Skylight Design is a trending concept in modern homes. It brings an ample amount of natural light into the interiors. A good Skylight Design can enhance the ambience and bring positive vibes into the space. It is a good gathering space where one can socialise and relax after a tiring day. On a rainy day, an open Skylight Design can bring in the element of water and cool the interiors. Modern Skylight Design is highly innovative and experiments with a wide range of materials and textures. Let us look at a few mesmerising Skylight Design inspirations that can complement interior design.
Whimsical Sciography On Brick
The staircase rising against the only brick wall inside the house, though simple, adds an elemental tranquillity. The skylight above it cast whimsical sciography on the brick wall. The play of these shadows along with the core court at its base keep the house dramatic throughout the day.
Designed by: Traanspace
Location: Vadodara, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Urvi Shah
Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah
Skylight That Welcomes Rain
These courtyards in conjunction with the carefully placed monsoon windows in them and the horizontal strip ventilators opening to the exteriors in each room create a microclimate inside the house that helps keep the house cool during the hottest months.
Designed by: LIJO RENY architects
Location: Chavakkad, Thrissur, Kerala
Principal Architect: Reny Lijo
Photograph Courtesy: Praveen Mohandas
Grilled Neoclassical Aesthetics
Located on dense urban fabrics of surat city “Avadh” aesthetically stands out with neoclassical architecture style, along with well carved functional spaces throughout all floors.
Designed by: R design
Location: Udhna, Surat
Principal Architect: Arvind Mistry
Photograph Courtesy: Sunny Bhutwala & firoz Motorwala
Linear Strip of Light
The handrail is custom-designed, clear glass framed with MS box in matte black powder coating. No trace of wall light is seen through the staircase area as a linear light inserted in a wooden round bar, 9 inches above the staircase runs parallelly. This upside throw light enhances the consistent vertical grooves adding up to the heights.
Designed by: The Crossboundaries
Principal Architect: Harsh Boghani
Photograph Courtesy: Umang Shah
Recycled Glass With Perforated Wall
The opening of the courtyard from the top is covered with recycled glass which traps the heat at the top, while the parallel wall on both sides is perforated which allows heated air to flow. A tree placed in the court provides shade and keeps the space moist.
Designed by: Atelier Shantanu Autade + Studioboxx
Location: Dhotre, Maharashtra
Principal Architect: Shantanu Autade & Rahul Dabir
Photograph Courtesy: Abhijeet Ghospurika
Shadows of Grilled Skylight
On entering the house, one is welcomed by an internal courtyard whose prolific green foliage is bathed with natural light from the overhead skylight feature. This miniature green strip provides the emotive focus, visually connecting the entry to living room and dining space.
Designed by: i2a Architects Studio
Location: ERNAKULAM, KERALA
Principal Architect: AR. MANURAJ C R
Photograph Courtesy: Running Studios
Volumes of Glass Unite
The façade is wrapped in exposed concrete, textured white-surfaces, and engineered wood to stand tall as a monolith against the blue skies of the city. The interior is kept simple, straightforward with durable yet striking architectural elements composing the spaces. Materials such as stone, wood, fixtures, and fittings have been locally sourced and indigenously crafted by local craftsmen with a focus on durability and easy replacement and repair.
Designed by: Sian Architects
Location: Meerut, Uttar Pradesh
Principal Architect: Surbhi Singhal, Deepanshu Arneja
Photograph Courtesy: Suryan and Dang
Staircase of Organic Forms
The structure contains wind towers for natural cooling and multiple internal courts with plantation and openings producing ‘Venturi effect’ with negative and positive air pressure zones. The building consumes energy from photovoltaic solar panels placed upon sloping roofs and parking shed. Along with rain water harvesting system, proper sewage treatment has been planned which provides water for the kitchen garden.
Designed by: PMA Madhushala
Location: Talegaon Dabhade, Puna
Principal Architect: Prasanna Morey
Photograph Courtesy: Hemant Patil
Thin Strip of Triangle Grills
A special veneer faced sitting deck has been crafted near full height windows visually connecting the drama of natural stone cladded in the courtyard. Flawless carpentry adds up the details to shine at every junction.
Designed by: IKS Architects
Location: Rajkot, Gujarat
Principal Architect: Kushal Shah, Ishita Shah
Photograph Courtesy: Murtaza Gandhi
Soft Light Through Skylight
A small sunken, pebbled courtyard cum seating adds one more layer of interest to the large split-level living-dining expanse of the Skewed House. The greenery here establishes connections with its counterpart outside, minimizing the distinction between the inside and the outside. The light that cascades from the skylight directly above the courtyard-stairwell block animates the space, its play adding a dynamic dimension to the living area.
Designed by: Studio Lagom
Location: Surat, Gujarat
Photograph Courtesy: Photographix india , Sebastian Zachariah + Ira
Skylight Interacting Functionally
Space for a connecting passage was left to link terraces shared by various shops at this level. This space though a part of the building exists independently. The walled terrace was finally added as a breathing nook to an otherwise function-oriented layout.
Designed by: TRAANSPACE
Principal Architect: Urvi Shah
Photograph Courtesy: Tejas Shah Photography
Sloped Glass Ceiling
A dynamic ceiling, one that changes with the weather. Gaze and fantasize about patterns in the clouds, experience the rain which feels like a waterfall on your heads, stare at the moon and the stars all night! This cool north light brightens the house throughout the day, reducing electrical consumption.
Designed by: SferaBlu Architects + Naman Shah Architects
Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Principal Architect: Naman Shah
Photograph Courtesy: Umang Shah
Double Height Skylight
The basement is segregated into two zones the tv area and bar which opens up into a small courtyard which brings in the natural light and air in the basement.
Designed by: Modo Designs
Location: Rancharda, Ahmedabad
Principal Architect: Arpan Shah
Photograph Courtesy: Vinay Panjwani
Patterned Skylight Over Courtyard
The dining is placed in between the two courtyards to accommodate large family gatherings. This means that the clients are constantly connected to nature and its conditions outside, be it the morning sunshine or the smell of the monsoon rains.
Designed by: Studio One By Zero
Location: Sholavaram, Chennai
Principal Architect: Deepak Sundaram
Photograph Courtesy: Yash R Jain
Elliptical Concrete Perforations
The reception at the entry welcomes with a landscape extending to the roof, inviting one to take a walk and have a glimpse of the entire property. The entire roof is hidden with hanging curtain creepers which is literally a green curtain while entering the lobby, hoping to set the initial tone.
Designed by: Shanmugam Associates
Location: Rajkot, Gujarat
Principal Architect: Santhosh Shanmugam, Raja Krishnan D, Ramya Raman
Photograph Courtesy: Vinay Panjwani
Illusion of Birds Flying
The sunrays observed at the site served as inspiration. The staircase’s cut-out features a lovely jali with vivid bird representations that fill the space with the illusion of birds flying at various times and angles throughout the year.
Designed by: DA Architects
Location: Dahod, Gujarat
Principal Architect: Ar. Atri Shah & Ar. Dhara Shah
Photograph Courtesy: Gosalia Ira
Sloped Roof Glass
Essentially it is a space for encounter, organized within beautiful but aging structures surrounding a large Banyan tree. Time, arbitrary additions, and asymmetric structural and infrastructural loading had caused a level of damage and decay that was revealed through a patient and assiduous examination of walls, foundations, roofs, etc.
Designed by: Malik Architecture
Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra
Principal Architect: Kamal Malik & Arjun Malik
Photograph Courtesy: Bharath Ramamrutham
Eco Friendly Glass Swirls
The swirls of Chuzhi start as walls and spiral all the way up to form the roof. Perched in between the three trees, the house has been designed with a glass roof to give you the feeling of living underneath the canopy of trees.
Designed by: Wallmakers
Location: Shoolagiri, Tamil Nadu
Principal Architect: Vinu Daniel
Photograph Courtesy: Syam Sreesylam
Thin Louvered Skylight
On the ground floor half of the site is left opening the east side to imbibe natural light to enter into entry, living and dining space. The central core being the Puja and stair (double height ) spaces illuminate the house with light & air.
Designed by: Cubism Architects & Interiors
Location: Tirupur, TamilNadu, India
Principal Architect: Ar. Prasanna Parvatikar
Coffered Ceiling Skylight
The terrace is landscaped with green roofing. All the private spaces flow seamlessly into each other and remain un-contained. There are framed views from each space of the courtyard and from the greens of the strategically located planter boxes, Balconies, and bridge.
Designed by: Studio SKAI
Principal Architect: Senthil Kumar
Photograph Courtesy: Little Attic
Ceiling With Circular Openings
The courtyard is placed in such a way that it is visually connected at all levels. All these architectural features, incorporating use of red solid bricks, baked earth tiles, terracotta jalli and grey fly ash bricks, help address the micro climate, create interesting light & shade experiences through roof perforations, provide safe green courtyards and sufficient ventilation.
Location: Tamil Nadu
Principal Architect: Ar. Shanmugam A, Ar D Rajakrishnan, Ar Santhosh ShanmugamDesign
Photograph Courtesy: LINK studio
Lush Courtyard Garden
The initial concept of Lael emerged from the site conditions. As it was a barren land with minimal vistas, our main motto was to integrate landscape within the built closure in a way to enhance the liveability of the spaces and provide a tropical setting inside and outside the dwelling.
Designed by: Barefoot Architects
Location: Mannarkkad, Kerela
Principal Architect: Basil Kalladi, Nithin Raj
Photograph Courtesy: Justin Sebastian
Skylight Over Wash Basin
This abode seeks to provide a space for retreat and relaxation, while also offering an opportunity to experience various notions of interaction between spaces and with landscape. Its structure is intended to seamlessly integrate with the natural environment, creating a sense of spaciousness and freshness to anyone experiencing the spaces. Bold, aligned and striking are the three concluding words that define this project.
Designed by: i2a Architects Studio
Location: Thrissur, Kerala
Principal Architect: Ar. Manuraj C R
Tropical Indoor Garden
The upper floor has the master bedroom, son’s bedroom, and a guest bedroom along with a huge terrace that overlooks the garden and is used for hosting parties. The master bedroom in the upper floor opens completely out to the courtyard space using sliding doors creating an intimate connection to the private courtyard. The private spaces above overlooking in to the double height courtyard become an interaction pivot. The strategic openings act as a catalyst of exchange between the observer and observed via the play of light, wind and the colors of nature.
Designed by: i2a Architects Studio
Principal Architect: Ar. Manuraj C R
Narrow Striped Light Well
Designed by: Srijit Srinivas-ARCHITECTS
Location: Thiruvanthapuram, kerela
Principal Architect: Srijit Srinivas
Photograph Courtesy: Justin Sebastian Photography
Serene Bedroom Skylight
The design has allowed for a home theatre room at the rear side, for subsequent execution in the future. The Bed Room located on the first floor towards the front has a balcony has louvers which ensure privacy while bringing in cooling breezes. The visual effect in these rooms is also a striking feature.
Designed by: Srijit Srinivas – ARCHITECTS
Photograph Courtesy: Prasanth Mohan, Running Studios
Rectangle Stairwell Skylight
The site originally consisted of two beautiful and wide foliaged mango trees and a Tulsithara. The way these trees complemented the site beautifully, strengthened the decision to retain them and further designing was based on this motto.
Designed by: Mudbricks
Location: Kodungallur, Thrissur, Kerala
Principal Architect: Ar. Surya Prasanth
Wide Skylight in Small Home
The secondary node is the External verandah with a sit-out courtyard which channels the wind towards the interior of the house, thereby making the primary node the “lungs” of the house. To amplify the breath-ability of the entire house, Jalli work was incorporated into the building’s facade ensuring that the house inhales cool breeze and exhales hot air. The In.X-Hale Residence was born.
Designed by: architecture.SEED
Location: Maranchery, Kerala
Principal Architect: Fazil Moidunny
Jali and Tile Perforations
The Axial House, located amidst of a busy town stands out from the overall background with its massive look showcasing a contemporary style of architecture with a perfect blend of landscaping.The facade showcase a certain simplicity of modernism through a combination of clean horizontal & vertical lines.The design of the landscape along with the architecture established the “ Spirit of the place”.
Designed by: VM Architects
Principal Architect: Vinay Mohan
Divine White Opening
The challenge was to redefine the interior spaces with more fluidity, openness and the exterior with utmost simplicity with no or minimum indication of what is inside out of a structure which was completely contrary to the idea. The thought that architecture does not always need to be new or the materials and even the spaces could be ‘reused’ with careful analysis of the context and bringing a sustainable output by solving the constraints.
Designed by: ZERO STUDIO
Location: Perinthalmanna, India
Photograph Courtesy: Prasanth Mohan
Timber and Greens
Adjacency to the sea, coupled with the humid climatic conditions of the region, encouraged us to adhere to an open plan. The vision was to design an energy-efficient house that would benefit from natural phenomena like cross ventilation, passive cooling and day lighting. Thereby, the plan and volume of the spaces were carefully worked out in order to improve the efficiency of the built spaces.
Designed by: The Design Room
Location: Trivandrum , Kollam, Kerala, India
Principal Architect: Ar. Nanga Kishor, Ar. Sebastian K John, Ar. Vivin Shankar
Photograph Courtesy: Out of Focus
Sunlight on Grey Textures
The house is a southwest facing unit received the harsh summer sun for good 6 months of the year. In order to make it passively cool the services like the toilets and the wardrobe spaces were positioned in the front side to block the south west sun and keep the interiors cooler. As a result both the bedrooms towards the west corner on the two levels receive natural light from the courtyard space. The first floor toilets were kept at a low height to allow some more natural filtered light between the slabs through glass bricks.
Designed by: Forum Advaita
Location: Mohali, Ajit Singh Nagar, Chandigarh, Punjab
Principal Architect: Ar. Aman Sohal
Photograph Courtesy: Ar. Aman Sohal
Greenery To The Skies
All workspaces are organized around an interior courtyard, which serves two purposes: it facilitates the flow between the interior spaces and creates a connection with the surrounding greenery and the sky.
Designed by: Mandviwala Qutub and Associates
Principal Architect: Qutub Mandviwala & Mita Patel
Photograph Courtesy: Inclined Studio
Light Over Warm Tones
One courtyard has shallow waterbody that cools the incoming wind before it enters the house. This courtyard also has a jali that allows for the wind to be channeled and then thrown into the house like a whiff of a cool breeze on a summer afternoon.
Designed by: Samira Rathod Design Atelier
Principal Architect: Samira Rathod
Photograph Courtesy: Niveditaa Gupta
The Hotel is surrounded by lush lawns and modern landscapes with a stunning view of the city. It acts as a canvas to highlight natural elements used in and around the hotel. Soft sand tones are used as a general theme in order to achieve a single unified look.
Designed by: Studio Synergy
Principal Architect: Ar. Umesh Choudhary
Photograph Courtesy: Pixellus Photography
Timber With Small Openings
A rich white canvas of Statuarioalong with teak wood is used as the main component of the material palate, specific corners were highlighted sometimes complementing to the base materials and sometimes contrasting by considering the quality of natural light, area of application in order to a specific ambience to the space based on functions and activities.
Designed by: Jyaamiti Architectural Studio
Principal Architect: Ar. Ashray Gowda
Photograph Courtesy: Shamanth Patil
Grid-like Coffered Ceiling
Rat trap walls’ raw brick texture highlights this home’s unique character in relation to the neighborhood. The interaction of Sunlight and the Dog tooth bond brickwork creates essential drama all throughout the day.
Designed by: SomA.Architects
Location: Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu
Principal Architect: Pradheep Lakshman, Karpaga Muthu Meenakshi
Photograph Courtesy: Ulaganathan Brilly & Keshav
Small And Sloped Circular
The sunlit bridge chronicles the rays of the sun like clockwork during the day through the sizeable circular skylight which was brought down for scale. The bridge then leads to the master bedroom. The master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe with an attached bath area. The balcony in the master bedroom was aptly placed in the southwest side in order to reduce the heat gain.
Designed by: Architecture Narratives
Location: Cherthala, Alappuzha, Kerala
Principal Architect: Ar. Muhammad Shaheen & Ar. Ashna Aliyar
Photograph Courtesy: Jeez Patrick
The abode is designed and built in accordance with Vastu Shastra – the ancient principles of spatial design and architecture. The natural light fills all of the rooms, and some are directly exposed to the surrounding greenery. The exterior finishing of the mansion includes tile cladding, flex stone, cladding, vox ceiling, and terracotta jali.
Designed by: Design Studio Associates
Principal Architect: Ruchir Sheth
Strip Skylight With Niche
In order to harvest the coolness during the night-time, large openings have been proposed at the ground and first-floor roof levels with ventilators at the double-height areas to let out the hot air during daytime as it rises up due to the stack effect and helps in constant ingress of fresh air into the building.
Designed by: LID architects
Location: Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu
Principal Architect: Alvin Albert & Arthi Mesiya
Brutalist Aesthetic Skylight
The material palette – The selection is ruled by the honesty and purity that allows the beauty of each material to shine through, unhindered by cosmetic overlays. Grey concrete, the singular and central material, stars both in the architectural and interior narratives. These grey expanses are beautifully textured by timber imprints of the shuttering used to cast the slabs and walls. In the interiors, the building material is joined by sandstone, Kota stone, sunlight, and teakwood (for furniture) to create an environment that is beautifully poised between simplicity and richness.
Designed by: The Grid Architects
Principal Architect: Snehal Suthar & Bhadri Suthar
Photograph Courtesy: Photographix India
Vibrant Red On Grey
Devoid of artificial facade treatment, form follows function in the geometry of the structure; which emphasizes a harmonious coexistence. The Terracotta Jali breaks the monotony in addition to maintaining privacy. A predominantly grey and yellow exterior, using Terracotta tiles, is reflected in the elevational boxes which shade parts of the bungalow.
Designed by: Aakar Group of Consultancy
Location: Sangli, Maharashtra
Principal Architect: Milind Kulkarni, Mrudul Kulkarni
Photograph Courtesy: Clickophilets.Studio
Light on Coarse Texture Wall
The entire material palette consists of natural materials sourced locally and crafted on site. It gives a sense of having emerged from the land itself because of the deep ochre pigmented grit plaster used as an exterior finish for the entire house and the raw interiors derive their inspiration from the rugged mountain caves. The coarse texture also acts as a reliable weather resistant technique during extreme winters, summers and on windy days.
Designed by: Unbound Studio
Location: Nashik, Maharashtra
Principal Architect: Jay R. Chauhan
Photograph Courtesy: Vikrant Dashputre
Parallel Perforated Grills
Ring House is a house with a concept that started from the client’s desire to accommodate the hobby of playing basketball for father and son. Located in middle-class housing cluster in the Serpong sub-district of the Indonesian Capital, which measuring just 8×16 square meters. On this small land, client can still have a basketball area. The architect then expanded this become the main concept design, where the basketball area becomes the point of interest and communal area.
Designed by: Delution
Principal Architect: Muhammad Egha, Hezby Ryandi, Fahmy Desrizal, Indira Pramundita , Naufal Ryandi
Photograph Courtesy: Fernando Gomulya
Varied Circular Skylights
LVS.house 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.
Designed by: AD9 Architects
Design Team: Nguyen Nho, Phan Trong Hiep, Dang Thanh Phats, Nguyen Thanh Hai Nam, Nguyen Duc Truyen, Hua Huu Phuoc
Photograph Courtesy: Quang Tran
Diagonal Grill Patterns
Another featuring element is the jail. As clients’ origin is from Rajasthan, designers wanted to depict their roots in a very strong manner. This was made possible through the jail design. The intrinsic design of the jail was inspired by the Rajasthani art form called ‘Warli Art.’ This when comes in contact with light, will generate moving patterns on the wall in form of a shadow. In addition, its placement was mainly on the south side to cut the harsh sun rays. Jali being the main element of the exterior and the open courtyard, added an aura of joy to the built form.
Designed by: PBA & Designs (Patel Bhavin Architects)
Location: Bardoli, Surat
Principal Architect: Bhavin Patel & Sneha Dhandharia Patel
Photograph Courtesy: kamal panchal
Open To Sky Fish Scale Texture Wall
The separation of the building blocks ensures ventilation, maximizing the use of natural light for all spaces, limiting energy for lighting and cooling. The two-verandas space inside the house is commonplace for the family to connect members, making it easy for everyone to see each other. This is a place where the family dines together, where the children study, dad lies in the hammock, mom relaxes, reads books, or cooks. The lowered eaves, enveloping the learning space of two children, creating a space with a warm and safe feeling but still airy and flexible.
Designed by: CTA – Creative Architects
Location: Tay Ninh, Vietnam
Principal Architect: Bui The Long
Photograph Courtesy: Hiroyuki Oki
Skylight Resembling Brick Layout
To allow the natural light to lit up the interior spaces, we have underplayed the flooring by having neutral greys across the common areas. The kitchen and toilet areas have been made to look very vibrant by using handmade tiles of varied hues. The southeast-facing bedrooms have wooden flooring to bring in warmth. The walls inside and outside have marble and brick tile cladding
Designed by: Forum-Advaita
Location: sector 69, Mohali, Chandigarh
Principal Architect: Aman Sohal
Photograph Courtesy: JeevanJyot
Timber Engraved Skylight
This prompted us to leave a good 10’ wide space at the ground floor which was landscaped with a strip of tropical plants all along the eastern side. The House was designed from inside out, scooping out volumes intermittently, thereby creating these double height public spaces on either side of the central corridor. The large expanse of veneer clad false ceiling at the first-floor level unifies these spaces under a single element.
Designed by: BetweenSpaces
Principal Architect: Divya Ethirajan, Pramod Jaiswal
Photograph Courtesy: Shamanth Patil J
Laser Cut Perforations
The central double height court is covered with mild steel, with laser cut perforations; parametrically designed to create privacy. The perforations are smaller where the adjacent building has an opening looking into the court and larger, where the building has a blank wall. The wardrobe features handmade cane work, a fast vanishing craft practice. The attached toilet is made transparent so the planters inside are visible, lit from the skylight above.
Designed by: Spacefiction Studio
Location: Hyderabad, India
Principal Architect: Baba Sashank, Vindhya Guduru
Photograph Courtesy: Monika Sathe Photography
Indians are craving a beautiful Skylight Design in present times. They tend to find courtyards with skylights convenient for spending their evenings watching the sunset. Thus, a good Skylight Design could add to the experience. However, there is a trend, especially in urban areas, to bring functionality to skylights. Skylight Design can be found over staircases, courtyards, transition spaces, and living rooms. It is also worth noting that the categorization of these inspiring Skylight Design ideas is not in chronological order of the best designs. It is a potpourri of beautiful spaces that offer unique perspectives. Are there any strategies to use a skylight without increasing the temperature of the building?
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