Goa is not a small place. Viraj Naik curates a collection from India's most loved state that exudes laissez faire living. Where the air is ever so balmy and life is mostly about breathing. Also known as the party capital of the country apart from being endowed with spectacular natural beauty. The place maketh the man, … Continue reading Strokes from a small state!
If space is a canvas, one on which life enfolds, then retail spaces are a prima donna kind of canvas. A space where the product on display is the star, where space itself then takes a back-seat, mostly illuminating the goods while other times iterating as a showcase. The design of the Featherlite showroom tries … Continue reading Project Focus #1: Featherlite Retail Store
Literally meaning the mirror of the sky, Falak-numa is a palace built by the Prime Minister of Hyderabad, Amir e Paigah Sir Vicar Ul Umra, and later financed by the 6th Nizam of Hyderabad. Located about 5km from the famous Charminar, on a hillock, the beautifully crafted palace overlooks a huge portion of the city. … Continue reading The Monsoon Palace
Hyderabad is the twin sister of my hometown, Secunderabad, but over the years the two cities have merged into one, well almost. Here's an article published in today's edition of the Indian National daily newspaper, the Times of India. Unfortunately I could not find an online link of the published article, but here's the scripted … Continue reading Evolution of Hyderabad’s Architecture