The Design Source




    The Design Source is a unique and classy bi-monthly magazine replete with ideas for designing and renovating modern spaces. It focuses on “what’s in” in luxury living, furniture design, and space planning. While it offers the average homeowner resources to source out products and services it also provides garden ideas for today’s smaller lots, whether at home, in the city or a patio. Eli is a boy. Lexi is a girl. Why does Lexi, the new neighbor, look very much like his deceased twin sister, Elsie? Wait a minute, now how did they end up in a creepy forest? A little tree is telling them it used to be a beautiful forest until an evil King did something really bad. While it clearly looks like there's an adventure to be had, Eli just wants to go back home to his video games. What will become of the little tree and the Golden Forest? Read on to find out! The very first of its kind, this plush quarterly is dedicated to chronicling the ethos, enterprise, and aplomb of the Sindhi community. This is a magazine that brings you insights into Sindhi history, its culture and its people. This is a magazine that will take you places and showcase Sindhis from all over the world.

    April - May 2014: An exclusive coverage of the 53rd edition of the Salone del Mobile, Milan, Italy. Designers Rupesh and Archana Baid give us a live report on the greatest international showcase for furniture and design,Designer couple Hardesh and Monica Chawla of Essentia Environments make their own home a Showcase of their creativity, Gaurav Roy Choudhury showcases a quintessential home for a traditional joint family.

    February - March 2014: A closer look at the glamour and style quotient available for India's bathrooms, Contemporary Bunglow by ZZ architects, The Tropical House by Hiren Patel Architects, THe Walled House by Lijo Reny architect and more...

    December - January 2014: An exclusive gallery of designer Indian kitchens with a display of the appliances, accessories and products, A grand spacious house by KNS Architects and Reza Aliabadi.

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