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Amritsar, India – In a retail-gallery in India, Studio Renesa creates spatial complexity through its curved brick-partition walls.
New Delhi – Hoping to learn from India’s innovators, IKEA's research and design lab has introduced a not-for-profit platform open until next April.
Mumbai – A simple, well-executed vision from Renesa Architecture resulted in an unmissable pop-up space for Opium, a premium eyewear brand, in Mumbai's international airport.
Gurgaon, India – Unlocked Café promotes analogue play, with a Renesā Studio-designed space built like an immersive video game landscape.
Venice – Chromo Sapiens, this year’s installation at the Icelandic Pavilion, has a technical lesson for artists and designers who want to create engaging aural spaces.
ALIBAG – Indian atelier updates indigenous house structure with foreign, esoteric imagery.
During last month’s Holland Festival in Amsterdam, Indian director Roysten Abel served up a fusion of sight, sound, smell and taste with The Kitchen.
NEW DELHI – The Vana installation uses a series of algorithms to create brightly-lit columns, branching out to form a tree-like canopy above an exhibition hall.
India has always been a stronghold for the fine arts, but it was only in the past few years that the western art world sat up and finally began to take notice. Most noticeably, Christie’s inaugural …
or too long now, the contemporary art world has been trying to gain a better understanding of trends in South Asian art and the complex histories that surround them. Yet most approaches to …
Living Objects. Made for India is an exhibition at Belgium’s Grand Hornu by designers Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien.
KHOPOLI – This second home in Khopoli, India is sited on a basalt outcrop and is made of a composite of the material it sits on.
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