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Home & Design Trends

Volume 6 No. 9

Home & Design Trends is one of the most widely read architecture and design magazines in the world today. The Indian edition launched as the Home TRENDS series, the magazine aims to meet the demand for a world-class reference source on architecture and design for the both professionals and home makers alike. With its outstanding and pertinent features, Home & Design Trends raises the bar by catering to the varied and evolving design sensibilities of today's India. This is Bookazine for professionals and is a very practical source of ideas and inspiration with comprehensive details of each project featured. "

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know us better

TRENDING A curated selection of innovative products and design solutions that are pushing the boundaries of design regionally, nationally and internationally. We also cover design technology and new product launches. This section is the first thing you will read as you go through the magazine. We bring you the information you want, exactly as you want it — as is. TRENDSMAKERS This is where we find our voice — through features on issues that enthrall and engage us in the fields of architecture and design. Every issue, we will also be talking to and interacting with some of the most brilliant minds and brands from the fraternity and the industry. ARCHITECTURE Visual features capturing distinctive and definitive residential, commercial, public, monumental, heritage and institutional…

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from the editor's desk

Our days end before they begin. We plan the next day in our dreams. We wake up and immediately reach for a note pad to jot down all the ideas and thoughts that invaded our sleep. Our phones are ringing incessantly…well, you get the drift. We are busy! But are we complaining?Not at all. On the contrary, we're celebrating.After all, we are geared up to host the biggest design extravaganza of the year — the second edition of Classic Marble Company presents D/ code. D/code is omnipresent! It’s a bit overwhelming at the moment, but it’s a good feeling. The energy is infectious, the conversations are conflicting, argumentative, informative, engaging… it’s exhilarating.We are super excited about the second edition of D/code. It’s going to be a design bonanza —…

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cafés that capitalise on spatial limitations

CORNER 60’S IN CHANGHUA, TAIWAN This café serves the unique purpose of providing a learning environment for kids and a space for interaction among parents as well as people in the neighbourhood. Designed by Soar Design Studio, the cafe is an extension of a house in an old 1960s building. It also displays elements of traditional Taiwanese architecture like connected indoors and outdoors, eucalyptus wood and mottled tiles. The ground floor functions as the café while the first floor is a community space for students to interact and learn. The design captures local aesthetics and smartly tackles the problems of lighting and ventilation in densely packed buildings. This has been done with the use of glass tiles, grills and a double-height ceiling created by opening up the flooring…

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design in context

TAKE A SEAT Reinventing classics can be a tough ordeal. How do you give new life to an object or product that is already loved by many? The answer is simple, you go back to the basics. This is what Austrian designer Robert Stadler did when he was approached by French furniture manufacturer Maison Drucker to update their Corso chair. Stadler replaced the chair’s rattan legs with aluminium while retaining it in the backrest and seat. This made the chair sturdier and at the same time, gave the much loved bistro chair a contemporary update. TURNING THE TABLE The virtues of an organised workspace cannot be stressed enough. Among the plethora of minimal work desks available in the market today, Script by Lebanese designer…

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fitting out

SMART BATHROOM SOLUTIONS BY DURAVIT Duravit’s latest Brioso range focuses on furniture for contemporary bathroom interiors, lending a fresh, edgy look. The range includes a white, semi-tall cabinet and vanity unit along with a washbasin with precise, finely nuanced geometry. The tone-in-tone handles and feet give continuity to the gleaming white ceramics. Apart from this, the range also includes a tall cabinet, available in various dimensions, based on choice and availability on space, which helps make storage for bath products easy. HAFELE’S ASKO BLACK STEEL RANGE Hafele’s black steel range of ovens has a sleek design and is extremely energy efficient. Offered in two options of sizes, the ovens are made from carefully selected sustainable materials. Additionally, the ovens are fitted with a display screen, making…

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ROOT BENCH BY YONG JU LEE ARCHITECTURE SEOUL, SOUTH KOREAAn apt example of built structures merging seamlessly with natural bodies, Root Bench is a large seating installation that stretches across one section of Hangang Park in Seoul. The bench takes the shape of a root branching out from a central core. A metal frame was used to build the main structure, which was then topped with a concrete footing, and finally, a wooden deck. The rise and fall of the bench makes it suitable for sitting, leaning and even lying down. The three different heights also act as kids or adults’ chairs and tables, creating endless possibilities of community and individual use. (YONG JU LEE ARCHITECTURE X2) A SQUARE IN SUMMER BY PROMONTORIO ARCHITECTS LISBON, PORTUGALSomewhere within…