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Another Day at the Box Office…a House Inspired by Iron Man 3!

It’s not every day you get a client who knows EXACTLY what they want…with a multimillion dollar feature film as a reference. Tony Stark did a lot more than just shine in his metal suit; people paying attention would’ve been blown away by the architecture of his house! Our client certainly w

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The Peshawar Files – Fine Dining and What not

Designing restaurants is an absolute delight for two reasons: No design element is considered too over the top Color is welcome But these things must be incumbent with a theme, which would make it easier for people to identify the kind of food served. The ambiance is also greatly affected b

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The Coffee Salon – Much More than your Average Coffee House

A cup of coffee is not only a person’s early morning staple, it is a culture – the coffee culture. Coffeehouses have cropped up on the corners and intersections of every major street worldwide to service their loyal patrons; it is a booming business and a yummy one at that. People, who go out

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The Lobby of Squares

The lobby was narrow. And double – heighted. It came with a bridge and a skylight. It was in desperate need of design aid, to tie in all these elements together. My initial thoughts went towards wrought iron, where slight embellishment under the bridge, as well as on the stair railing would

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Cafés

The city of Istanbul introduced the first coffee house to the world, a citizen from Aleppo named Hakam and fellow named Shams from Damascus were the pioneers of the first coffee shop where they began to purvey coffee. Soon the word spread and holy places like Mecca also began serving coffee but the

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