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SPECIAL REPORT: iGEN DESIGN FORUM 2016 Our annual event, the iGen Design Forum, saw the celebration and interaction of some of the finest and most innovative minds of design and architecture today. CELEBRITY AND HNI HOMES A special feature that offers a glimpse of the residential haven of celebrities and HNIs, demonstrating how their lifestyles have been spelt out through architecture and design. Renowned singer Usha Uthup’s contemporary home in Kolkata reflects her larger-than-life, colourful traits and traditional heart. Cricketer Ajit Agarkar’s home in Mumbai is the perfect three-bedroom apartment for him and his family to unwind. Teaming up with Godrej Interio’s ‘Upload and Transform’ campaign, choreographer and dancer Prabhu Deva was able to give his parents their dream home in Mysore. The Victorian-style shell housing the residence of lawyers Sonali Jaitley Bakhshi and Jayesh Bakhshi in New Delhi belies its contemporary spirit. KV Bala’s sea-facing home in Mumbai uses light and colour to maximise the space available and create a simple, calm and clear haven suitable for the chairman of the BVK Group. A rich material palette balanced with design elements characterises the Pali Hill home of Rohit Wahi, CEO of an international bank. VIEWPOINT Architect Prem Nath takes a moment to reach out to young architects with his comments on thinking and building green. FEATURE With wellness becoming a major concern, contemporary bathrooms are evolving into personal spa spaces with technology, luxury and ergonomics contributing to the change. EVENT The Smart Living Forum travelled to Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata. THE BIG PICTURE THE MULTI-FACETED NIRMAL KULKARNI VENTURES INTO THE ART WORLD WITH HIS INSTALLATION SAPTACHAKRAS 2016.

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