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The Fine Art of Investment

India’s burgeoning economy and wealth is encouraging young entrepreneurs to invest in alternative markets. What are these alternative markets? These are antiques, art and fine wine to name a few. With very little to less knowledge on this topic I … Continue reading

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Sharing ideas through an evening of chitchat

Volume 7 of Pecha Kucha Night in Bombay was held last month at the Balwant Sheth School of Architecture. The school made for a perfect setting to share ideas and network. Pecha Kucha Night was devised by Astrid Klein and … Continue reading

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BYOI: Bring your own ideas

Arbour – Research Initiatives in Architecture, a space for research and conversations on contemporary architecture in India and Asia was launched in the first week of December by hosting a series of conversations on ideas, architecture and practice. Arbour means … Continue reading

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Animal Rebirth!

Animania – a graphic art show, curated by Divya Thakur of Design Temple rekindles our love for animals. The concept of the show has a group of international artists working on graphic visuals inspired by the animals venerated in Indian … Continue reading

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Art strikes Bandra and this is only the beginning

Bandra also known as the ‘Queen of the suburbs’ is growing rapidly. It is known for it’s churches like Mount Mary’s Basilica. It is well-connected by the Western Line of the Mumbai Railways and now by the Bandra Worli Sea Link … Continue reading

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A slice of decadence in the heart of Bombay

Banyan Tree Bakery and Cafe located adjacent to Gallery BMB designed by Nuru Karim from LIVE has a very relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The menu includes soups and salads, sandwiches and burgers, pizzas and pastas and now they also offer … Continue reading

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San Qi, a vibrant dining experience

As a family we go out for dinner once a week or every fortnight. Last night we went to San Qi at the Four Seasons Hotel in Bombay. San-Qi means three energies and the space promises a new dining experience … Continue reading

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