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When a person loves his work, he can create wonders. His creations make him legendary and memorable. In this issue we have published such inspiring projects by fabulous designers who have created their own niche in this field. Designer Sapana Jain has designed this colorful, quirky and full of activities kid’s play area in the residential dwelling at Bolrivali in Mumbai to keep the young minds busy and happy. The interior is quite vibrant and playful and the walls are hand painted to give an artistic touch to the space. The ever-dynamic architect duo Ankita & Pratyush have conceptualized and designed their own studio in South Delhi to create a story that actually builds up through various spatial expressions & experiences, this enticing studio exhibits not only a meticulous planning but also a pluralistic appeal. With a passion for architecture and a quest for challenges Ar. Elayaraja Mayavan has designed this office space, a flexible co-working space for Goodworks in Bangalore. The ceiling in the open areas is made with plywood strips arranged in a “slant” manner to visually break the linearity of the space creating sophisticated imagery. This Eloquent Design of an apartment in Nashik has been created by architect couple Shweta and Chetan Daga. The crux behind designing this chic, modern yet simple décor is the art and oversimplified style of dressing of the occupants. Burgis and Malcolm Daruwalla have designed extra-ordinary spaces with the project Paramount which is rich in the quality of common amenity spaces. Ar. Rahul Shankhwalker and his team of Designers from Studio HBA crafted unequivocally a Bangalorean hotel Hyatt Centric by creating a fabled character to drive hotel’s Design Narrative. While as designer Darshita Joshi created an eye-catching ergonomic exhibition space in the Property Show at Rajkot.

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