|The Bonjour India Experience / SpaceMatters|
Added: 23.04.2018 1:00 | 4 views | 0 comments
The ‘Bonjour India Experience’ was the flagship initiative of the Bonjour India 2017-2018, a festival which celebrated Indo-French collaborations through more than 300 events spread over four months across 33 Indian cities. At the heart of the festival, The Bonjour India Experience pavilion was a one-of-its-kind travelling exhibition at the intersection of art, architecture, design and urbanism. The 9 meter high, 800 square metre and 40 tonne installation travelled approx. 3500 kilometres from the iconic India Gate in Delhi to Cross Maidan Garden behind the historic Churchgate Station Mumbai to become the star attraction of the world’s largest book fair in Kolkata over a period three months. It welcomed more than 180,000 visitors over a period of 30 odd days spread over the three cities.
|Leopards that live in cities are protecting people from rabies|
Added: 20.04.2018 16:53 | 2 views | 0 comments
Wild leopards wander into the Indian city of Mumbai to prey on feral dogs – and in doing so they stop the dogs biting people and passing on the rabies virus
|Roy hits 91 not out as Delhi win off last ball in IPL|
Added: 14.04.2018 18:32 | 18 views | 0 comments
England's Jason Roy makes an unbeaten 91 off 53 balls as Delhi Daredevils beat Mumbai Indians off the final ball of the match in the IPL.
|Lost shark seen for first time in a decade – in a fish market|
Added: 13.04.2018 18:30 | 92 views | 0 comments
Photographs of a Ganges river shark snapped at a fish market in Mumbai are the first confirmed record of the species for more than a decade
|When it Comes to Building a Better Airport, "It Never Pays to Use Cheap Materials"|
Added: 11.04.2018 10:30 | 8 views | 0 comments
Airport design is both an art and a science: the best terminals are not only functional, but also beautiful and awe-inspiring spaces. Millions of people pass through these terminals every day, yet few understand their inner workings as well as and —design leaders at who have conceptualized some of the most ambitious aviation projects around the world, including in Mumbai. In this interview, Moore, a Director, and Duffy, a Design Partner, reflect on the complicated challenges of airport design, and how these constraints can fuel creative solutions.