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Admittedly, the dormancy is finally over! Indeed, this is an exceptionally close-to-my-heart post. Professionally working in the Healthcare architecture/Design industry, I have been waiting in latency to blog on our very own design and architecture project. Last year, when my sister-in-law determined to establish her own Dermatology office-based clinic practice for advanced skin and hair care, she approached Vikrant and me to create and design a clinic.
We were on Little Island recently ~ A new sculptural open park island floating in the Hudson River off Manhattan. One hundred thirty-two concrete piles supporting “tulips” in unique shapes arise out of the river, a spectacular undulating phenomenon for viewers from shore. This new cluster of tiny islands is a recent project designed by the London-based Heatherwick studio. I posted about the Vessel in this New Year’s post, which is another significant project designed by their studio in New York City.
Today, I feel like writing on a wristwatch. It is a thing almost no one wears these days, yet it has been a notion inherent from my father. I remember his steely watch that he would wear every morning on his way out to work. A treasured piece that would tell him if it is the right time or not. Those were the days of No iPhone and Computer screens with a small digital time and date stamp to which you glued during work hours. 

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