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In this issue

Event Hall, Intrigue Designs
Vista, Pooja Jyotirao Khairnar
Indigo Lab, Made in Earth Collective
The Rope Café, tHE gRID Architects

Abstractions, Illustrations Ideas: Influence Of Indian Architecture In Fantasy

Abstraction is an unreal and intangible idea. It detached and extracted from the object, reshaped and recreated. The following essay and illustrations capture an architect’s attempt to dissociate him from the objectivity of function, building, creation and other compartmentalised aspects of architectural practice. The first feature of a 3-part series looks at the influence of his childhood, education, practice and their manifestation into abstract ideas. It takes away the implied meaning attributed to the everyday and adds layers of fantasy, inspiration and unravels the working of an artist’s mind and being.

2 mins

Threads Of Inspired Personalization

In designing the interiors for Indigo Lab, an innovative denim research and design studio in Bangalore, the Made in Earth Collective drew inspiration from the story of the material, the textures of the fabric, and a personalized material palette that puts the spotlight back on the denims on display, rather than on the natural, neutral interior design itself.

Threads Of Inspired Personalization

3 mins

Extracting The Extraordinary Out Of The Ordinary

The Rope Cafe, Gandhinagar, Gujarat

Extracting The Extraordinary Out Of The Ordinary

4 mins

The Many Shades Of Sikkim

Supriya Thakkar is an Architect by profession and is associated with ISDI Parsons as a faculty in the department of Interior Design. She enjoys traveling and has a keen interest in arts, history, society and culture. Being exposed to visual art at an early age, she tries to associate patterns, textures, colours with places, things and people on a daily basis and tries to draw a parallel between basic elements of design with the elements of nature and the community.

The Many Shades Of Sikkim

2 mins

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PublisherJasubhai Media Pvt. Ltd.




One of the oldest architecture journals in India, IA&B goes digital ! With a history of 29 years, IA&B has published and continues to publish some of the most critical, exemplary and innovative content in the Indian context.

Each issue is editorially curated to deliver exceptional content that discusses relevant issues on architecture in India.

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