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India is unique in another respect. Indian towns and cities are rising skywards. More and more high rise buildings are coming up. These tall structures require strong windows that can withstand high velocity winds and rains that spear in at a 45- degree angle. Unlike the trend in other countries, window preferences in India vary from region to region and city to city. Conventional slider and casement windows are popular in the south. In the North, combinations of fixed, casement and slider windows in large sizes have found a large following. Across India, green buildings are the new architectural norm. These require special "green" windows that meet international specifications in manufacture and performance. All these factors have propelled Spectrum towards the frontiers of window technology and innovation.

Interior designers can be found designing for a variety of settings, such as schools, homes, restaurants, airports or office buildings. They are skilled in both architectural and decorating aspects of interior space. When interior designers begin working with a space, they consider the purpose of the rooms. They make design plans or draw up blueprints that include structural features, such as built-in bookcases. Interior designers also consider characteristics of a space, including colors, lighting and furniture.