence the design approach was to keep it minimalistic yet unique. The semi covered pool adds to the aesthetics of the space as well as lets in diffused light and ventilation – Sejpal Architects

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