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Sassy Spoon in Bandra, Mumbai, designed by The Orange Lane, is an amalgamation of the European meets quirky. - Design Owl. more...

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This Workspace Spearheaded By PSR Architecture Represents Thoughtful Design - Design Owl. more...

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Anarea of 840 sq. ft. in South Delhi has been astoundingly designed by thearchitects of DCA for a brand that deals in fashion forward leather goods andaccessories. – Design Owl. more...

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Architects Ashwin and Anjali Lovekar have designed The Photo Company, a photography studio complex for a young photographer in Pune. – Design Owl. more...

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In the Kashyap residence, architects Sandeep Khosla and Amaresh Anand created the L-shaped orientation of the house along the north and western edges of the site, thus allowing for a large garden lung space on the south and east. The material palette uses predominantly local materials in an interest more...

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Make your sitting area glow with the soft hues of ceiling-mounted lights. This pendant lamp is a modish option.

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Elmwood Dining Bench in Brown Colour

Opt for benches instead of usual chairs to create smart and quirky seating areas. This one in elmwood is a sturdy option.

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Bong Bong, a kitschy restaurant in Mumbai is a fun mixture of Bengali household and Parisian Café and is drawing customers in not just for its cuisine, but also for its eclectic decor harking back to the 1960s of Kolkata. The restaurant has been designed by Kumpal Vaid of Purple Backyard who wanted more...

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This sprawling private clubhouse in Ahmedabad, designed by M/s Prabhakar B Bhagwat and Samira Rathod and Associates (SRDA), has an underlying simplistic modern appeal to it. - Design Owl. more...

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The Shantanu & Nikhil store in Hyderabad, designed by Mumbai-based, Design Office, is a shrine dedicated to displaying fashion’s elegant best. This store is so chic, so spacious, and so restrained in tenor that you would be forgiven for thinking that this is your own private walk-in closet. Adding t more...