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Publisher : Business India Publications Ltd

Magazine Description : INSIDE OUTSIDE – India’s most respected and highest circulated interior design magazine.

It is the first choice of the crème de la crème of professional designers and architects. With its incisive coverage and wide range of profiles, Inside Outside is an important forum for both the professional as well as the lay reader. Over the years, the magazine has grown to be the bible for the community of Indian architects and the professional interior designer. It is revered for its authority and selection of coverage. Professionals consider it an honour to be published in the pages of this premier interior design magazine.

The magazine focuses on well designed interiors. Be it residential or commercial, INSIDE OUTSIDE covers the exclusive and luxurious, to the low cost and space conscious. Designing on small budgets and problem solving is a special area of editorial interest, and even the lavish apartments featured are replete with ideas that can be emulated in more modest homes.

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“ I would have liked a childhood like other children who have their parents, their toys… It has been different for me: street people are my family now. ”

A hole in the ground. A border between two parallel universes.

When we first visited their subterranean house in Bucharest city centre, we never expected that over time we would become part of their family. Children, aged up to forty years, were the street tribe of Gara de Nord.
The leading figure of the group, a charismatic and experienced man called Bruce Lee, spent the last few years trying to provide a comfortable house for the community to stay in. He was proud to show their struggle for self-sustenance, despite being neglected by the rest of the world. As if they were natives of the street, they sought survival through the resources that were available to them.
But spring 2014 brought overwhelming exposure to the Gara de Nord story: it repeatedly appeared in local and international media with reports focusing mainly on drugs abuse. One of the results being the arrest of Bruce Lee and many others in July 2015. Accused of organized crime and drug trafficking, they were sentenced to 10-20 years in prison.

For two years we lived on the streets of Bucharest with one of the most marginalised communities in Europe. During this prolonged stay, our own identity became increasingly blurred. The boundaries between us gradually disintegrated, paving the way for a new and clearer understanding.
Having experienced some consequences of social disorder ourselves, we have been forced to reconsider our own condition; realizing how fragile and unpredictable the principles that govern the existence of humankind are.

Inside outdoors “ I would have liked a childhood like other children who have their parents, their toys… It has been different for me: street people are my family now. ” A hole in the