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Our cover story in this issue focuses on the amazing changes that are occurring on the home automation front in India, as information technology and telecom companies roll out new products and services. And real estate developers are also designing smart homes that will make these once esoteric concepts a reality. Despite the remarkable technological changes that are occurring in the designing of homes, ultimately a building should be architecturally beautiful so as to “move you in mind and spirit… challenge and stimulate your intellect,” and “leave you both calm and in awe,” as our columnist, Hong Kong-based cybercture pioneer James Law, so eloquently writes in his column, describing true beauty in architecture. . One city in India’s neighbourhood that is extremely tech-savvy and ‘smart’ is Singapore, where almost everything works with clockwork precision. Our travel feature this time focuses on the city-state, which is not only a shopper’s paradise, an efficiently administered metropolis and a green haven, but also a commuter-friendly place. Other interesting features in this issue include a piece on Mumbai’s central suburbs, on Gandhinagar, Gujarat’s green and well planned capital, and on the concept of industrial corridors. Plus, we have our usual features focusing on Home and office space and Heritage and culture. So sit back, relax and enjoy reading

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