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In this issue

Flip through Issue 115 and you might notice d+a is a little different this issue. For starters, we have given the design some A&A, in renovation speak. The result is more breathing space in the layouts, a fresh set of fonts and overall, a chicer appearance.

Another change is the introduction of the new section, Life. It offers snapshots of how design is applied in other disciplines outside of the built environment. We kick things off with a spread on interesting dial designs on timepieces, and a feature on fitting out a private jet.

Elsewhere in the magazine, look out for two stories written after a trip to Germany in January. One is the coverage of Heimtextil, a fair that increased our appreciation of textiles and the important role they play in softening the edges of a space. The other is of a visit to the unconventional Hansgrohe Aquademie, the headquarters of the bathroom and kitchen fitting manufacturer, nestled deep in the Black Forest in the town of Schiltach.

Stellar is the project published on the cover, a study in balancing form and function. Located in Gujarat, India and designed by Sanjay Puri Architects, the mixed-use building stands out for a rust-red, sculptural volume, inspired by origami, perched on the open, north-oriented terrace.

Another project worth highlighting is Sun City Kobe Tower, a 35-storey building dedicated to luxury senior living, designed by Richard Beard Architects and BAMO. Together, they have successfully created a resort-like experience with a plethora of beautiful communal spaces.

Wet, Wet, Wet

A visit to the hansgrohe aquademie allowed us to soak in all that this german manufacturer had to offer.

Wet, Wet, Wet

3 mins

Standout Structure

This interesting, mixed-use building in india is a contrast between simple rectilinear geometry with muted colour tones and a complex angular geometry awash with colour.

Standout Structure

4 mins

Manufacturing Under The Tuscan Sun

Metro office architetti has elevated the concept of a production facility for french high fashion brand celine.

Manufacturing Under The Tuscan Sun

3 mins

A Village For Children

Built to a scale suited for children and designed to mimic the layout of their village, this kindergarten in beisha is a progressive model for rural education.

A Village For Children

4 mins

Formed By Confidence

Given the trust of the homeowner, park + associates designed a house perfectly suited to his needs while also doing something different.

Formed By Confidence

4 mins

Red, Real, Retro

With its inspired design cues, studio bikin’s latest opus explores volume, light and pragmatism in an articulate brick dwelling.

Red, Real, Retro

4 mins

Ageing Luxuriously

Designed for the silver generation who seek an alternative to the traditional living arrangement with their offspring, Sun City Kobe Tower sets a new benchmark for high-end senior living.

Ageing Luxuriously

4 mins

Suspended In Time

When the restoration of this abandoned mill in budapest was suspended for seven years, the forced pause gave T2.A architects time to reflect upon the relationship between the old and new.

Suspended In Time

3 mins

Unexpected Views

Perched atop OUE Bayfront, VUE was designed to maximise the potential of its location but chil interior design also paid close attention to its finer details.

Unexpected Views

4 mins

Take Off Countdown

Is it possible to overhaul an entire plane in 30 days? Chicago-based interior designer frank ponterio proved it could be done.

Take Off Countdown

4 mins

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d+a Magazine Description:

PublisherMedia Group Pte Ltd

CategoryArchitecture

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyQuarterly

d+a is a bimonthly design magazine that covers the latest trends and developments in design, architecture, and technology. The magazine is known for its high-quality photography and in-depth articles on a wide range of topics, including:

* Design: d+a covers the latest design trends in everything from product design to interior design to graphic design. The magazine also features profiles of leading designers and design studios.
* Architecture: d+a covers the latest architectural projects from around the world, with a focus on sustainable and innovative design. The magazine also features interviews with renowned architects and architecture firms.
* Technology: d+a covers the latest technological innovations that are shaping the world of design and architecture. The magazine also features articles on how technology is being used to create new and exciting design possibilities.

d+a is a must-read for anyone who is interested in design, architecture, and technology. The magazine provides readers with a unique perspective on the latest trends and developments in these fields, as well as insights from leading designers, architects, and technologists.

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