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Technology Driven Workplace Design

JLL’s The new Mumbai office of Jones Lang LaSalle Property Consultants India at ONE BKC is a showcase of Future of Workwhere technology meets workplace design to create exemplary people experience for both clients and staff. The new workplace of JLL strategically located in BKC spreads over 23,355sqft of prime, …

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Nitco Tiles: Setting Trrendss

What is the current scenario of Ceramic Tiles market in India? What are the factors triggering the growth? The domestic market of ceramic tiles in India has undergone a vast change, with vitrified tiles now constituting half of the total tiles market. Currently, India is one of the top three …

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Noken Vitrified Private Limited Looking for Innovative Design and Finishes

Noken Vitrified is a leading manufacturer, exporter and supplier of vitrified tiles, double charge vitrified tiles, nano polished tiles etc. Paresh Aghara, CMD, feels that the current trend is for bigger slab tiles. Tiles market growth and potential India is a gifted land in terms of sourcing raw materials. It …

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Ceramic tiles as part of modern living

Ceramic tiles have now become the integral part of new age living. The wide variety of colours and patterns adds beauty and aesthetics to the interior. Ocean ceramics has built a solid customer base for its products. The Company has combined the toughness of ceramic tiles with modern technological advances …

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Redefining Chinese Interior Landscape

A booming economy, modernization, massive infrastructure programs, private real estate boom – all these factors have changed the face of architecture in China. The blend of old traditions and new technology is ever present in cities – older buildings are torn down and newer ones are built without compromising the …

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The Bright side of Indian Ceramic Industry

Flavour Granito manufactures technically advanced vitrified tiles with a wide range of décor options for home and commercial applications. The highly competitive ceramic market in India demands introduction of new technologies for manufacturing newer designs and high quality products. The Company’s Managing Director, Dharmendra Rupala answers a few questions from …

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Restoring the conventional concepts of vernacular approach

The architect has designed and styled his studio in Vadodara, Gujarat with Metal Corrugated Sheet, where, although the area being meager in expanse, gives an opulent outlook. “A design is a continuous process of evolution! There were many good ideas, in context to design orientation, material utilization, application of natural …

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Herzog & de Meuron’s Jenga Tower, New york

The high-rise tower on 56 Leonard Street is not a typical residential tower. Each unit, despite its size, has a character that is individual and personal, perhaps even intimate. The project is conceived as a stack of individual rooms, where each room is unique and identifiable within the overall stack. …

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“It is not about square feet space”

Niranjan Hiranandani, Co Founder & MDHiranandani Group, speaks about the group’s upcoming projects and the current real estate scenario and What is the outlook for the real estate sector as a whole now? Coming from the positives of second half of 2015 and most of 2016, commercial real estate was …

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Rental Economy & Workplace

With the growing use of social media platforms and mobile technology, consumers have created a profitable business model out of what has traditionally been a community activity – renting goods and services to one another. Coined the “rental” or “sharing” economy, it is presenting an opportunity for companies to re-engineer …

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