• 50 Magnificent Gate Design That Will Protect Your Home

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    Gate Design is an important feature of any home. Numerous scopes for experimentation open up when delving into the design possibilities. Materials like wood and black steel are popular options in Indian homes. At the same time, designers also experiment with a combination of materials that suits their aesthetic. Buying mass-produced gate design has become a convenient option for many. In this fast-paced world, a few feel the need to own a customised gate design. Thus, this list of the 50 best Gate Design can inspire you to decide on the most suitable option for the Indian context.

    Clean And Sleek | Manoj Patel Design Studio

    The design studio has explored another possibility for building screening by reusing of vernacular material, clay roof tiles for an Urban Dwelling in India to comfort its hot climate. The house features double height volumes, where the east facade surfaces to clad clay roof tiles, depicting the play of earthy red textures with background glazing and white masses. The entire volume of the dwelling also replicates the pattern in compound wall and entrance gate.

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    Designed by:  Manoj Patel Design Studio

    Location: Vadodara, Gujarat, India.

    Principal Architect: Manoj Patel Design Studio

    Photograph Courtesy: Darshan Dave

    Wooden Door Gate | SANS Architect & KARVI Design Studio

    The site was a 2bhk apartment ground floor garden flat and surrounded by residential buildings. So there has been an emphasis on creating inward-looking spaces. The previous flat having a separate road touch entry within the apartment building was an advantage for us to create interesting entrance space.

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    Designed by: SANS Architect & KARVI Design Studio

    Location: Satara, Maharashtra

    Principal Architects: Vaidehi & Sumit Bagade

    Neutral Tone | Era Architect & Associates

    ‘ADARSH’ is an approach to minimalist design style having simplicity, clean lines, and a monochromatic color palette. It’s a two storey house with lots of controlled natural light, functional furniture, and focuses on the shape, color, textures and just a handful of essential elements.

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    Designed by: era architect & associates

    Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

    Principal Architects: Aarti Patel & Jignesh Patel, Gayatri Patel & Brijesh Patel

    Photograph Courtesy: Tejas Shah

    Supported By Carved Pillars | 23DC Architects

    The Front Facade of the house exhibits Indian Architecture focusing on the Hip Roof with polished wooden columns.

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    Designed by: 23DC Architects

    Location: Jalandhar

    Principal Architects: Shiv dada, Mohit Chawla

    Photograph Courtesy: Purnesh Dev Nikhanj


    The idea of linear blocks with openings on both sides is an ideal response to the tropical climate of the region. This helps in regulating the humidity and reducing heat gain, keeping the different spaces cool naturally.

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    Designed by: Architecture Narratives

    Location: Cherthala, Alappuzha, Kerala

    Principal Architects:  Ar. Muhammad Shaheen & Ar. Ashna Aliyar

    Photograph Courtesy: Jeez Patrick

    Stone Wall And Wooden Door | SPAN Architects

    Following an Introvert planning, the Boundary wall is of 10’ Height made in stone masonry, so as to break the visibility of internal spaces from the main road. A symbolic, antique door in the Boundary wall greets one to the entrance of the House, giving a similar kind of look, which Indian village homes use to have. Upon entering the house you are greeted with an entrance verandah, car parking and a small garden.

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    Designed by: SPAN Architects

    Location: Indore, Madhya pradesh

    Principal Architects: Anand Maroo, Pratik Gupta, Arpit Khandelwal

    Photograph Courtesy: Vivek Samaiya & Dhawal Bumb

    Simplicity And Minimalist | nPe_DesignStudio

    One key element of this design is the incorporation of traditional materials and finishes, such as wood, stone, and brick visualised in a disciplined approach to recreate a modern building. Plants and customised artwork add an interesting layer to the feel of the office.

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    Designed by: nPe_DesignStudio

    Location: Advocate Arjun Patel, 150 ft ring road, beside Jade Blue, Rajkot

    Principal Architects: Naimish Parekh

    Photograph Courtesy: Bhargav Thobhani

    A Concrete Shade | Studio WhiteScape

    LE TRANQUIL explores the idea of a modern minimalist house architecture adopting the principles of tropical architecture and design. It is designed as a well thought architectural insert between the existing structures. The main aim is to create well connected spaces between inside and outside where both built space and landscape complement each other and bring a unique kind of experience within. The spaces are oriented in such a way that one can enjoy the views that are created and framed by different design features.

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    Designed by: Studio Whitescape

    Location: Puducherry

    Principal Architect: Manjunath C N

    Photograph Courtesy: PHX India

    Gate And Facade Alignment | Space Race Architects

    The abode follows all the principles of Universal Design and Inclusivity namely equitable use, flexibility, Intuitiveness, tolerance for error, low physical effort, and optimal space for rightful approach and usage. It was a conscious decision of the Principal Architect after knowing that the home minister of the abode that is the mother of the cliental needed barrier-free spaces and access.

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    Designed by: Space Race Architects

    Location: Jalandhar, Pujab

    Principal Architects: Ar. Thakur Udayveer Singh

    Photograph Courtesy: Purnesh dev Nikhanj

    Blurring The Visual Barriers | Chaudhari Associates

    The Devghar’s entrance is a grand spectacle in itself, featuring imposing double doors that have been intricately cut using advanced CNC technology. These doors, with their intricate patterns and symbolism, stand as the gateway to a realm of profound spirituality. They serve as a testament to the fusion of tradition and innovation, bridging the ancient rituals with the modern world. In sum, this Devghar is a sanctuary that fuses art and spirituality, where the interplay of materials, light, and intricate design work harmoniously to create a sacred space that is both visually captivating and spiritually enriching.

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    Designed by: Chaudhari Associates

    Location: Pune

    Principal Designers: Pooja Chaudhari & Akash Chaudhari

    Photograph Courtesy: Yogesh Mahamuni Photography

    All White Aesthetic | Humanscale Design Studio

    Mindful of coastal challenges, materials were meticulously chosen for durability, blending seamlessly with the surroundings.

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    Designed by: Humanscale Design Studio

    Location: Puthenthope, Kerala

    Principal Architect: Ar. Harilal

    Photograph Courtesy: out of focus & Sixteenistonine

    Foldable Gate Design | K&M Design Studio

    Though confined within the boundaries of the existing structure, we were able to provide playful yet functional planning. The entrance foyer divides the house into public, semi-public, and private spaces. 

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    Designed by: K&M Design Studio

    Location: Bangalore

    Principal Architects: Ankur Manchanda, Konda Sri Harsha

    Photograph Courtesy: Ankur Manchanda

    Criss Cross Design | Urban Zen

    Shifting to the outdoors, the species of plants chosen for the front garden are also inspired by the interior theme. Temple trees, low height palms, ferns and water plants like lotus, and water lilies have been planted. The low height pool is edged with local grey granite stone, forming the central element of the garden. Stepping stones and white pebbles patches add an interesting nuance to the space creating a variety of surfaces that one can look at, feel and touch. The space on one side of the entrance gate frame is designed with knotted wooden planks so that it blends in with garden on the inside.

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    Designed by:  Urban Zen

    Location: Road No 72, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad

    Principal Designer: Rohit Suraj 

    Photograph Courtesy: Ricken Desai

    Closely Stitched Lines | Dimensions by Vipin Chauhan & Associates

    Creating a truly captivating and luminous space, Krishnayan exemplifies the fusion of contemporary minimalist architecture with traditional aesthetics capturing the ideal amount of sunshine. The architecture of the house focuses on open spaces, large windows, and skylights, allowing ample sunlight to filter in throughout the day. Modern materials, sophisticated surfaces and neutral tones make up for the aura of this home. Because it’s a South facing property, the default requirement was to create spaces to let in ample sunlight. The design brief was simple – The clients have their roots from culturally rich Udaipur, Rajasthan and wished to retain the vibes yet blending contemporary aesthetics.

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    Designed by: Dimensions by Vipin Chauhan & Associates

    Location: E 5/128, Arera Colony, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

    Principal Architects: Ar. Vipin Chauhan & Smriti Chauhan

    Photograph Courtesy: Studio new folder

    Small Gate Design | Studio Habitect

    With this design, we wanted to demonstrate that houses can be built across a small plot and at a low budget without having to compromise on design, aesthetics, and comfort of built spaces.

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    Designed by: Studio Habitect

    Location: Nagpur, India

    Principal Architects: Ar. Aman Chand, Ar. Akshay Bhandarkar

    Photograph Courtesy: Courtesy of Studio HabitectPratik Panzade

    Double Door Gate | Flex.Atelier

    Our NT’s Habitat project is to renovate an old-small warehouse located in the all-year-around hot-dry weather of Phan Thiet city to become a lovely home for a family of four.

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    Designed by:  Flex.Atelier

    Location: Vietnam

    Principal Architect: Flex.Atelier

    Photograph Courtesy: Minq Bui

    Perforations and Cutouts | Project INC

    The site is located in Vijayawada, AP. The three-storied houses are planned on the east-facing road and the building is positioned on the site as per the regulatory bylaws. Spatially, the house is organized along a central linear circulation spine. Based on the client’s brief, following the bylaws, a generic building block has arrived.

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    Designed by:  Project INC

    Location: vijayawada, Andhra pradesh

    Principal Architects: Ar. Aditya & Jayaprakash

    Photograph Courtesy: Ricken Desai

    Arched Gate Design | Space + Architecture

    The facade of the house before the renovation was not similar, which had not created an emphasis on shape and color even though it is located on a large and busy road surface.

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    Designed by: Space + Architecture

    Location: Sóc Trăng, Vietnam

    Photograph Courtesy:  Minq Bui

    Aesthetically Functional | Modo Design

     Essentially the spaces are around the central open courtyard that lets the natural light and ventilation within the spaces and connects the spaces to the natural elements. The central court is open ended on north and is a contemporary interpretation of the traditional enclosed courtyard of Indian dwellings.

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    Designed by: Modo Designs

    Location: Ahmedabad

    Principal Architects: Modo Designs

    Photograph Courtesy: Bharat Aggarwal

    Wood And Steel | Design Inc

    Layout of the bungalow was kept in accordance to segregation of public and private spaces, with common hall, located on ground, thereby, facilitating easy approach for visitors and family to enjoy the space.

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    Designed by: Design Inc

    Location: Udaipur, Rajasthan

    Principal Architects: Ar Sandeep Jain & Ar Anup Murdia

    Photograph Courtesy: Prateek Chandresha

    Three Layer Gate | Design Duniya

    A marvelous one wall of the exterior is characterized by a screen that provides privacy and shade while allowing natural light to filter through. These screens are made to create a visually striking and functional feature while the main entrance gate follows the same design pattern. The facades are embellished with lighting fixtures that highlight the exterior structure and MANNAT signage in black, establishing a bolder appearance.

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    Designed by: Design Duniya

    Location: Chanrapur, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect:  Ar. Manan Bele

    Photograph Courtesy: Lakhan Ramchandani

    Contemporary Language | Hundreddesigns

    The evolution of modern interior design happened with various brain storming sessions with the client they wanted something modern and contemporary but at the same time, something that is not very far away from their roots, so we chose to give the home a rustic look by giving it an exposed brick façade and an earthy material palette for the exterior while giving the home a modern touch by using a contemporary language in the interior and boy! It did blend well.

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    Designed by: Hundreddesigns

    Location: Surat, Gujarat

    Principal Architects:  Mallika Dhabuwala , Abhishek Dhabuwala

    Photograph Courtesy: Noaidwin Sttudio

    Horizontally Divided | Designloom Architects

    A calm and peaceful outlook is achieved through graceful use of warm tones in the exterior and light brightening tones in the interior. An asymmetrical balance embodies its form.

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    Designed by: Designloom Architects

    Location: North Paravur, Kochi, Kerala

    Principal Architects: Ar. Mithun O Raghavan & Ar. Meghna Anilkumar

    Photograph Courtesy: Ar. Midhul KM

    A Gate Wall | STUDIO RSX

    The screening pattern is a blend of traditional and modern architecture on the exterior. The traditional Indian Jali is applied with modern techniques to give the exterior of the home a classic Indian modern look.

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    Designed by: STUDIO RSX


    Principal Architect: Ar. Riteksh Patel

    Photograph Courtesy: Tejas Shah

    Public-Private Distinction | JIHAN ASSOCIATES

    The layout of the house is linear with the narrow side as the front facade. We have  treated the facade in neutral shades, highlighting the play of solid masses with  exposed brick work.  The green plants add color and liveliness to the entrance of the  house. The metal main gate has motifs which are reflected inside the house in the  parking and staircase areas as well.

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    Designed by: JIHAN ASSOCIATES

    Location: Godhra, Gujarat

    Principal Designer: Minesh Shah

    Photograph Courtesy: JIHAN ASSOCIATES

    Symmetrically Aligned | Biombo Architects

    In this guest house, the 1st-floor is designed with a volume larger than the ground floor with the aim of displaying outside like a floating building. The use of red bricks with a non-dense arrangement on the facades of the building aims to keep natural light to the bedroom and create unique lighting in the nighttime.

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    Designed by:  Biombo Architects

    Location: Indonesia

    Principal Architects: Nacho Atienza, Bea Alejandre

    Photograph Courtesy: KIE

    Modern Design | 4site Architects

    The concept was conceived as an abstraction of the traditional “Nadumuttam (central courtyard) concept” in most of the houses in Kerala, wherein the homes are composed around a focal landscape feature usually a Tulsi plant.

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    Designed by: 4site architects

    Location: Bengaluru, India

    Principal Architects: Chandrakant. Kanthigavi 

    Photograph Courtesy: Gokul Rao Kadam

    Textured Pattern | Charged Voids

    Conceptualised by Charged Voids for three generations of a family, the layout of the house is centred on the idea of connected living. A strong connection with the outdoors is established through internal courtyards, with the interior spaces framing sunny views of the landscape.

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    Designed by: Charged Voids

    Location: Chandigarh

    Principal Architect: Aman Aggarwal

    Photograph Courtesy: Javier Callejas

    Roller Base | TRAANSPACE

     Having lived in a very utilitarian house until now, they desired a shift to a house closer to nature. Expecting the design to be very functional they at the same time believed in maximalism. To develop a concept which response to the context and the client brief has been a journey for us.

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    Designed by: TRAANSPACE 

    Location: Vadodara

    Principal Architect: Urvi Shah

    Photograph Courtesy: Tejas Shah Photography

    Enclosed Gate Design | BplusK Architects

    From the exterior, the two-storeyed structure stands with poise and distinction. The elevation was imagined as a break in the monotony of flat cuboidal facades. To achieve this vision, tactful projections and depressions are carved along the linear vertical edges. These are clad in different materials to give each section a different identity and make it stand out. Deep textures afforded by exposed brick and slate stone build the foundation of an earthy material palette that is followed throughout the residence. The exterior elements, like the fabricated staircase, are positioned in a way to maximize light penetration and cross ventilation.

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    Designed by: BplusK Architects

    Location: Jahangirpura, Surat, Gujarat, India

    Principal Architects: Bhavessh Patel

    Photograph Courtesy: Prachi Khasgiwala

    Textured Gate Wall | Suyash Mankame Design Studio

    One of the first things you notice about the front yard, apart from the Saraswati welcome sign, is the beautiful balance of soft and hard skip textures with curvy lines to bring out harmony through the fluidity and softness of the space set in earthy tones. A kota floor and a stepped landscape give the entrance a holistic perspective. The compound wall is designed with a white textured cement finish and terracotta jaali bricks allowing partial exterior vision.

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    Designed by: Suyash Mankame Design Studio

    Location: Vashi, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect: Ar. Suyash Mankame

    Photograph Courtesy: Anuja Kambli

    Classical Style | Pramana Design Studio

    Maximum material was purchased locally to avoid much cartage, the older furniture was reused and refurbished with minimum wastage and recyclable material, also producing an abundance of opportunities to work and earn for the local karigars, who are mostly blurred or underpaid in our construction world. 

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    Designed by: Pramana Design Studio

    Location: Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh

    Principal Architect: Neha Bhasin

    Photograph Courtesy: Tushar Garg

    Gate Extends Into The Wall | ZZARNA SSTUDIO

    Vastu shastra since ancient times has been an integral part of Indian architecture, we strive to incorporate these scientific principles in our designs as well, aiding the residents to make their house a home. This rectangular plot of 2400 Sq.ft. With a footprint of 4000 sq.ft, it is a residence where the indoor public spaces are integrated with the outdoors, following Vastu principles. The centrally aligned staircase cabin acts as transitional space from the public to the private zones.

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    Designed by: ZZARNA SSTUDIO

    Location: 143 Kanha Residency, Kalali, Vadodara

    Principal Architects: Himanshi Patel & Dipen V Patel

    Photograph Courtesy: Sagar Bhavsar

    Sliding Gate | Jalihal Associates

    The spatial planning had to adhere to very strict vastu principles around which the whole layout was set up . the design brief given by the client suggests a single looking structure split into two homes for two brothers yet connected by bridges at the entrances and in between , to allow a sense of a joint family home yet give each unit its own individuality. The brief also suggested the house carried an opulent and well curated sense of space making . Each house reflects the persona of the user and offers a diverse experience moving from one home to the other . The property is framed in between two large canopies of rain trees flanking the building.

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    Designed by: Jalihal Associates

    Location: Belgaum, Karnataka

    Principal Architect: Juned Jalihal

    Photograph Courtesy: Shamanth Patil Photography

    White And Earthy | Manoj Patel Design Studio

    Variations in approach of planning, emerged an open plan space, where the clients can enjoy the drama created through high ceiling. The home is oriented as per daily functions with variation of double height living, dining attached with garden, kitchen and master bedroom for elderly parents on ground. While for upper level, two master bedrooms opening into terrace gardens. Large openings carry in bright light and function as wind catchers. 

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    Designed by: Manoj Patel Design Studio

    Location: Vadodara; Gujarat, India

    Principal Architect: Ar. Manoj Patel

    Photograph Courtesy: Darshan Dave

    White Perforated Gate | Aaksen Responsible Architecture

    The overall massing of the buildings denote to a response where clear spatial adjustment of private, public, and service area becomes the main program of the house, having each activity being uninterrupted especially in today’s condition where home remains important as users tend to stay longer at home than before.

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    Designed by: Aaksen Responsible Architecture

    Location: Indonesia

    Principal Architects: Yanuar Pratama Firdaus

    Photograph Courtesy: Azzahra Dartaman

    Folded At An Angle | Dreamscape Architects

    Housing a family of five, along with a pet dog and an African Gray parrot, the client’s brief stated that the residential space should be as serene as the community itself. Well connected with nature, they insisted upon having open, yet private, spaces throughout the house and wanted to ensure a completely relaxing atmosphere for everyone who takes a step inside it. Lastly, building a structure that could withstand the dry and arid heat of Ahmedabad was also required.

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    Designed by: Dreamscape Architects

    Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

    Principal Architects: Ar. Suketu shah & Ar. Aashna Desai

    Photograph Courtesy: Ishita Sitwala

    Browns And Greys | New Dimension

    A double-height entrance on the northeast as per climatology and Vastu. A largely clad travertine marble-wall beside the main door welcomes you into this plush home.

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    Designed by: New Dimension

    Location: Udaipur,Rajasthan

    Principal Architects: Saurabh Dosi

    Concentric Rectangle Design | Arch. Lab

    To achieve a quiet and peaceful living environment, the house therefore, is conceived with an inward-looking spatial arrangement. The exterior of the house is a composition of solid granite cuboids and wooden jaalis that not only create a perforated skin between the courtyard and the outdoor neighborhood but also create a warm contrast softening the blocking. The wooden jaalis, an introvert pattern complementing the design of the residence, characterize the façades of the residence while adding an element of playfulness to the structure.

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    Designed by: Arch.Lab

    Location: Panchkula, India

    Principal Architects: Mohit Vij, Harsimran Singh

    Photograph Courtesy: Purnesh Dev Nikhanj

    Checkered Metal Gate | ARK Architecture Studio

    The exterior of the house reflects tropical modernism. A custom-designed lengthy armchair sits at the sit out space , overlooking the landscape of the site , for the clients to spend their quiet evenings at.

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    Designed by: ARK Architecture Studio

    Location: Trivandrum, Kerala

    Principal Architect: Rahul Kumar

    Photograph Courtesy: out of focus

    Vintage Wood Aesthetic | FORESIGHT ASSOCIATES

    The raw concrete exterior with exposed bricks and sparsely used rustic metal gives the house a modern façade, while the simple grey picket fence and the landscaping of the garden and balconies makes it softer – homelier. In the front façade, customized corten steel jalis have been designed in such a manner that it cast an interesting sociography in the interior spaces, as well as give a modern look in the elevation of the house.

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    Designed by: Foresight Associates

    Location: Bill-road -Vadodara

    Principal Architects: Shivali Agrawal, Kunal Patel & Azaz Saleh

    Photograph Courtesy: Tejas Shah

    Two Different Gate Styles | Architect K Atelier

    The semi luxury villa taps into an exemplary spatial experience. One that breathes life into the vision of a ‘perfect home’ for the family of doctors while redefining the paradigms of contemporary design with a rooted identity. Specifically carved out spaces with flora and the natural wind flow welcomes the user with a soothing mind, it allows one to instinctively experience the exhilaration of proximity to nature.

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    Designed by: Architect K Atelier

    Location: Bhopal, Madhya pradesh

    Principal Architect: Kulveer Singh

    Photograph Courtesy: studio_newfolder

    Frosted Glass Door | Shanmugam Associates

    Located in the small town of Pudukottai, this private residence with a nice pool, lots of privacy, and green pockets is an extension of the personality of the doctor couple the abode was designed for. As the neighbor had built without any setback and with no windows on the east sidewall, the swimming pool was identified to be located in the east.

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    Designed by: Shanmugam Associates

    Location: Trichy, India

    Principal Architects: Shanmugam Associates

    Photograph Courtesy: LINK Studio

    An Elegant Art Feature | DA VANG Studio

    The house is located in Soc Trang city, which belongs to a small province in the Southwest of Vietnam. The client requests to build a comfy house at which his family can enjoy a resort lifestyle.

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    Designed by: DA VANG Studio

    Location: Sóc Trăng, Vietnam

    Principal Architect: Nguyễn Đắc Anh Quân

    Photograph Courtesy: Minq Bui

    Yellow Everywhere | Spacefiction Studio

    A Large requirement on such a small plot called for an introverted solution with a garden at the center, around which the rest of the spaces function. This garden house was lifted up to accommodate parking, a room for the domestic help and a games room on the stilt floor.

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    Designed by: Spacefiction Studio

    Location: Hyderabad, India

    Principal Architects: Baba Sashank, Vindhya Guduru

    Photograph Courtesy: Monika Sathe Photography

    Hanging Creepers | AD9 Architects has a key difference from the other tube houses when it comes to the ground area. The house has a narrow width that opens up in the back, which resembles the letter L. This offers a very interesting direction to develop the special design for the construction.

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    Designed by: AD9 Architects

    Location: Vietnam

    Principal Architects: AD9 Architects

    Photograph Courtesy: Quang Tran

    Greys And Jalis | AD Studio

    The new layout design was carefully planned over the existing foundation, to cause minimum alterations in the structure and the load bearing walls that stood on the existing foundation were kept intact.

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    Designed by: AD Studio 9

    Location: Bangalore

    Principal Architects: Apoorva Lekha N & Sandesh Dhanaraj

    Colonial Touch | ANDstudio

    The house embraces its corner plot advantage by embracing the park with an array of fenestrations. These carefully placed windows not only invite abundant natural light but also offer picturesque views of the green surroundings, creating an atmosphere of tranquility.

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    Designed by: ANDstudio

    Location: Sector 36, Chandigarh

    Principal Architect: Anirudh Nanda

    Photograph Courtesy: Purnesh Dev Nikhanj

    Following The Design Language | MANOJ PATEL DESIGN STUDIO

    The lower level caters to both common work unit and entertainment zones adjoined with garden where the families can gather for some recreational time. This urban residence is defined by the 3 voids that punctuate built mass to varying depths.

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    Location: Godhra

    Principal Architect: Manoj Patel

    Photograph Courtesy: MK Gandhi Studio 

    Not To Forget Accent Lights | Jyaamiti Architectural Studio

    Wood in the form of HPL gave warmth to the building, ribbed granite was used to highlight both site and building entry points and Corten steel on gate along with the textured paint enclosure wall brought in some amount earthiness to the overall symphony of materials.

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    Designed by: Jyaamiti Architectural Studio

    Location: Bangalore

    Principal Architect: Ar. Ashray Gowda

    Photograph Courtesy: Shamanth Patil

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