Dezeen Debate features a jewellery store that is "so good that it looks like AI"

Museum of meenakari

The latest edition of our Dezeen Debate newsletter features a jewellery store in India designed by Studio Lotus. Subscribe to Dezeen Debate now.

Studio Lotus in decorated the Museum of Meenakari Heritage and Sunita Shekhawat jewellery store with stone lattices and regional architecture frescoes.

Commenters analysed the project, with one saying, “It’s so good that it looks like AI.” Another, less impressed, called it “a clear and unashamed rejection of modernist ideology”.

View of power station by FRPO
FRPO created a “cathedral of energy” with a translucent polycarbonate tower

Other stories in this week’s newsletter that fired up the comments section include a thermal power plant in Spain by architecture studio FRPO, a plastic armchair informed by Chinese fortune cookies by Brooklyn studio Jumbo and Danish maritime studio MAST’s plans for a hotel formed of houses on stilts.

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