Jul 6, 2011

Design Enthusiast Featured ~ Prismma 's Blogger Style

This post is long overdue. Prismma, came out with its first issue in April, 2011. Rekha Nambiar, The Editor of the magazine, was kind enough to include The Design Enthusiast as part of a feature called - Blogger Speak. 

About Prismma
Prismma showcases space and style and brings in-depth features on design and home living, interviews with Architects, designers and photographers, exclusive home tours and profiles of stores, products and crafts. We have a special Discover India section that covers everything from heritage to travel. The content is spread over three formats.
  • Magazine—which has a focus on visuals and design and is designed for ease of reading
  • Website—content with slideshows and add-ons like contests and giveaways
  • News Blog—here we bring you product updates, news, views and experts.

My feature...
Thank you Rekha and the team at Prismma for the feature...I am glad I was a part of the first issue. It feels good to be sharing space with other very talented artists, architects and bloggers. Wishing the team all the best and many more successful issues in future :-)

Link to their website, facebook page and the magazine


  1. Such a beautiful layout! Congratulations on being included in the magazine. You and Tanya are our resident celebrities. :)

  2. Thank you so much Dana, it was Tanya's post which reminded me of this draft..thanks to her!!

  3. I wondered what you meant about your draft . . . this is such awesome news! So exciting!!! A huge, well-deserved accomplishment. Congrats!!

  4. Congratulations :)

  5. congrats sudha!:) ur house is beautiful!

  6. Congratulations, Sudha. This is indeed nice to know.

  7. Congratulations Sudha, love your blog.following you.


  8. Thank you everyone :)..feels good to see all the cheer and support!!

  9. Congo Sudha..such a beautiful and impressive layout


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