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The Taj Connection

April 19, 2018 0 comments, on Lab Nilaya

There comes a time in your life where you go to see the Taj Mahal. I did this morning. In the dawn light, under a still lingering topaz moon so perfectly round and so astonishingly big it looked like it had been art directed. 
At 5:45 a.m. Agra is cool, almost cold and my Bangalore conditioned body felt right at home, revelling in the cold air. 
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The Role of Design

January 29, 2018 0 comments, on Lab Nilaya

Design is being redesigned. And this is a truism. A field so intimately connected with human behavior which is ever changing and evolving is bound to change as well. As we become more sophisticated and complex as a species, and as we become more and more connected with each other, our expressions – design being one of them will reflect these changes.
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The Big Weekend of the Year

December 29, 2017 0 comments, on Lab Nilaya

December - the big weekend of the year! The body knows this because try as you might, all it seems to want to do is party! And it doesn't help when there are balloons, brightly lit Christmas trees and old Christmas classics playing everywhere. 
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Pink Power

November 27, 2017 0 comments, on Lab Nilaya

Fuschia. Coral. Salmon. Blush. Rose. The many shades of pink. Long hi-jacked by toy makers to make little girls nice pink is now the official colour of police vans driven by police women patrolling the streets to make sure we’re safe. It’s a whole other discussion why women should be unsafe in the first place but while at first I wasn’t sure about “Barbie police vans” I’ve warmed to the idea of a new association, one that is powerful and assertive.
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A Little Bit of Wallcovering

November 24, 2017 0 comments, on Lab Nilaya

It always boils down to imagination. How you use a wallcovering is entirely up to you. The freedom not to cover up your walls entirely opens up so many décor possibilities. I love the idea of sections, statement walls, a startling strip here, a sprightly one there lifting up the overall vision with one colourful or textural stroke.
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