Architecture+Design launches coffee table book Mega Brands
Mega Brands is India's first industry-architecture driven coffee table book launched by Architecture+Design
Coffee Table Book Mega Brands identifies iconic industry brands
Architecture+Design an iconic Indian magazine, launches India's first industry-architecture driven coffee table book MEGA BRANDS, an authentic survey based documentation. The book aims to identify the top industry brands that have added to a substantial growth of architecture. It also finds out and brings forward their excellent of design creativity in the creation of these iconic architectural products which have become an integral component in building India. MEGA BRANDS has been launched in memory of internationally acknowledged Indian architect Charles Correa and has been dedicated to his phenomenal contribution to global architecture. Charles Correa is a legendary in the history of Indian Architect who has been well acclaimed by the architect communities all across the globe.
|left to right Suneet Paul, Divya Kush, Estelle Berruyer, and Choi Ju Chul|
Architecture+Design has brought MEGA BRANDS, India's first industry-architecture coffee table book as a continued effort of the magazine to fill the widening gap between the architectural industry and the profession. Truly, the book is bound to bridge the increasing void between the two. We met Suneet Paul, Editor-In-Chief, Architecture+Design. He is quite vibrant and full of synergy. Appraising about MEGA BRANDS, he added that this is India's first industry-architecture driven documentation.
|Suneet Paul, Editor-In-Chief, Architecture+Design|
The MEGA BRANDS by Architecture+Design covers all products that inspire such as tiles, cement, faucets, flooring, plywood, steel, lights, and paints. These popular brands and products have been compiled in a beautiful manner in the Coffee Table Book. Divya Kush, President, The Indian Institute of Architects was the Guest of Honor. Estelle Berruyer, Cultural Attache, Embassy of France, and Choi Ju Chul, Chief Korean International Trade Association were the special guests at the event.
Ar. Sonali Bhagwati talked about the gaps that are left behind in the architectural design of a city, home, state, and country. She elaborated certain gaps in the Delhi Metro architectural design. Ar. Chang Hyun Kim from South Korea talked about a correlation between architectural design and suicides and how the latter can be reduced by enhancing designs.
|Ar. Chang Hyun Kim|