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Why pick M.Des in Furniture & Interior Design by Cindrebay?

What is Furniture & interior design course? Furniture & interior design course deals with the specialization in architectural composition of spaces and the design of furniture elements that suit ambiance & decor the best. Furniture & interior designers often work at the intersection of spaces (commercial, residential, etc), objects (furniture & other decorative pieces), and […]

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Everything you need to know about Furniture & Interior design course

What is a Furniture & interior design course? Furniture & interior design course is one of the most sought after courses in the Indian & global market for interior design. Designers with specialization in Furniture & interior courses possess deep expertise in the architectural composition of space & how the design of furniture elements fit […]

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A Frame of Multiple Architectural Expressions – Manzana de la Discordia, Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona’s architectural and design language combines assorted forms, expressions, interpretations, and evolutions conforming to diverse cultures, civilisations, and styles. Revolutionary architects, such as Antoni Gaudi, Lluís Domènech i Montaner and Josep Puig i Cadafalch were pioneeringfigures who glorified Catalan Modernism, a cultural movement in Catalonia in Spain that shaped Barcelona’s architectural character. Catalan modernism is […]

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Visual Communications – Introducing a holistic approach to mass communication, media, journalism studies, & filmmaking

Introducing the new Visual Communications course Cindrebay is proud to announce a new course, B.A. in Visual Communication, a refreshing new courseware that combines the best of journalism studies with an added bonus of film making & media studies. This is a golden opportunity for students to make the most of this hybrid course that […]

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6 skills to survive and thrive in a broadcast, journalism, & mass communications career

Why build a career in broadcast & journalism? Are you scared of getting trapped in a boring 9-to-5 job with limited or no flexibility? Do you want your career to be more than just a monthly paycheck? Do you aspire to work in a field that allows you to travel a lot, meet new people, […]

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6 reasons you should build a career in media & mass communication (& how to do it right)

What is media & mass communication studies? In the most simple definition, media & mass communication studies encompasses the specialization in creating, sending, receiving, and analyzing messages and information to a large-scale audience, through either written or verbal communication.  Also referred to as journalism or broadcast journalism or journalism studies, media & mass communication is […]

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Design checklist – 10 things to confirm before finalizing a design

A design student, a new studio or a 70 year old firm can swear by a design checklist. No matter how little or how many projects one might have handled, it is important to scrutinize all of them before hitting that send button. The quality check process in a studio begins the moment the pencil […]

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#PoV – Our Speaker for day 15 : Leading experimental architect & Founder of Chromed Design Studio, Abhigyan Neogi

Abhigyan Neogi, founder of Delhi-based architect & design studio, Chromed Design Studio has carved a niche for himself in the design landscape of the nation. With a unique amalgamation of rugged logical accuracy and a joyful nature, Abhigyan Neogi designs interesting habitats that embody this distinct combination. In addition to creating avant-garde design strategies that […]

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#PoV – Our speaker for day 14: Founder of The Busride Studio, Ayaz Basrai

A young generation of designers want to focus on the fun aspect of the craft. Instead of being part of the rat race, they are more inclined in exploring the future built environments, creating utopian designs for films, videos or entertainment, challenge pre-existing notions of design and break away from the stereotypical. Taking this challenge […]

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