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Architecture + Interiors

I Brought Home a New Plant: Taarini, Chandigarh

A fateful journey for a beautiful, healthy rubber plant

Words & Photos: Taarini Ravjit

Architecture + Interiors

I Brought Home a New Plant: Kush & Pratyush, Mumbai

Waiting for bougainvillea to bloom in an apartment by the sea

Words: Pratyush Parasuraman | Photos: Kush Patel

Architecture + Interiors

I Brought Home a New Plant: Menty, New Delhi

During lockdown, it’s her plants that make this photographer feel a little less lonely

Words & Photos: Menty Jamir

Architecture + Interiors

What Promenades Mean for a City with Limited Space

With Worli Sea Face demolished to pave the way for the Coastal Road in Mumbai, a look at why empathy ought to be at the crux of development

Words: Sneha Mehta

Architecture + Interiors

Photo Essay: In Search of Sunlight in Mumbai

Amid the pandemic, a photographer examines the role of urban planning and architecture in our access to sunlight

Words & Photos: Alisha Vasudev

Architecture + Interiors

Public Space: The Steps In The Right Direction

Architect Alan Abraham on the wondrous St Stephen’s Steps in Bandra, working with the BMC, and the need for more public spaces in the city

Words: Fabiola Monteiro

Architecture + Interiors

Why The Dining Table Deserves to Be Treasured

The oft-disregarded dining table is at the centre of our homes, now more than ever. Plus, four designers of spaces and products show us the dining tables in their own homes

Words: Khorshed Deboo

Architecture + Interiors

A Case for Conservation: Why We Need to Care More

Revered basilicas, heritage forts, and other storied structures that are treasure troves of memory, culture, and life

Words: Jessica Jani

Architecture + Interiors

Lessons from Charles Correa

Can the architect’s practice shape the way we build during the climate crisis?

Words: Gretchen Ferrao Walker

Architecture + Interiors

Crafting Sustainable Cities with Permaculture

Understanding the role of permaculture design in urban living

Words: Tansha Vohra

Architecture + Interiors

Botanical Art isn’t New — But It’s More Popular than Ever

Tracing our renewed interest in botanical art, from ancient traditions and colonial paintings to contemporary products and interiors

Words: Gretchen Ferrao Walker

Architecture + Interiors

Around the World in 8 Chairs

A global project spotlights chairs and their designs across cultures

Words: Fabiola Monteiro

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