Vaishnavi Nayel Talawadekar is an internationally published architecture, design and art journalist.
Vaishnavi runs a sunny content studio called Mangomonk where she writes for brands and publications, big and small.
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The King Outdoor Furniture Collection - Collection Feature
A Century-Old Seville Building Transformed into Four Apartments by Febrero Studio.
This brooding bungalow in Chennai is designed for two humans, two cats and a dog
Papaya Brings Linie Design Rugs to Australia and New Zealand - Product Feature
A dainty Gurugram home that feels like stepping onto the set of Netflix's Bridgerton
This villa in Bangalore holds whispers of its owners’ traditions and travels
[Print] Rediscovering Heritage: aequo, India's First Collectible Art Gallery
[Print] Cover Story // Delhi: From the Land, an Earthy Abode by Ashiesh Shah
This Mumbai apartment is home to a couple, their cat, and 100 pairs of sneakers
This 680-Square-Foot Brooklyn Heights Apartment Has the Best Window Seat
Viktoria & Woods by Annabel Kerr Interior Design - Project Feature
[Print] A Long-Overdue Reno in Louisville
Vinu Daniel on the glory of garbage in architecture and Chuzhi House
Chennai: This sea-facing apartment is a Friday-to-Sunday escape
[Print] The Brilliance of Tara
[Print] Notes from Bhutan
[Print] Heartfelt Memories: Melissa Joseph
For Studio AK, interior design is not a job—it’s a passion
Japandi Chic and Midcentury Vibes Meet in This India Apartment
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