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New Year's Eve is a day of mixed feelings. On one hand, it is a time to celebrate the end of the year gone by and welcome what is in store in the New Year. On the other hand, it also gives a sense of nostalgia as it reflects the events that took place in the past twelve-months. Famous British poet T.S. Eliot has rightly said that “For last year's words belong to last year's language, and next year's words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a beginning.” Extension design of Aqua Villa, Delhi by Ar. Britta Knobel Gupta & Ar. Amit Gupta of Studio Symbiosis looks at integrating elements of traditional Indian typology in a contemporary way e.g. shallow water bodies for evaporative cooling or courtyard typology alongside iterative simulation studies to control the heat gain of the building. We bring you an article by Ar. Shakoor Majid who has shared the experience of his first visit to Kolkata in way back 1990, the style of architecture prevalent then and the changes he found due to the effect of modernity and globalization during his recent visit to the city again. Ar. Suman Mishra and designer Ashish Deo of Nascence Architect gave a new identity to Kansu Group's office space by creating a distinctive design with emphasis on the inflow of natural light. Viewed from almost any angle, the interiors create an impression of light, spaciousness and long sight lines. Zion Hills Golf County is a leading new golf course destination and unique residential project designed by master golf architect Ronald Fream, one of the world's best golf architects, it is inspired by a vision to create a second-home villa community in Kolar on the outskirts of Bangalore. We also bring you full coverage of The Neptune Glitz's Interior Show-2015 and the Annual National Convention of the Indian Institute of Architects organized by the West Bengal Chapter. In addition, there is also an array of décor options with our product design feature.

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