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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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An exclusive interview of SurfacesReporter.com with Bandana Jain, who is not just an artist and entrepreneur but also works towards upliftment of under-privileged women.

Bandana Jain - Designer of the week

An exclusive interview of SurfacesReporter.com with Bandana Jain, who is not just an artist and entrepreneur but also works towards upliftment of...

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What Builders, Material Manufacturers, Architects, Designers, are saying about Union Budget 2019. Explore here.

Post Budget Reactions from Leaders in the Building Industry by Surfaces Reporter

What Builders, Material Manufacturers, Architects, Designers, and other important people are saying about the Union Budg...

Glamorous Furniture Designs Inspired by Nature from Hsiang Han Design Studio

Nature Inspired Furniture Designs from Hsiang Han Design Studio

Furniture design is getting largely influenced by nature. Captured by the Surfaces Reporteam at the Milan Design Week 20...

In the Burnout project, a mould of a chair is made out of pages of newspapers.

Burnout Seating by Francesco Feltrin

Phenomenal seating innovated by Feltrin by burning the paper moulds made of newspapers and Captured by Surfaces Reporter...

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