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  • Steven Holl Architects Wins Competition for New Wing of Mumbai City Museum Steven Holl was selected unanimously from 8 finalists including Zaha Hadid, OMA and Amanda Levete, to design a new wing for the Mumbai City Museum, also known as Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum. The jury included Martin Roth, director of the V&A Museum […]


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  • Located in Haridwar, a touristic destination in Northern India, the 65,000 sqm mixed-use complex comprises of a shopping mall, office suites above and a business hotel operated by Radisson Group. Distribution of functions, access and circulation are carefully resolved to achieve a highly integrated mix of activities without jeopardising the desired degree of separation between […]


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Skyz would be the new address for contemporary living with its soaring towers at 60m and plush green environs of 9 acres which blends into the high rise urban fabric framing the skyline of Gurgaon city. The project will house 3 BHK condominiums embodied into one of the first integrated townships of Gurgaon. The layout […]


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