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FATHER-SON ARCHITECTURAL LEGACIES THROUGHOUT HISTORY

16th June 2017 by SURBHI GANDHI
FATHER-SON ARCHITECTURAL LEGACIES THROUGHOUT HISTORY

Some families witness the passing of creativity and passions from generation to generation. From internationally acclaimed landmarks built by I.M. Pei and his two sons, to the historic works of Cesar and Rafael Pelli, these father-son legacies have left an indelible mark on the architectural world. Father’s Day is fast approaching, which offers us a prospect to reflect on the paternal bequest that has connected dynasties of noteworthy architects – Let’s travel back in time to see the ancestral threads of architectural history.     ELIEL AND EERO SAARINEN     Helsinki Railway Station, by Eliel Saarinen                                           St. Louis Gateway Arch, by Eero Saarinen...

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10 MUST-FOLLOW INTERIOR DESIGNERS ON INSTAGRAM

9th May 2017 by SURBHI GANDHI
10 MUST-FOLLOW INTERIOR DESIGNERS ON INSTAGRAM

When scrolling through a surfeit of  homeinspo and elegantly spread furnishings on Instagram, seeking inspiration to update your space can be quite a task. Whether aiming for a corner overhaul or just a total redesign, these design-centric Instagram accounts serve up little snippets of insights daily and never fail to whip a quick visual pick-me-up - hit that follow button now, you need these on your home feed. ORLANDO SORIA Image @mrorlandosoria The Los Angeles-based creative founder of Homemaker and premier designer at Homepolish has a feed that hilariously shares his life, work, and personality. Skewing mid-century modern in aesthetics, Orlando Soria’s work is covetable and liveable, all at once. With clients like Kelly Oxford and Whitney Port, you’re bound to see a famous-faced L.A. cameo every once in...

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HOLE UP WITH HYGGE: THE DANISH CONCEPT OF WELLBEING

18th February 2017 by SURBHI GANDHI
HOLE UP WITH HYGGE: THE DANISH CONCEPT OF WELLBEING

The nights are drawing in on a world which seems to get busier and more hectic every day and the need to sit back, relax, and enjoy the small things in life has never been more prevalent. Political uncertainty always incites the most significant cultural movements just like the Danish concept of coziness, ‘hygge’. Pronounced ‘hoo-guh’, this lifestyle trend of the Danes emphasizes all things cozy and insouciant. Think warm-and-fuzzy, delicious-and-hearty, mulled-and-aromatic. A national manifesto, nay, an obsession expressed in the constant pursuit of homespun pleasures involving candlelight, fires, cashmere, coffee, mulled wine, cake, wellbeing, and the company of friends. The Danes have established themselves as lovers of calm and in turn, consistently top the polls as the happiest people on earth. The age-old...

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