Where are the questions?

“Sir, I found it on Google. So I thought that it must be right.” Ankit said, confidently. “And Sir, it was on the first page of Google.” He further justified himself. This was not the first time, Prof. Agarwal, history teacher at an...

Horizontal v/s Vertical

Feel small on the crowded streets of Mumbai or New York? Sky not visible? Just look around and you will find whole new lot of skyscrappers have eaten up your unending space. Tall concrete and steel structures are making roads appear narrower and congested. Blame...

Design: Image of the week

This south Indian mini thali, is a wonderful example of organisation. Many of us would surely not like casually organised “thalis”. This organisation of elements (katories) in the given frame (Thali), boosts your hunger, you feel tempted. Ultimately, enjoy...

basic design and architecture

In Basic Design (BD. henceforth) subject, there has been lot of talk about BD principles (like, balance, alignment, repetetion, symmetry etc.) and BD elements (like lines, points, shapes etc.). Subject has been compartmentalised and not much efforts were taken to...

the art of looking sideways

currently i am busy browsing thru “the art of looking sideways”, by Alan Fletcher. This book is collection of images, anecdotes, quotes and useless/ful information about deisgn.i liked the design of coverpage of this book and also the way author has...