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The Heart of the House is the Double Height Courtyard | Neogenesis+Studi0261

The Heart of the House is the Double Height Courtyard | Neogenesis+Studi0261 | Surat. Text description provided by the architects. The project aims at creating an economically modest built form for an agriculturist and his family. Abstraction of urban farming could be seen in both exterior and interior spaces. The design uses the natural light and[Read More]

Steel Cantilevered House with an axis vista towards ‘nanda devi’ | Zowa Architects

Steel Cantilevered House with an axis vista towards ‘nanda Devi’ | Zowa Architects text description provided by the architects. This is a small hotel in Uttarakhand, India Situated 1600m above sea level in the village of Kaser devi near the town of Almora. Its named after the region it is situated, ‘kumaon’ a region of mountains,[Read More]

Onella Residence by TAO Architecture

Modern Residence by TAO Architecture A five bedroom Residence house situated on a sloping land manages to deal with the levels while generating lower ground for parking for services and a recreational area whereas links the upper ground with garden and a swimming pool already covered with thick foliage surrounding the site. Solid looking floating[Read More]

RSA Residence – Faridabad | Purple Studio

RSA Residence – Faridabad | Purple Studio Purple Studio was co-founded by Deepti Bansal & Joaquim Rodrigues in 2014 in Delhi. The studio has architectural & Interior projects spread across Delhi, Goa, Pune, Noida, Gurgaon & Faridabad. Our design motto is to design solutions without compromising the integrity of materials while respecting the environment and achieving[Read More]

Peacock House-ESSTEAM

Peacock House-ESSTEAM From Architects: This urban modern house is a beautiful blend of Nature, Art and Architecture. The house is adhered to welcome all the greens and art installations to experience every space differently from every corner yet bind them together to make them one. The client’s aspiration of having utterly unique yet simple house[Read More]

TOP 10 Residential Houses in India 2017
TOP 10 Residential Houses in India

Here is our pick for TOP 10 Residential Houses in India 2017. All the architectural project are selected on basis of their aesthetic appeal, planning, functionality & Material selection. Throughout the year we have seen many beautiful and world-class architectural designs happening.  who says there is no good architecture happening in India?. Architecture in India has[Read More]

Elements-The Central Park | Ahmedabad | Ignitus Architectural Studio

Elements-The Central Park | Ahmedabad | Ignitus Architectural Studio An extraordinary creative collaboration has resulted in a new landmark for a city. We started to design this project almost one and half years back with the plot in our hand and a brief of just to create a landmark residential apartment building in the heart[Read More]

The House with the Gabion | Lonavala | Spasm Design

The House with the Gabion | Spasm Design Text description provided by the architects. Pawna Lake, offers some killer vistas. This country home starts with an 8 foot thick Gabion wall, which acts as a spine, the first marker which runs for 170 feet, from north to south. All spaces in a one room thick linear[Read More]

WOVEN HOUSE | Sunil Patil & Associates

WOVEN HOUSE | Sunil Patil & Associates The project is located in Ichalkaranji , a small town in Maharashtra. Ichalkaranji is famous for textile – known as Manchester of India. Taking inspiration of city’s famous textile weaving, the house is designed with patterns on walls, furniture and art. In the free-flowing spaces, the interior decor[Read More]

Modern Contemporary Residence | Charged Voids
Modern Contemporary Residence

Modern Contemporary Residence | Charged Voids Text description provided by the architects. BRIEF The brief was to design a Modern Contemporary Residence for a father-son duo, who had recently lost the lady of the house. CONCEPT The idea was to design a house that brings its occupants in close contact with elements of nature in order[Read More]