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I think the reason people love macarons is their colour. They taste great, sure, but you reach out for them, are lured by them the way bees are to flowers. You want to try each one. The orange, the pale pink, the dark purple – the odder the food colour the more you want them. That’s the power of colour. Which is what the not so new interactive, experiential colour exhibition in NY,NY celebrates colour with the Colour Factory. 16 rooms. 20 000ft. That’s a lot of coloured real estate. A hit in
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Bandra Xmas

24 December, 2018, 0 comments, on Lab Nilaya

 

It Ain’t Christmas if it isn’t in Bandra!

 

Come Christmas time I commit the sin of envy. I stroll the cobbled streets of Bandra drenched in the drizzle of fairy lights, drinking in the stars of Bethlehem and wish I had...

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The Black Book of Colour

29 November, 2018, 0 comments, on Lab Nilaya

Once in a rare while a work of art of such purity comes along that it stands alone, unmissable and unmistakably authentic, amidst this clamouring world of posters, panels of experts and slick promotion. Fresh, breath taking and intellectually...

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The Power Of Patterns

21 November, 2018, 0 comments, on Lab Nilaya

Imagine this: a rush of concentric, neon teardrop patterns – a modern graphic rendition of the ancient and great paisley pattern in a bouquet of shades – orange, turquoise, emerald green, purple all held together by a white background. This...

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A Greek Key to Ancient Doors

24 October, 2018, 0 comments, on Lab Nilaya

To admire the simplicity of a Greek key pattern called so because of its key shape and Greek heritage, a cultural trademark as it were, is to open a series of doors, each one connecting one fascinating space to another. It is to literally...
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