The Wishing Tree at the @VAmuseum: Delhi-based designers Sarthak and Sahil designed this abstract tree, which is part of The India Festival at the V&A. Classic Indian motifs such as the lotus petal and paisley decorate the three-and-a-half metre structure and a light installation is a metaphor for hope, prosperity and ecology (as well as making the whole thing look even prettier).

The Wishing Tree at the @VAmuseum: Delhi-based designers Sarthak and Sahil designed this abstract tree, which is part of The India Festival at the V&A. Classic Indian motifs such as the lotus petal and paisley decorate the three-and-a-half metre structure and a light installation is a metaphor for hope, prosperity and ecology (as well as making the whole thing look even prettier).

If you're studying abroad in #London, keep your eyes open for interesting architectural and interior details all around you. The Royal Arcade is found in Mayfair, a covered walkway full of tiny shops on both sides. It's not far from Green Park and Piccadilly Circus and worth wandering through if you're in the area. capa.org/london

If you're studying abroad in #London, keep your eyes open for interesting architectural and interior details all around you. The Royal Arcade is found in Mayfair, a covered walkway full of tiny shops on both sides. It's not far from Green Park and Piccadilly Circus and worth wandering through if you're in the area. capa.org/london

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