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    Indore: What’s the trend? Rolling back the dice to 80s food, music, architecture and dress-up

    Indore: Following the cyclic changes from modern to vintage, people are rolling the dice back to the era of 1960s and 1980s with flared dresses, high ironed houses in pale colours, pop music and variety of traditional dishes including chats. Trending ideas of modern music, westernised jacket clothing, cut-art bright houses and cheesy fast food are becoming the new past. With their extravagant love evolving to experience retro fashion and lifestyle, youngsters

  • Bhopal: Cities should be inclusive

    BHOPAL: An accessibility workshop was organised by the School of Planning and Architecture here on Friday in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment and the Centre for Human Centric Research.

  • Bhopal: An alternative New Market, Nadra Bus Stand

    BHOPAL: How a city can look like and how its architecture can be represented in an interesting way is the simplest explanation for the architectural term ‘Parallel Projection’ for a commoner. But for the students of architecture it is an opportunity to expand the limits of their imagination about cities and their architecture.

  • Penthouse with an Arabian touch

    Everyone has a dream house. But only a few are able to make it a reality. Zeba Hina Khan is one of them. She has converted her penthouse on the sixth floor of Regalia Heights in the Koh-e-Fiza area into her dream home. Zeba has now moved to Singapore and the house is occupied by her family members.

  • Admissions: Last chance for those who missed out

    Mumbai: There is a last chance for those technical course aspirants who missed out on the admission process when it began. The government has decided to give an opportunity to candidates aspiring for engineering, pharmacy, architecture, hotel management and other undergraduate courses to make online registration, document verification and confirmation. The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) had approached the state government for permission to make these candidates eligible for management seats. DTE

  • “Architecture is not only about building…”

    “…but about how to take care of society.” Prof. Gaurish Chandawarkar, Principal, IES College of Architecture, Bandra, talks to Shraddha Kamdar about the sensibilities needed for this profession and much more

  • Lad museum can get makeover without losing its playground

    Mumbai : The controversial Bhau Daji Lad museum may get a makeover soon without losing its playground and open spaces. An Architecture student from Institute of Design Environment and Architecture, Nashik, has developed a design to construct a new building in the museum’s compound without using up its open spaces. He said, “I have designed the new construction in a way that the glory of the museum, which is a heritage structure, will

  • Paranda Fort: Neglected military architecture

    Strategically yet exquisitely constructed Paranda Fort is known for its military engineering. Invincible rampart, moat around and a few constructions like Hawa Mahal and mosque offers feast to eyes, writes VARSHA TORGALKAR.

  • Amazing Andalusía

    Anand & Madhura Katti are memerised with Andalusía’s vibrant history and magnificent architecture. Pablo Picasso was born in this town. (more…)