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  • 50 Best Pillar Design Ideas And Inspirations For Indian Spaces

    Pillar design is a cornerstone of architectural elegance, seamlessly blending structural support with aesthetic appeal. Our blog, “50 Best Pillar Design Inspirations,” celebrates this essential element, showcasing a variety of styles from classical Doric and Ionic to contemporary and avant-garde innovations. Whether you’re an architect, interior designer, or a design enthusiast, these pillar design inspirations will fuel your creativity and explore the beauty and versatility of pillar design.

    1. A Rustic Touch | Uneven

    The stimulating part about designing this residence was to offer spacious rooms with appropriate openings and open spaces in a plot size of 1860 sq. ft. Our agenda was to create a cohesive design of architecture and interiors by the virtue of the structural elements forming a base for the contemporary interior design. We put together our learnings of experiencing the feel of a home and achieving an aesthetically appealing house.

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    Designed by: 
    Uneven

    Location: Vadodara

    Principal Architect: Shourya Patel & Dexter Fernandes

    Photograph Courtesy: Darshan Dave

    2. Airport Pillar Design | Sthapati

    The Ayodhya Airport emerges as an infrastructural marvel and a promise of holistic community development and cultural enrichment. Beyond its physical dimensions, the airport, with its green building certification, is a testament to India’s commitment to sustainable practices, heralding a new era in environmentally conscious aviation.

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    Designed by: 
    Sthapati

    Location: Ayodhya

    Principal Architect: Ar. Khushboo bansal, Ar. Harsh Varshneya & Vipul B Varshneya

    Photograph Courtesy: Studio Noughts & Crosses

    3. Traditional Carved Pillar | Environ Planners

    A Reflection Of Local Architecture Built on the principles of sustainable architecture and minimalist living, the design is a reflection of local architecture and conducive to the composite climate of the region.

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    Designed by: 
    Environ Planners

    Location: Nashik, Maharashtra, India

    Principal Architect: Ar. Sanjay Patil & Ar. Anagha Patil

    Photograph Courtesy: Ar. Deepshika Jain, Ar. Atul Kanetkar, PHX India & Pritesh Patil

    4. Indian Contemporary Pillar Design | Fx3Designs

    The face of the house was Indian Design to reflect the material palette of our gods own country, a classic combination. Nestled away in the temple town of Thrissur is this house of 2000 sqft, which includes 3 & ½ bedrooms, living & kitchen. We were given the opportunity to renovate the exterior & interior of this space. Client requirement was to have a space that embraces our culture and still be modern in its many faces.

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    Fx3Designs

    Location: Thrissur, Kerala

    Principal Architect: Archana Menon & Sajeev Kumar

    Photograph Courtesy: Marc. Frames

    5. Minimalist Wood | The Art Container

    The client, rooted in the cultural context of pol houses of Ahmedabad, aspires to create a modern abode that reflects a harmonious blend of contemporary aesthetics while preserving the rich legacy of heritage. Residing within the UNESCO-inscribed walled city of  Ahmedabad, the dwelling exudes a solemn ambiance, embodying Indian rituals and customs. Drawing inspiration from the iconic pol houses, key spatial elements such as doors, windows, columns, and brackets serve as expressive motifs within the interior spaces.

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    Designed by: 
    The Art Container

    Location: The Art Container

    Principal Architect: Raveena Panchal Shah

    Photograph Courtesy: Inclined Studio

    6. Stone And Wood | DESIGN MATTERS

    The patterned CNC skylight animates the mud block walls and kota floors with interesting shadow patterns to create a dramatic ever changing effect. The stone and wooden columns are in the traditional design of our temples and ancient buildings.

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    DESIGN MATTERS

    Location: J.P.Nagar, Bengaluru

    Principal Architect: J.P.Nagar, Bengaluru

    Photograph Courtesy: Ajay Devasia

    7. Feel Of Chettinad | HIRAYA DESIGN STUDIO

    The windows on the facade of the whole structure have been customized to bring in a Chettinad feel to it with a dramatic grill design with a section of green colored flora glass over it, the manufacture of which has been discontinued in this region, which got us to look high and low to source it. Right above it is a row of concrete Molded design. The roofing material is the local Mangalore tiles below which is the arched Wood Design which is an interesting feature on the façade.

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    Designed by: 
    Hiraya Design Studio

    Location: Mangalore

    Principal Architect: Apeksha Naik

    Photograph Courtesy: Noaidwin Sttudio

    8. Vibrant Pillars | P&S Associates

    A water harvesting pond connected to percolation pits and trenches in the bare ground helps recycle water on site. Solar panels finds its purpose in water heating and part of other electrical consumption.

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    P&S Associates

    Location: Ahmedabad

    Principal Architect: Sachishah & Palnashah

    Photograph Courtesy: Palna shah & Purvi Patel

    9. Stone Courtyard Pillar | VRIKSH

    The Courtyard, though a small one, is the focal space in the entire house with the hand stone carved pillars, with the stone imported from the local stone quarries. It is open to sky and a lovely space to enjoy the Mangalore rains. A traditional wooden and brass swing to cozy-up with a book and a cup of tea of the lazy afternoons!

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    Designed by: 
    Vriksh

    Location: Manipal, Karnataka

    Principal Architect: Sonal Shetty Rao

    Photograph Courtesy: Shamanth Patil

    10. A Simple Pillar Design | Vedanth Design Studio

    The Living space imparts a stillness and tranquility that is warm and inviting. The handsome interiors of the room feel classic, yet current. The intention was to tend to favour a simple, uncluttered space with artistic flair.

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    Vedanth Design Studio

    Location: Adarsh Palm Retreat Villas, Bangalore

    Principal Architect: Nehal Shanghavi

    Photograph Courtesy: Nayan Soni

    11. South Indian Design | Canwill Design Associates

    The residence unfolds through a lengthy corridor leading to the living room, extending into the kitchen and bedrooms. The living room, a seamless fusion of traditional South Indian architectural nuances and contemporary aesthetics, sets the tone.

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    Designed by: 
    Canwill Design Associates

    Location: Kandivali, Mumbai

    Principal Architect: Ar. Shirish Kelkar & Ar. Taruni Kelkar

    Photograph Courtesy: Ar. Varad Anvekar

    12. An Array Of Gold | Swakrit Design Private Limited 

    The client wanted the retail space to have warmth of a home, and functionality of a retail space. Also, the showroom was to be part museum (of craftsmanship and design). Balancing all these aspects, while maintaining basic functionalities of a retail space was a big challenge. This was overcome by planning a detailed customer journey with the client, where we laid out all elements, making sure the retail experience was always at the forefront.

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    Designed by: 
    Swakrit Design Private Limited

    Location: Hyderabad, Telangana

    Principal Architect: Tru Designs, Hyderabad

    Photograph Courtesy: Ricken Desai

    13. Symmetric Placement | P Square Designs

    The dining space is minimalistic with a centered dining table and comfy modish chairs, and wall art. The ceiling is the cynosure of the entire space. It plays in defining the space by making its aristocracy felt. Done using stretch fabric, it takes a hemispherical shape with a backlight and circular geometric lines- to merge into a wooden circular centerpiece and a designer fan.

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    Designed by: 
    P Square Designs

    Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

    Principal Architect: Maulik G Bhadani

    Photograph Courtesy: Inclined Studio

    13. Black Aesthetic | Sync Design Studio

    “The brief inspired us to design a luxe landscape for the modern man. The KM store is an exercise in rebranding and building a regal identity through architecture and design,” says Co-founder, Bhavuk Jain.

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    Sync Design Studio

    Location: Gurugram, Haryana

    Principal Architect: Bhavuk Jain

    Photograph Courtesy: Atul Pratap Chauhan

    14. Essence of Kerala Architecture | Montimers Architects And Interior Designers

    Constructed primarily with concrete and brick, Thannal prioritizes natural cooling and sustainability within its interiors. The choice of materials not only ensures thermal comfort but also underscores the project’s commitment to eco-conscious design.

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    Designed by: 
    Montimers Architects And Interior Designers

    Location: Ferns Residency, Bangalore

    Principal Architect: Ar. Jacob Chacko, Ar. Shimu Jacob & Ar. Nikhila Jacob

    Photograph Courtesy: Nathan

    15. Green in the Middle | Vyanjan Kale Associates

    Walls are covered with Italian marble. Mandir is made of real wood with beautiful carving. A huge brown back painted glass is added in back to provide a huge space feeling within a compact space.

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    Designed by: 
    Vyanjan Kale Associates.

    Location: Nashik, Maharashtra.

    Principal Architect: Ar. Vyanjan Kale, Ar. Pallavii Kale.

    16. Minimalist Pillar Designs | GVQ Design Studio

    Pillar design is more than just functional structures; they are artistic statements that define and elevate spaces. We hope this collection has inspired you to appreciate the beauty and versatility of pillar design . As you embark on your architectural journeys, let these inspirations guide you in creating spaces that are both structurally sound and visually stunning. Which pillar design will be your next inspiration.

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    Designed by: GVQ Design Studio

    Location: Thrissur, Kerala, India

    Principal Architect: Ar. Midhun M

    Photograph Courtesy: marc. frames

    17. Simple Timber Pillars | Bhutha Earthen Architecture Studio

    The design of this earthen house prioritizes constructing a symmetrical living space that encourages interaction between family members and linking up with the surrounding environment.

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    Bhutha Earthen Architecture Studio

    Location: Sulur, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu

    Principal Architect: Ar. Srinath Gowtham & Ar. Vinoth kumar

    Photograph Courtesy: f/8 Photography studio

    18. Tropical Inspiration | Colab Company

    Entranced by the ethereal beauty of this newfound sanctuary, the tribal people felt a surge of reverence for the majestic volcanoes. These towered over the landscape like ancient sentinels.

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    Designed by: 
    Colab Company

    Location: Mumbai

    Principal Architect: Ar. Hiren Ganatra

    Photograph Courtesy: Niveditaa Gupta

    19. Neon Lighting | Projected Rays Design

    The columns have been jacketed with laser glass lighting media which involves kinetics into the interiors with geometry as well as hues.

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    Projected Rays Design

    Location: Mohali, Punjab

    Principal Architect: Rohan Jain

    Photograph Courtesy: Nakul Jain

    20. Vernacular Pillar Design | d6thD design studio

    The very presence of this studio serves as a reminder that the village way of life, with its inherent authenticity and simplicity, can be a wellspring of inspiration for modern ways of building. In every detail, the approach for this vernacular building reflects the harmonious coexistence of heritage and innovation. It speaks of the designer’s reverence for their roots. From a professional standpoint, embodying the philosophy you preach through your own lifestyle is a powerful and authentic way to connect with clients and build trust.

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    Designed by: 
    d6thD design studio

    Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

    Principal Architect: Himanshu Patel

    Photograph Courtesy: Inclined Studio

    21. Triple Support | Tat Atelier

    As daylight fades and the mountains cast their ethereal silhouette, the retreat transforms into a realm of nocturnal enchantment. The bedrooms on the first floor offer a cocoon of comfort, and their panoramic vistas serve as a nightly lullaby for weary souls. For those seeking respite from the heat of the day, the pool beckons, its tranquil waters mirroring the majestic peaks that loom overhead.

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    Designed by: 
    Tat Atelier

    Location: Vythiri, Kerala

    Principal Architect: Byrun Shabeer, Jerin Jabir & Muhammed Basil

    Photograph Courtesy: Arjun Krishna

    22. Simple Concrete | Atelier Design N Domain

    The next challenge involved seamlessly stitching the new program with the old one, ensuring that the final design appeared well integrated.

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    Atelier Design N Domain

    Location: Alibag, Mumbai, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect: Shobhan Kothari & Anand menon

    Photograph Courtesy: PHX India

    23. Sophisticated Pillar Design | Sthapatya Architects

    Every aspect of the exterior design reflects meticulous attention to detail, with elaborate architectural features like columns, arches, and balconies exuding sophistication. The manicured lawns, vibrant flower beds, and strategically placed trees further elevate the mansion’s aesthetic appeal.

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    Sthapatya Architects

    Location: Rajliya, Nawa, Rajasthan

    Principal Architect: Ar. Sandeep Khandelwal

    Photograph Courtesy: space yellow

    24. Warm Grey | The Purple Ink Studio

    The Auditorium, with its impressive diameter of 52 meters, stands as a symbol of prominence within the design, anchoring the entire complex’s spatial dynamics.

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    Designed by: 
    The Purple Ink Studio

    Location: Bangalore

    Principal Architect: Creative Projects & Contracts

    Photograph Courtesy: Suryan//Dang

    25. Functional And Aesthetic | TI:DO

    A new outlet for a health forward cafe in New Delhi has been designed by Tangible Intangible Design Office, or TI:DO, as they are also known. Commissioned by the women-led brand UNCAFE, architectural design firm TI:DO was assigned the task of developing a design language for their new outlet that, within its 800 square feet, could encapsulate the brand’s identity and personify the uniqueness of their food offerings with a unique spatial design.

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    Designed by: 
    TI:DO

    Location: New Delhi, India

    Principal Architect: Himanshu Chopra & Sadhika Baveja

    Photograph Courtesy: Jeetin Sharma

    26. Simplicity in Timber | The Architecture Company (TAC)

    The house is a collection of architectural and spatial moments connected through a variety of open and semi-open passages. The layout spreads across the site to accommodate the existing site trees, blurring boundaries between the building and its surroundings.

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    Designed by: 
    The Architecture Company (TAC)

    Location: Murud, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect: Rohit Walimbe (Project lead), Manasvi Bachhav & Kulsum Tambawala

    Photograph Courtesy: Syam Sreesylam

    27. Minimalist Expression | AS Design Atelier and KN Design Studio

    The kitchen boasts a pristine aesthetic with white PU painted surfaces exuding a sense of cleanliness and modernity. The crockery unit features elegant fluted glass doors, adding a touch of sophistication.

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    AS Design Atelier & KN Design Studio

    Location: Indore

    Principal Architect: Ar. Khushbu Nagar & Ar. Ajit Sharma

    Photograph Courtesy: Ar. Ajit Sharma

    28. Bold Grey Pillar Design | DOT

    The lift halts on the 11th floor, where a softly lit foyer features bright artwork on a grey concrete interior wall, a black terrazzo floor, and an eight-foot-wide  door with a carved wood handle.

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    DOT

    Location: Surat, Gujarat, India

    Principal Architect: Krishna Mistry & Anand Jariwala

    Photograph Courtesy: Ishita Sitwala & Nikhil Patel

    29. Arch Pillar Design | NSN Studio Divine

    Crafted with youthful energy nestled within The Camellias’ expansive 7196 sq. ft., there’s a vibrant vision within this house in Gurugram. Guided by the expertise of Shrruti Behall and Rajat Behl from NSN Studio Divine, simplicity intertwines with exuberance

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    NSN Studio Divine

    Location: DLF Camellias, Gurugram, Haryana

    Principal Architect: Shrruti Behall & Rajat Behl

    Photograph Courtesy: Deepak Aggarwal

    30. A Row of Timber | Malabar Architecture Projects

    The result is a seamless connection between indoor and outdoor spaces, with maximum natural light and ventilation throughout.

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    Malabar Architecture Projects

    Location: Kerala

    Principal Architect: Aflah Habeeb Mohammed CL, Anas Eranhikkal & Aslam E

    Photograph Courtesy: Turtle Arts

    31. Feels Like Gold | SOM + Enter Projects Asia

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    Designed by: 
    GVQ Design Studio

    Location: Thrissur, Kerala, India

    Principal Architect: Ar. Midhun M

    Photograph Courtesy: marc. frames

    32. Indian-ness in Columns | Studio Bipolar

    The jacuzzi itself was created by using 18 different tile patterns in harmony. The space explodes in carefully curated shades of terracotta, blue, green, and white that make us feel like the ocean has come indoors.

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    Designed by: 
    Studio Bipolar

    Location: Aligarh, UP

    Principal Architect: Ar. Ujjwal Ssagar & Ar. Sanjana Mathur

    Photograph Courtesy: Niveditaa Gupta

    33. Inclined Away | INI Design Studio

    Inspired by the local cultural tapestry, the design draws parallels to an annual religious fair. Thus it is situated on an elevated mound within a picturesque picnic spot.

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    INI Design Studio

    Location: Rajkot, Gujarat, India

    Principal Architect: Rakhi Rupani

    Photograph Courtesy: The Space Tracing Company

    34. Dull And Vibrant | Flying Elephant Studio

    The indoor massing simulates a micro-urban environment, with ‘interior streets’ between different colour-coded programmed ‘blocks’ that are articulated to suggest street edge furniture and invite human occupation. 

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    Flying Elephant Studio

    Location: Bangalore

    Principal Architect: Rajesh Renganathan, Iype Chacko, Matilde Chitolina, Aneesh Nandi, Kiran Chandra

    Photograph Courtesy: Manoj Sudhakaran

    35. Rustic in Nature | Tall Storeys Collaborative

    The design facilitates a fluid transition between indoor and outdoor spaces, allowing inhabitants to immerse themselves in the beauty of the natural landscape from the comfort of their home.

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    Designed by: 
    Tall Storeys Collaborative

    Location: Cloverfields, Near Sarjapura, Tamil Nadu

    Principal Architect: Ar. Kiran Nayak & Apoorva Nayak

    Photograph Courtesy: PHX India

    36. Breaking the Monotony | Neogenesis Studi0261

    Planter spaces have been added to break the monotony of the façade and generate a sense of lightness while creating an expression to make the building come alive as the green rug partly cases the built.

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    Designed by: 
    Neogenesis+Studi0261

    Location: Surat, Gujarat

    Principal Architect: Ar. Chinmay Laiwala, Ar. Jigar Asarawala & Ar. Tarika Asarawala

    37. Royal Green | Minnie Bhatt Designs

    A large hand-painted wall of foliage, inspired by the wall murals in Bagan, Myanmar, compliments this feature. This veranda which is partly open has rafters on the ceiling to reinforce the veranda aesthetic.

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    Designed by: 
    GVQ Design Studio

    Location: Thrissur, Kerala, India

    Principal Architect: Ar. Midhun M

    Photograph Courtesy: marc. frames

    38. Glowing Pillar Design | Vinit Poonia Architects

    Adjacent to the drawing, there is a worship courtyard, which has a water body as well. We beautifully carved the jalis of the mandir in Vietnam white marble, and the double-height worship courtyard features cladding of Gwalior stone.

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    Designed by: 
    Vinit Poonia Architects

    Location: 723, sector 8, Jind, Haryana

    Principal Architect: Ar. Vinit Poonia

    Photograph Courtesy: Āvesani Architectural Studio

    39. Amidst A Garden | Vishwakarma Design Studio

    We also included a terrace that serves a hosting space for the client for dinners and get togethers for his friends and family, with the background of the sky really sets a beautiful tone for the space.

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    Vishwakarma Design Studio

    Location: The Stack House

    Principal Architect: Karthikeyan Padmanabhan

    Photograph Courtesy: One Box Photography

    40. Double Height Pillar Design | Ar. Ankur Pandey & Associates

    The clients brief was short and crisp, they wanted a 5 bedroom house with open planning concept, the space must be interconnected with a common space. The requirement was for the rooms sizes must be large with huge walk-in closet in each room. All the rooms at first floor must have Balconies / sit out space. We need a big garden area with a gazebo in our home where we can spend quality family time.

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    Designed by: 
    Ar. Ankur Pandey & Associates

    Location: Indore, Madhya Pradesh

    Principal Architect: Ar. Ankur Pandey

    Photograph Courtesy: Imagix architecture photography

    41. Free Standing Pillar Design | Studio Stimulus

    The interior unfolds as a dynamic spatial narrative, artfully curated to accommodate diverse event configurations. Further, the fluid spaces transition effortlessly, ensuring a seamless flow between intimate gatherings and grand receptions.

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    Designed by: 
    Studio Stimulus

    Location: Bangalore

    Principal Architect: Ar. Lavanya Akarsh & Ar. Akarsh Oza

    Photograph Courtesy: Shamanth Patil Photography

    42. Setting Sustainable Benchmarks | Studio Dot Dimension

    A sustainable marvel From the civil structure being adaptively reused to the elements and furniture (reclaimed from old Ahmedabad pols and palaces), while the remaining material being used of the FSC certified categories, the project has helped us set new benchmarks for sustainability.

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    Designed by: 
    Studio Dot Dimension

    Location: Norwich UK

    Principal Architect: Ar. Sharmen Mehta & Ar. Heet Saliya

    Photograph Courtesy: Umang Shah

    43. For the Porch | Oris Architects

    The house and the walkway encompassing it, has sloping roofs finished in Mangalore clay tiles, procured directly from the pioneer of clay tiles in Mangalore. The front elevation consists of 12 pillars roofing the front porch and decks which exemplify scale and symmetry.

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    Designed by: 
    Oris Architects

    Location: Nagpur, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect: Ar. Om Lakhani & Ar. Ishita Lakhani

    Photograph Courtesy: What We Click

    44. Bound By Drapes | Neeta Kumar

    The store follows designer Neeta Kumar’s signature style of classic values woven into contemporary mores with a sprinkling of design influences from around the world to evoke a quaintly grand vibe. Carved wooden pillars, colorful carved life-sized candle stands, intricate iron screens, cane screens with arched tops, embellished walls, ornate floor lamps, all create a charming otherworldly environment.  

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    Designed by: 
    Neeta Kumar

    Location: MG Road, New Delhi

    Principal Architect: Neeta Kumar

    Photograph Courtesy: David Dawson , Hyderabad.

    45. Going Back in Time | Beyond Designs  

    We added some portions on the left side of the villa in the form of an open verandah, and washrooms and locker rooms at the right back, to expand the space to accommodate the client’s plan. 

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    Designed by: 
    Beyond Designs

    Location: Assagao, Goa

    Principal Architect: Neha Gupta & Sachin Gupta

    Photograph Courtesy: Atul Pratap Chauhan

    46. Hints of Green | Ultraconfidentiel Design

    Ultraconfidentiel Design designed the offices of consulting company Nomura Research Institute, located in  Gurgaon, India.

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    47. Kath Kuni Style | Architect Suri and Associates

    The interior spaces had timber flooring with plastered walls and exposed stone in the exterior (thermal mass), making the space thermally comfortable. 

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    Architect Suri and Associates

    Location: Jhina Orchards, Kotkhai, Himachal Pradesh

    Principal Architect: Himanshu Suri

    Photograph Courtesy : Nakul Jain

    48. Executive Design | Shahapur and Associates    

    There is a small Executive cabin for ex-pats who work for this company who rarely visit this office. It gives a very spacious feel for 20 employees. The pillar design highlighting the area with origami shaped branches at edges. This branch’s idea came in thoughts in space utilizing teamwork mainly while designing. Thought behind Branches expands, the business should expand. The workspace also to be so powerful, so we placed a big and nice Prayer area in the office.

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    Designed by: 
    Surya Marketing Corporation

    Location: Pune, India.

    Principal Architect: Vishal C. Shahapur and team

    Photograph Courtesy: Yogesh Mahamuni

    49. Red Stone Brick | Beyond Designs

    Entering through a long passage with checkered black and white flooring and white walls, you step into the waiting area. This area sweeps you back into the warmth of another era with its red brick walls and vaulted ceiling. Seating in earthy tones, vibrant cushions, and artwork accentuate the coziness of the space. The wrought iron chandeliers and wall sconces exude a charming vintage look.

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    Beyond Designs

    Location: Assagao, Goa

    Principal Architect: Neha Gupta & Sachin Gupta

    Photograph Courtesy: Atul Pratap Chauhan

    50. Racks on Column | MuseLAB

    The generously sized windows and the changing symphony of internal heights frame views of the tree canopies and also the roofscapes while brewing a sanctuary-like milieu. Thus, an inwardly focused refuge to observe and create with daylight as a permanent resident.  

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    MuseLAB

    Location: Mumbai

    Principal Architect: Jasem Pirani & Huzefa Rangwala

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