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A luxury apartment complex in Gurugram that honours sustainability

An international team led by Hafeez Contractor created a luxe residential project that respects the need for sustainable living 

A holiday home in Vapi that is designed for leisure

A villa in Vapi, Gujarat, designed by Icon Projects Inspace, puts rest and relaxation on the agenda

Jayasri Burman’s new show after 12 years pays tribute to the Ganga

An ambitious collection that goes deeper into the cultural import of the Ganga, Burman makes larger points on ecology, beauty and embracing time

Step into a flamboyant Delhi home overlooking the Humayun's Tomb 

Designed by Paushika Gupta, this Delhi home is equal parts ornate and comfortable, with stunning views to boot

Artist Grimanesa Amorós's light sculpture is an ode to the streets of Mumbai

The large-scale, site-specific light sculpture at Mumbai's BKC was inspired by the artist's journey through India, specifically Mumbai

This Surat villa by a river is an ode to the grandeur of traditional Indian homes

Effortlessly blending the traditional with the contemporary, this house in Surat displays an expansive range of design sensibilities

How a neoclassical building in Lutyens’ Delhi transformed into an opulent home

Studio Lotus was tasked with creating the sprawling family residence in Lutyens’ Delhi which marries the structure’s history with contemporary flavour

Aryaman Birla’s private club in Mumbai seamlessly blends grandeur with intimacy

Jolie's is a celebration of maximalism in all its myriad styles and forms, prioritizing comfort, privacy and pleasure

This photography exhibition in Dubai examines our times through images and sounds 

The exhibition in Dubai, titled 'Growing Like a Tree: Static in the Air’ by the Ishara Art Foundation, depicts the constant flux and uncertainty of our times

This Kolkata home is a contemporary ode to the Renaissance

From reflective artworks to matte-finished copper inlays, VJ Design Studio has skilfully adapted neoclassical design principles for the modern palette

On World Architecture Day, we asked Indian architects to weigh in on sustainability 

Indian architects and designers share their ideas on sustainability, and on the future and challenges of climate-responsive designs

For the Jewish holy month, a feast of food and design from their Mumbai outposts

In India, the Jewish legacy is that of strength, resilience, and a sense of community that adapted to the local terrain without forsaking their distinctive cultural identity

This renovated home in Lutyens' Delhi is an ode to Indian art and craftsmanship

With art by masters such as M.F. Hussain and S.H. Raza, and rare Indian carpets, this Delhi home tips its hat to our country’s aesthetic prowess

A Lonavala Villa That Embraces Both Vastu And Indian Cosmology with Raza’s Bindu

Geometrica, an “art villa” in Lonavala, works with some seemingly disparate elements but proves that Vastu and art can in fact find common ground

Century-old brassware and secret recipes, how Himachali Dham is being cooked today 

The history of Dham, a traditional feast served at celebrations in Himachal Pradesh, is community engagement in its most traditional form

The extraordinary 500-year-old legacy of Ladakh’s surviving copper craftsmen

The Chiling Sumda village is home to copper artisans who are gracefully keeping their rich family history alive

Do women homebuyers really have an advantage?

We speak to property lawyers, builders, and real estate consultancy firms to explore the situation on the ground

How brokers perceive the real estate market today

From stories of celebrity clients who purchase 20 flats in one go, to the vicious web of commissions—three property agents weigh in on the changed vocabulary of real estate

The history and stories from Mumbai's most beautiful neighbourhood, Khotachiwadi

In the heart of South Mumbai, this quaint urban village features the best there is—in people and homes. Vikas Dilawari, James Ferreira and André Baptista open up pages of history for AD

You can buy an apartment in this London building that housed Churchill’s office and served as a James Bond film set 

We speak to the owners and sales managers of the OWO residences to understand how this new opportunity is just the right fit for Indian HNIs