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volume 3 | issue 3

editorial
Lavish framework of architecturally superior buildings with functional and aesthetically planned outdoor areas form an integral part of the planning of most of the hotels of medium to large scale. Whether it is Cidade de Goa built in 1978-82, where the unique building vocabulary has merged with the natural surrounding or Agra’s Mughal Sheraton, the recipient of the first Aga Khan Award for Excellence in Architecture and Landscape in 1980, where the low height hotel building is arranged around courtyards, landscape has always remained one of the main elements of design that has created the overall ambience of the place.
In February, the country hosted its first IFLA Eastern Region Conference in Mumbai.Such interactive sessions with fellow professionals from within and outside the country shall certainly be very beneficial in growth in the country. Certainly a positive trend…
 
   

The landscape of hospitality in India by Akshay Kaul


Hotel Landscape by Sujata Kohli


Le Meridien - Jaipur by Nandita & Minesh Parikh


Vanya Vilas - Ranthambore by Sujata Kohli


The Leela Palace - Bangalore by Kishore D. Pradhan


Ananda - Narendra Nagar by Samir Mathur


Lanscapes for Hospitality & Entertainment by Suneet Mohindru
Infinity Resorts - Ramnagar | Oracles
Malana Guest House - Kullu District | Oracles
The Stellar Gymnkhana - Greater Noida | Oracles


The Corinthia Club - Pune by Vikas & Nilima Bhosekar



Book Review
Tropical Garden Plants In Colour,Kolkata
Horticulture and Allied Publishers, 1991, reprinted 2001



Know Your Plants
Saraca Indica, Ashoka

 
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