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iDecorama Magazine is a print and digital publication with a combined readership of over 120K every month.

It is the go-to destination for a growing community of thousands of industry professionals searching for the latest in architecture & design including projects, products, events, interviews, competitors and more. The audience includes key players in the architecture, interior design, construction and building industry. iDecorama Magazine’s senior editorial team surfaces the latest trends, works with the most prestigious and influential brands around the world in order to deliver valuable original content. The magazine has quickly established itself as one of the leading publications due to its editorial team’s meticulous understanding of what the audience desires. Whether somebody is embarking on a new project or simply looking for a design voyeur fix, the magazine seeks to inspire them with functional & beautifully designed stories.

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  • October '17
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Editorial Calender

Cover Story
October 2017
Workspace Innovation – In sync with the Times
November 2017
Red Dot Awards: Excellence in Design
December 2017
iDecorama Show 2017
January 2018
World Architecture Festival – The Best of the World
February 2018
Keeping It Alive – Vernacular Architecture in the Contemporary Mode
March 2018
Maison and Object pairs
April 2018
Spatial Interactions – Transforming Spaces for Public Consumption
May 2018
Sculptural Geometry in Architecture
June 2018
Brutalism – Past, Present and the Future
July 2018
Acoustics – Cutting Out the Noise
August 2018
Marvels of Indian Architecture

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