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The artwork titled Preserve the Pride, by Bandana Jain, derives its inspiration from the doorway of a Buddhist shrine at Ajanta cave, a designated UNESCO heritage site and the pride of Maharashtra.

A Cardboard Cave Inspired by a Buddhist Shrine

The artwork titled Preserve the Pride, by Bandana Jain, derives its inspiration from the doorway of a Buddhist shrine at Ajanta cave, a designate...

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Aluminium Pipes Taking Shape of a Cupboard

Aluminium Pipes Taking Shape of a Cupboard

A perfect example of how a material like aluminium can be used to construct a keeper figure, giving out an embellishing ...

This Lavish red-orange coloured seating is a retreat to the eyes of many and as comfortable as it looks like!

Box Shaped Lavish Seating by Anna Von Schewen

This Lavish red-orange coloured seating is a retreat to the eyes of many and as comfortable as it looks like!

Karim Rashid presents his marble collection created by the company A.A.T.C. and Co. Srl – Verona, Italy.

Seating In Picasso Black By Karim Rashid

Caught in camera by Surfaces Reporter at Milan Design Week 2019, Karim’s ‘Picasso Black chair,’ portrays an impeccable p...

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