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Convergence of ideas
April 2016
A platform where design professionals meet and discuss interior trends and furniture design is not a mere idea anymore! We are often unable to connect with the design fraternity in large settings such as conferences and trade fairs.
The dezigngenie Trends showcase 2015
February 2015
The Dezigngenie Trends 2015 Showcase by CW Interiors held on January 16th, 2015 had one of the best line ups of speakers the industry has ever seen.
Delightful wood
March 2014
Enjoy the splendour of solid comfort with The Furniture Republic's contemporary walnut wood furniture. Walnut is prized as one of the most luxurious and durable wood varieties used in furniture, which lends itself well to contemporary designs. As a strong, hard and durable wood that carves and holds its shape well, walnut wood retains its finish for generations.
Arjun Malik
September 2013
Arjun Malik, son of architect Kamal Malik, has architecture in his genes. A dynamic architect in his own right, Arjun apprenticed with a few world-famous architects before joining his father's 36-year-old multidisciplinary firm.
What makes contemporary homes?
April 2012
Contemporary design. Widely used but loosely interpreted, the term is often indiscriminately used to describe anything from a newly cons­tructed space to a design that heavily borrows from the west! Given its importance in the design language,
Family Bathrooms
October 2011
Duravit's Ketho and 2nd Floor ranges meet the needs of family bathrooms. The family bathroom must serve the needs of the young and old alike.
True Blue
October 2011
Shweta Kaushik and Dr Art + Design add oodles of creativity to the design of the new Out of the Blue at Powai in Mumbai, giving it a different look but the same vibe as its Bandra cousin.
Angular Art
October 2011
Mumbai-based designer Ninad Tipnis makes a strong design statement in this otherwise sober, straight line office at the World Trade Centre.
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