‘Fun, friends and alcohol’ seems to be the running theme at He Said She Said, a new shot bar in Mumbai’s suburbs. Just like a shot – meant to be gulped down in an instant and that offers a burst of flavours to the palate, this multi-level and variegated space is a powerhouse of energy achieved through its thoughtful design.
At Rs 57,99,995 for the high-end gold version, the Montegrappa Pelé pen might seem ridiculously expensive. But if you’re willing to pay the price, you’ll have just scored yourself a rare collectible for keeps in true Brazilian style.
Read more about this pen at The Label
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Tea sommelier Snigdha Manchanda’s passion for the humble drink brings much more to the table than just different varieties of tea.
(Published in Go-getter, June 2014)
There aren’t many global events that capture the world’s imagination quite like the World Cup does. With the 2014 edition well underway, India Art n Design, an Indian art/design website and e-zine, has focused on the design aspects of this mega event. So if you like football and design, you’ll find their articles to be very relevant right now. From the design of the football and the player’s jerseys, to some of Brazil’s FIFA stadiums, the stories delve deep into what went into the creation of these essential aspects of the World Cup.
One of the articles is about the eco-efficient stadium in Brazil called Arena Pantanal. Effectively blending modern design and sustainability solutions, Arena Pantanal is yet another newbie structure on the map of Brazil that will go down in the history of football and other events.
Three games have already taken place at this green stadium. So if you missed any of them, don’t forget that Japan will play against Columbia tomorrow (June 24, 2014). Click here to read this article.
As World Design Capital 2014, Cape Town is using design-driven events as a means of social, cultural and economic change.
Visit India Art n Design to read more about the exciting design-driven events happening in Cape Town!
Ever imagined a sustainable market place, where food is not only grown and harvested but also sold and consumed under a single roof? Well, looks like this is about to take shape. France’s entry into the Expo Milan 2015 is a pavilion with a ‘living’ roof that will grow everything from vegetables and crops to herbs and hops, and will also house a restaurant and an exhibition centre.
Read more about this reinterpretation of the traditional market place on India Art n Design.