Furniture | An Architect Explains

Furniture is household equipment designed for a variety of purposes. It may be made of wood, metal, plastics, marble, glass, fabrics, and related materials. It ranges from the simple pine chest to the elaborate gilded console table. It is usually movable, though it can be built-in, like kitchen cabinets and bookcases. The design and building of furniture is related to both architecture and interior design……

Bathroom Fixtures | An Architect Explains

Nowadays, most bathrooms contain the three basic fixtures for personal hygiene – the wash basin, the toilet (WC) and the shower/bathtub. Other fixtures like bidet, dressing cabinet etc may also be present. But it is imperative that these fixtures and fittings are placed at the right heights and positions. An Architect explains the commonly used bathroom fixtures/fittings, the best brands available in India and the standard heights and positions……

Bedroom Furniture | An Architect Explains

A bedroom has a bed and in addition, a closet, nightstand, desk and dresser. Sometimes, users want to accommodate a TV too. Furniture and other items in a bedroom depends on the usage of the bedroom- master bedroom or a children’s bedroom or a guest bedroom. It also depends on the size of the bedroom, the style (minimalist or decorative) and the requirements of the users…..

Kitchen Accessories And Fixtures | An Architect Explains

In designing a kitchen, the accessories, fixtures and kitchen surfaces need careful consideration. The surfaces need to be finished with additional materials to protect them and to give the Kitchen a finished look and a neat appearance. They should be easy to clean, durable, scratch and stain resistant and suit your kitchen style. In the market, there are several choices. Similarly, the there are hundreds of brands of Kitchen accessories available in the market. An Architect recommends the best options with their advantages and disadvantages……