Showing posts with label Process. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Process. Show all posts

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

An efficient edifice with a parametric facade

Compiled by TeamIAnD
Photography: Courtesy rat[LAB]-Research in Architecture & Technology
Read Time: 3 mins
"Parametric Facade Rat Lab indiaartndesign"

Design and engineering merge, as science meets art in an algorithmic facade for an industrial building in Gurgaon…

Friday, August 5, 2016

Landscaped Canvas

By FinchD
Photography: Courtesy The Purple Ink Studio
Read Time: 2 mins

landscaped wall

Bengaluru’s Gallery G - the foundation office for India’s foremost modern artist, Raja Ravi Varma gets a beautifully landscaped wall fronting its window; courtesy The Purple Ink Studio...

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Monsoons and Landscaping

IAnD Exclusive

Monsoon Special Edition

Compiled by Anuradha K. R.
Info and Images: Courtesy the architect

hard and soft landscaping

Lush green soft landscaping and the monsoons share a special bond. Building and landscape architect, Ajay Suryawanshi, shares his valuable insights on developing and maintaining landscaped areas during the monsoons; as he showcases his work with the Yarina and Jesica farms... 

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Painting a Series

By Savitha Hira

It was engaging... to watch Shantkumar Hattarki transform four 15 x 11 inch canvases into a series of ‘Faces’ that donned the mantle of the artist, ready to hold their individual communiqué with the viewers. Underlining the process...

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Conserving our Heritage

IAnD Exclusive

By Savitha Hira
Photography: courtesy Kimaya Architects

Lime stucco Shikhar

One of the finest examples of Peshwa temples in Maharashtra, the Ram Mandir is made of dressed Basalt stone with a construction entirely in timber. IAnD brings you a peek into the ongoing process of conservation of this unique architectural heritage…

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Looking Within

Ezine Special

Text & Illustrations: Ar. K. R. Jaisim

Ar. Jaisim retraces his footprints to a little over a decade ago, as he fondly remembers the progressing stages of his design for the Indian Institute of Plantation Management (IIPM) at Bangalore.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Unpretentious Auras

By Savitha Hira

“Design is not about ideas, but making them happen; and that too by making complicated simple, awesomely simple,” says multi-disciplinary designer and brand expert Rehan Saiyed...

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Kingdom of Dreams

IAnD Exclusive
By Chirag Sharma

Kingdom of Dreams, Gurgaon, Delhi, India

North India’s first live entertainment destination at Gurgaon, brings together the challenges of set design and architecture to capture the cultural milieu of a diverse and vibrant land at a single venue. 

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Perfume Packaging

By Cluster One

Amor Concept
The process of perfume packaging involves exploration of both - design ideas for new bottles as well as packaging options. Alternately, one could use an existing reservoir (bottle) and design a minimal collar and closure, for which a standard pump can be used. Designers at Cluster One explored both alternatives…

Friday, February 3, 2012

The Story of a Hand-knotted Rug

By Cocoon Fine Rugs

Indian carpet designs are well known for two predominant aspects: firstly, attention to detail and secondly, presentation of realistic attributes. We take a peek at the process…

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Water Sculptures

By Savitha Hira

Heavy downpour, thundering clouds, lots of water and a meritorious camera, not to forget the trademark chai-biscuit, were the fundamental merry makers of an evening of ‘water sculptures’ at gallery Pradarshak…

Friday, November 18, 2011

Investment casting in tribal art

By Udit Chaudhuri

We re-visit the technique of lost-wax investment castings, which is ironically associated with space-age technology but has been traditionally adapted and perfected over centuries.

Friday, November 4, 2011

‘Core’ Experience

By Savitha Hira
Often in the excitement of appreciating the finished product, one conveniently forgets the hub of activity and ruminating ideas that have gone into creating it. We bring you the process of design with this hotel project at Bodhgaya, where we take you through Ar. Shimul Jhaveri Kadri’s step-wise conceptual presentation, as she relates the design behind the design… 

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Powder Metallurgy in Tribal India?

By Udit Chaudhuri
One usually associates powder metallurgy with space-age industry. Very few know that the wall-mounted oil-lamp-cum-key-stand and the slender-limbed animal figurines that you see in Indian Handicrafts displays, are products of a purely ingenious technology evolved by the Muria tribes around the Chhattisgarh region, centuries ago.
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