• 50 Refreshing Terrace Design Inspirations Essential for Urban Spaces

    A rejuvenating terrace design is a breath of fresh air. One can experience the beauty of the outdoors from the comfort of their home. At the same time, a good terrace design can help one relax after a stressful day. It is a representation of one’s style and character. Terrace Design can seem minimalistic and semi-open or functional with a jacuzzi and bar counters. Unlike interior design, terrace design is a tabula rasa, or blank canvas, where creativity can run wild. Its use is widely seen in urban cafes or casual dine-outs. There is experimentation in terms of art, materials, and textures in terrace design. Let us look at a few mesmerising terrace design examples that could inspire anyone to redesign their terrace space.

    1.Urban Beach Vibes

    Inspired by the sandy beaches and the deep blue hues of the Arabian sea, along Mumbai’s west coast, this quaint terrace, is perennially blooming with various seasonal flowers, alongside a tropical green palette, while creating a microclimate of its own.

    Fact File

    Designed by : unTAG Architecture and Interiors

    Location: Mumbai

    Principal Architect : Ar. Gauri Satam & Ar. Tejesh Patil

    Photograph Courtesy : Yash Prabhu & Srivibhu Viraj

    2.Moroccan Bar With Cozy Gazebos

    Terrace Design: ‘Project unwind’ is a beautiful terrace garden created to enjoy time away from the regular to-do list. Terrace is located at one the residential premises in the city of Indore. Our ‘unwind’ terrace includes a cosy wooden cladded gazebo, a kitchenette, Moroccan bar area and various book reading spots.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Shivani Agrawal Interior Designer & Space Planner

    Location: Indore

    Principal Architect : Shivani Agrawal

    Photograph Courtesy : Aashendra Gour Photography

    3.Tropical Vibes, Chic Furnishing

    The prime component that formulates the success of this all-day diner ideology, is rooted in the styling of the roof. Drawn into a pergola, covered with acrylic sheets to prevent the entry of rain and dust, it inculcates the ultimate feeling of feasting in a cabana while soaking the vitality of Nature. Aiding to create playful shadows in the daytime and as streams of twinkling lights during dusk, this pergola is the most understated element supplementing its magic in the curation of the intrinsic aura.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Intaglio Design Studio

    Location: Swaroop Nagar, Kanpur

    Principal Architect : Ar. Chinmay Ajmani

    Photograph Courtesy : Daniel Joseph

    4.Natural Materials And Sustainability

    The Office design was conceptualized to be place which while being the best of both worlds is also conductive for people to work in a creative environment, a workplace to enjoy. Keeping this in mind there are mainly two zones; with an Indoor Studio complete with all modern amenities like Automation, Air Conditioning, etc. if and when one wishes to work with complete concentration; whilst the Outdoor Studio is a semi-open, north-facing, landscaped space to be used as an informal workstation.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Niraj Doshi Design Consultancy (N.D.D.C.)

    Location: Pune, India

    Principal Architect : Ar. Niraj Doshi

    Photograph Courtesy : Mr. Hemant Patil

    5.Terrace Roofing for Spatial Exploratio

    As the name suggests, House with Different Roofs uses four different roofs, each rendering a unique spatial experience. The roofs consist of skylights that draw in the fresh air and the house’s passive natural lighting. In addition to protecting from the outside environment and noise, they also create playful spatial experiences within and around them.

    Fact File

    Designed by : RC Architects 

    Location: Kolhapur, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect : Rohan Chavan

    Photograph Courtesy : Hemant Patil

    6.Gentle, Dark, and Sophisticated

    The office’s main terrace façade is separated into geometric grid of glass partitions set with the spider hinges. The glass façade gives the view of all the separated areas while keeping it one and symmetric at the same time.

    Fact File

    Designed by : ADDA Architects & Urban Designers

    Location: Surat

    Principal Architect : Mayank Parekh, Kaushal Laheri, Roshani Panchal, Ritul Suthar, Jenish Soni

    Photograph Courtesy : Photographix | Sebastian + Ira

    7.Stepped Terrace Roof

    Captivating Terrace Design: This meandering stepped walkway has outdoor space on the first floor with outdoor shaded seating and connects further to the terrace. This outdoor terrace space created on the first floor acts as a balcony and at the same time the direct entrance to the first-floor apartment. The landscape garden on the terrace enjoys the views of the neighborhood park with a feeling of being nested with nature. These three outdoor spaces have different usability based on the time of day and season of the year.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Studio Symbiosis

    Location: Delhi 

    Principal Architect : Amit Gupta

    Photograph Courtesy : Niveditaa Gupta

    8.Tropical Maximalist Gazebo

    Vrindavan Awas is a beautiful luxury home offering the comfort and serenity of the modern world alongside the charm of a tropical paradise. The personal design objective of the house is what makes it unique. Krsnaa Mehta often speaks about his inspiration for his decor and how it comes from the diverse flora, fauna and history of India, “ One just needs to open their eyes and it manifests into things of beauty and art” says Mehta.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Krsnaa Mehta

    Location: Alibaugh, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect : Rajesh Bhaskaran

    Photograph Courtesy : Studio Charuau

    9.A Pop Of Blue In Greys

    A terrace garden on third floor placed on north east corner , a double-height terrace  congregation space for the entire family, was proposed on the first floor and placed on the north-eastern side. A maintenance balcony was devised for the Anandam bungalow too. Placed on the western end, these balconies fit all the services (like toilet plumbing pipe, ac outdoor unit, electric piping , etc ) attached to the rooms, and makes enough room for a maintenance person to access it without hassle to mend any issue.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Manggal Design

    Location: Aurangabad, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect : Ar. Pramod Narale

    10.Brickwork Against Intimate Seating

    One of the beautiful conversations that ensued during the design development was the idea of carrying memories from the couple’s ancestral home. The ever-present scent of the Nimbu Tree, the monochromatic geometric flooring inlays, the clean terrazzo floor, and the enjoyment of lazy winter afternoons at the veranda, fused the essential romance to the developing spaces. 

    Fact File

    Designed by : Design Plus

    Location: Noida

    Principal Architect :  Arun K Bij & Abhishek Bij

    Photograph Courtesy : Suryan // Dang

    11.Traditional Tea Corner

    The client wanted to only rectify 2 out of 3 toilets that were completely days functional, change the kitchen shutters that were warped due to water from the floods entering the home and accommodate a gazebo cum meditation area on the terrace.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Hiraya Design Studio

    Location: Bangalore

    Principal Architect : Apeksha Naik

    Photograph Courtesy : Noaidwin Sttudio

    12.Wooden Seater Against Greenery

    The terrace garden opening out from the living room by a large sliding folding door from Schueco. The double height living feature wall with a beautiful stone clad wall from celestile. There are flower elements in the mural which can be lit up.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Design Matters

    Location: Sarjapur Road, Bangalore

    Principal Architect : Ar. Kiran Hanumaiah

    Photograph Courtesy : Ajay Devasia

    13.Small Panache Terrace

    Every corner is therapy inducing in itself, the whole lobby was transformed into a daffodils courtyard where the daffodils are floating in a double heighted space in stone. Its Beautiful demeanor is enlightening the whole space rendering the penthouse with a surreal and amazing view right in the middle.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Amaze Spaces

    Location: Sector – 108, Noida

    Principal Architect : Ar. Archishmaan Srivastava, Ar. Aastha Katyal & Ar. Harsh Gupta

    14.An Laid Back Gathering Spot

    Fact File

    Designed by : Design Inc.

    Location: Udaipur, Rajasthan

    Principal Architect : Ar Sandeep Jain & Ar Anup Murdia

    Photograph Courtesy : Prateek Chandresha

    15.Evergreen Bedroom Terrace

    The uniqueness of this project lies in the thoughtful and creative use of sustainable, organic materials that have helped in managing the defined budget. Fly ash bricks form a jail or screen along the water body. Bamboo has been used as pergolas, to screen off the toilet pipes and also as water spouts that let the water fall into the water body.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Silhouette Architects and Designers

    Location: Pune, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect : Shebanti Chakraborty

    Photograph Courtesy : Atul Kanetkar

    16.Green Terrace Roof

    From the architect. Outhouse: a visible invisible extension of nature Seated amidst agricultural farmland, this weekend house brings harmony between the natural and the built environment.

    Outhouse with green terrace

    Fact File

    Designed by : MISA ARCHITECTS

    Location: Vansajada, India

    Principal Architect : Tarun Patel, Vipul Jiyani

    Photograph Courtesy : Zurich Shah

    17.Contemporary Mediterranean Ambience

    In the this lounge, which also functioned as a flexible extension to the sitting space, we wanted to create more of a semi private vibe where the furniture can be rearranged for one big group or to cater to many small groups. Sitting on the specially designed “ red ullu chairs “ this side along the windows under the bamboo ceiling, one gets to see the urban jungle across.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Projected Rays Design

    Location: Mohali, Punjab

    Principal Architect : Rohan Jain

    Photograph Courtesy : Nakul Jain

    18.Jungle Theme Terrace

    Refreshing Terrace: This place then extends into a lovely tea lounge area which is massive in its “Jungle Themed” aura, and an eye-catching waterfall captivates the senses. The soothing sound of the flowing water ushers in a sense of calmness when one would sit in the brightly colored lounge to sip a cup of coffee. The abundance of greenery by dint of the walls being covered with plants and natural-looking green climbers renders a touch of liveliness to the overall setting.

    Fact File

    Designed by : K studio Designs 

    Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

    Principal Architect : Karishma Sutaria 

    Photograph Courtesy : Zotagraphy

    19.Canvas Roofing Over Vivid Walls

    The Jali and Veneer together render warmth to the space. The southern sun filters through the jali to create beautiful sciographical pattern on the veneer that keep on changing throughout the day. The space is furnished with some bold pieces of Furniture.

    Fact File

    Designed by : The Design Alley

    Location: Samarth Nagar, Aurangabad, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect : Ar. Sarang Patil, Ar. Shweta Patil

    Photograph Courtesy : Phxindia

    20.Ornamented MS Screening

    A multitude of massive frames at various levels, spacious semi-covered green terraces at all floor levels getting animated with a play of light as it permeates through the geometrically patterned MS trellis at the top of the largest frame, and a unique experience of varying volumes right from the entry. All this sum’s up very briefly the spatial experience of “The Shaded House”. 

    Fact File

    Designed by : Prashant Parmar Architect

    Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

    Principal Architect : Ar. Prashant Parmar

    Photograph Courtesy : Inclined Studio

    21.Open To Sky Terrace Cafe

    As we vertically move it’s the terrace garden with “Greek Vibes” which leaves you awestruck. The concept of a glass roof is used here to create a sense of oneness with nature. The amazing use of greenery along with the open dining area adds an elegant feature and complements the extravagant look.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Rathod Associates Pvt. Ltd.

    Location: Nashik, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect : Ar. Sumit Rathod

    Photograph Courtesy : Ar. Yash Kataria

    22.Magical String Lights

    The ceiling is an open cell metal grid with pendant antique lamps. There are two large 6 pax tables with rustic wooden top as dining areas for staff members. The overall beauty of terrace is enhanced by natural greens that provide overall calmness and peace and walking on superb quality artificial grass provide a relaxing experience to all on terrace.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Ar. Ankur Pandey & Associates

    Location: Indore

    Principal Architect : Ar. Ankur Pandey

    Photograph Courtesy : Imagix architecture photography

    23.Incorporating Zen Garden

    Terrace garden on the last floor, exhibits concept of zen gardens that transit between built mass and greenery with sit out pockets. It adds a feature of tropical area inserted for leisure.The efforts were in creating an ensemble of spaces that function around each other and are well integrated into the volumes. It coexists with nature, that embarks on Indian traditional elements, arts, creating visual harmony.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Manoj Patel Design Studio

    Location: Vadodara

    Principal Architect : Manoj Patel

    Photograph Courtesy : Sudhir Parmar Photography & 2613 apertures

    24.Cafe With Informal Stage Platform

    The service counter and seating space open out into a sun kissed terrace, finished with an undulating seating along its edges in jet black granite. The terrace is an extended seating space, with weather-proof furniture, as well as an impromptu performance zone during cooler evenings. A seamless design detail of seating, parapet and platform together give a flexible, easygoing vibe to the terrace.

    Fact File

    Designed by : The Crossboundaries

    Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

    Principal Architect : Harsh Boghani

    Photograph Courtesy : Cross Clicks

    25.Creepers As Focal Point

    The terrace area features a magnificent metal wall art piece, which will one day be surrounded by creeping vines, creating a stunning focal point to the space.The space reflects the family’s personality, interests, and lifestyle, while providing a comfortable and welcoming environment for guests. It is a space where you can find peace, joy, and contentment in the midst of the chaos of everyday life.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Upside Artist Design Studio

    Location: Bavdhan , Pune

    Principal Architect : Chinky Budhraja & Ankit Gupta

    Photograph Courtesy : Aroh Thombre

    26.Neoclassical Temple Gazebo

    One of the main highlights of this project was the lush green terrace, which provided a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. The terrace was designed with a temple and deck seating, creating a peaceful and calming atmosphere for the family to relax and unwind.

    Fact File

    Designed by : AH ARCHITECTS

    Location: Indore

    Principal Architect : Ar. Akshay Harbhajanka

    Photograph Courtesy : Ar. Manan surti

    27.Timber Screening and Pastel Couch

    The Courtyard House by Modo Designs exudes subtle luxury in the urbanized city of Ahmedabad. The site is a vast 45,000 Sq.ft. land in a plotting scheme on the outskirts of the city, where the brief was to design a 4-bedroom house with a living, study, and entertainment area. Also, the owner wanted an open house, hence, the conceptual layout started consisting of courtyards and semi-open verandah spaces.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Modo Designs

    Location: Racharda, Outskirts of Ahmedabad

    Principal Architect : Arpan Shah

    Photograph Courtesy : Vinay Panjwani

    28.Reusing Antique Elements

    terrace  garden with beautiful peripheral plotted plants, a snug sitting on one side of the terrace is designed with wooden tile flooring and is covered with pergola on top. A pebble filled delineating line is identified for the other seating arrangements, outdoor wicker furniture is used to complete the ensemble.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Tvashta Architects & Interiors

    Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

    Principal Architect : Ar. Kandarp Shah & Niteesha Shah

    Photograph Courtesy :  Umang Shah & Ridham Gajjar

    29.Blue Lounge With Swing Chairs

    The inspiration behind the Blue Lounge is drawn from the prominent use of blue hues, which have been incorporated into every aspect of the design, whether it’s the striking use of bold blue in the bar area or the soothing upholstery colour in every space. This pervasive presence of blue adds a cohesive and calming element to the overall aesthetic.

    Fact File

    Designed by :  Sapscapes

    Location: Matunga, Mumbai 

    Principal Architect : Ar. Sapna Tapuriah

    Photograph Courtesy : Manish Malli

    30.Light and Lines

    The private terrace came with ample space for playful gathering, in the form of a four seater table and another swing. The space remains true to the theme of the house justifying “light and lines

    Fact File

    Designed by : Innerarch Designs

    Location: Gota, Ahmedabad

    Principal Architect : Bk Patel

    Photograph Courtesy : Zotagraphy

    31.L- Shaped Terrace

    Second floor has a terrace  garden as the spill-out space. Terrace is in L shape which opens up to the terrace garden on the floor below making it a conversational place.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Palak Shah Design Studio

    Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

    Principal Architect : Ar.Palak Shah

    Photograph Courtesy : Abhishek Shah

    32.Planters And Pots

    Green terrace provides a relaxing and tranquil outdoor space to have an escape. The space hence allows relaxing and enjoyable green space, along with various types of planters and pots accessorizing the terrace. Also the space lightens up pleasantly at night for family gatherings, and parties.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Imagine Design Studio

    Location: Indore, Madhya Pradesh

    Principal Architect : Ar. Ankit Mittal

    Photograph Courtesy : Ruuhchitra

    33.Black Metal Rod Canopy

    The upper floor has a terrace sitting with the addition of an indoor space, to get a better experience throughout the day. The material and furniture are composed in such a way that they bring energy with subtleness to the space, with contemporary yet a modern look and feel.

    Fact File

    Designed by :  Eth Design Studio

    Location: Sumerpur, Rajasthan

    Principal Architect : Gaurav Mewara

    Photograph Courtesy : Harsheen Mengar

    34.Terrace As A Room Extension

    The terrace on the second floor was one of the transformational spaces in the house where the walls and windows of the family room where changed to open out into a large outdoor space. The terrace works as an extension to the room in the event of a get together.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Eth Design Studio

    Location: Sumerpur, Rajasthan

    Principal Architect :  Gaurav Mewara

    Photograph Courtesy : Harsheen Mengar

    35.Resemblance To Outdoors

    The Color Burst House” was the result, and it included three enormous, double-height open-to-sky courtyards where all of the main rooms could open into. The Courtyard House allows the occupants to enjoy the rain, light, and breeze with the changing seasons from the comfort of their rooms.

    Fact File

    Designed by : LIJO RENY architects

    Location: Chavakkad, Thrissur, Kerala

    Principal Architect : Reny Lijo

    Photograph Courtesy : Praveen Mohandas

    36.Versatile Terrace With Fireplace

    The terrace serves the perfect versatile open space to cosy up with a book or enjoy an evening with drinks and music. Amsel Designs tried to incorporate the simplicity and warmth of the home owners in this residence along with their son’s choice for a modern design and tasteful, elegant interior elements for this luxurious abode.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Amsel Designs

    Location: Panchkula, Haryana

    Principal Architect : Sahil Suri & Priya Chaudhary

    Photograph Courtesy : Manish Kumar

    37.Sloped Roof Gazebo

    The terrace gazebo is a get together space for the family to have social gatherings.The project offered us an opportunity to design it in a balanced blend of classic and contemporary design, which  holds the roots of their traditions along with the touch of modernity.

    Fact File

    Designed by : JIHAN ASSOCIATES

    Location: Godhra, Gujarat

    Principal Architect :  Minesh Shah

    Photograph Courtesy : JIHAN ASSOCIATES

    38.Weaving Spaces Through Landscape

    The pockets of informal spaces created via the lush green garden, outdoor dining space, yoga deck or the terrace garden weave the functional spaces into a beautiful harmony.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Foxline Architects | Interiors

    Location: Umeta, Vadodara

    Principal Architect : Ar. Shailee Solanki

    Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah

    39.Minimalist Terrace Extensions

    Each of the terraces attached to the rooms have been explicitly designed to resonate the adjacent indoor space. This maximal minimal approach has harnessed the way to highlight and make the viewer focus on exactly what we intended too.

    Fact File

    Designed by : AUM Architects

    Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

    Principal Architect : Manish Dikshit, Sonali Pandit & Nachiket Borwake

    Photograph Courtesy : Fabien Charuau

    40.Blend Of Heritage And Modern

    Fact File

    Designed by : Space Goals Design Studio

    Location: Bundi, Rajasthan

    Principal Architect : Ar. Siddharth Gokhale & Ar. Gaurav Shankaran

    Photograph Courtesy : Murtaza Gandhi

    41.Classical Dome Gazebo

    Foyer at 1st floor has the grand mansion feeling with garden terrace and aesthetically placed balcony. Exterior carving and element like Column and balcony space design with kept in mind theme of house.

    Third floor having the study area with children bedroom and guest bedroom with terrace garden and gazebo for sitting. Terrace garden having spectacular view of city from top with gazebo.

    Fourth floor or chilling floor they say due to having all facilities to escape daily shenanigans of life like gym, play area, home theater, spa, jacuzzi, terrace. To ensure all details parapet also design in a way to match the theme.  

    Fact File

    Designed by : R design

    Location: Udhna, Surat

    Principal Architect : Arvind Mistry

    Photograph Courtesy : Sunny Bhutwala & firoz Motorwala

    42.Laser Cut Fabricated Shed

    The Warm polished Kota Flooring takes you to the open terrace setting the mood for small intimate gatherings. The ever changing shadows of the laser cut fabricated shed above is a novel experience which would pull you outdoors for a cup of tea in the evenings after a long day at work.

    Fact File

    Designed by : ZZARNA SSTUDIO


    Principal Architect : Himanshi Patel & Dipen V Patel

    Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah

    43.Terrace Pool Incorporation

    This space is separated from a connecting terrace garden through a glass sliding folding door which makes it a part of entertainment zone. The major highlight of this space is the fingerprint ceiling created by combining the actual fingerprints of the clients.

    Fact File

    Designed by : studio8055

    Location: Secunderabad, Telangana

    Principal Architect : Sharma Athreyasa

    Photograph Courtesy : Ricken Desai

    44.Outdoor Contemporary Temple

    The terrace cum verandah accounts for a lavish open space with an outdoor temple and patio furniture in its forecourt to enable the family to spend the best times indoors and outdoors as well. The backdrop of the temple is ornamented with floral motifs of brass inlay. It holds a pleasing background to the Ganeshan that is placed on a sleek console table with fluted patterns.

    Fact File


    Location: CHENNAI

    Principal Architect : RACHANA GOYAM

    Photograph Courtesy : PHOTOSART STUDIO

    45.Flamboyant Jacuzzi Deck

    Terrace acquires the party zone with the specifications of wooden finishing and flamboyant colors with floral-patterned tiles to be in sync with the jacuzzi pool and the wooden decking and seating.

    Fact File

    Designed by : architecture aNew

    Location: #76, sector 7 Panchkula

    Principal Architect : Ar. Amrit Panwar & Ar. Satish Panwar

    Photograph Courtesy : architecture aNew

    46.Exposed Brick Rooftop Garden

    The rooftop garden was inspired by the hills in Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary. The garden incorporates the exposed brick cladding, maintaining the overall language of the house. The terrace garden, which becomes a peaceful getaway for each family member on a regular day, transforms into an activity zone and comes alive during gatherings.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Rainbow Designers & Associates

    Location: Indore, Madhya Pradesh

    Principal Architect : Vikrant Bhawsar & Sapna Bhawsar

    Photograph Courtesy : Akshit Garg

    47.Free Flowing Landscape Terrace

    The large terrace was divided in functional zones using appropriately placed planters but without compromising on the fluid connectivity between them. We chose minimal and functional interiors grounded into the ‘less is more’ concept and used subtle yet sophisticated patterns to bring in the influences of a royal Rajasthan.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Red Brick Studio

    Location: Aundh, Pune

    Principal Architect : Ar. Anil Poduval& Ar. Ankur Kothari

    Photograph Courtesy : Hemant Patil

    48.Matching Indoors To Outdoors

    This room has glass doors which leads onto the terrace garden, bringing some of the outside indoors. The green fabric of the sofa keeps with the earthy colour scheme.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Amsel Designs

    Location: Noida, Uttar Pradesh

    Principal Architect : Sahil Suri & Priya Chaudhary

    Photograph Courtesy : Jeevan Jyot

    49.Tiny Terrace With Vertical Garden

    Not to miss out on the serene terrace garden that this apartment unfolds. A feature wall of landscape art on one end, a vertical garden on the other, along with a tiny garden, represents a true haven amidst the concrete urban jungle.

    Fact File

    Designed by : The KariGhars

    Location: Near Thanisandra, North Bangalore

    Principal Architect : Abhishek Chadha

    Photograph Courtesy : VikramJit Singh

    50.Terrace With Serving Counter

    The outdoor terrace area accommodates customised seating area, a counter made in Italian marble, metal chairs and metal artwork. Rust-orange tile inserts were added in the flooring pattern. This colour was again reflected in the upholstery and the Italian marble we selected for the counter.

    The sky-lit jacuzzi space with shower, w.c, basin was designed to give a calm and soothing vibe. We added a number of green plants to bring the outside in. Blue and white patterned tiles were used to add a morccon vibe. The walls were adorned using a mild texture effect. TV and AC were added to suffice the client’s needs.

    Fact File




    Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah

    Indians are craving a beautiful terrace design in present times. They tend to find terraces convenient for spending their evenings watching the sunset. Thus, a good terrace design could add to the experience. Due to high land prices or a lack of land, people tend to shift to areas with very few open spaces. However, there is a trend, especially in urban areas, to transform the typical terrace design into rooftop cafes. These cafes are great spots to socialise and have a good conversation. Thus, terrace design is a necessity for all. It is also worth noting that the categorization of these Refreshing Terrace Design Inspirations is not in chronological order of the best designed. It is a potpourri of beautiful terrace design ideas that can inspire upcoming homes. How can we come up with budget-friendly terrace design options that are accessible to all, not just the rich?

    Unveiling the Magic of Conceptual Architectural Design

    The conceptual architectural design phase is not merely a preliminary step in the design process; it’s a crucible where ideas are forged into tangible forms. At this stage, architects embark on a conceptual architectural design journey of exploration and innovation, seeking to encapsulate the essence of their vision in a cohesive conceptual framework. This conceptual […]

    Read More

    50 Best Wall Moulding Design Inspirations For Your Interiors

    Wall Moulding Design is a great way to amp up your space and elevate the overall look of your home. There are a wide range of moulding designs that can add a distinct character to your space. Wall moulding design comes from different kinds of materials, such as PVC, plaster, wood, etc. The right choice […]

    Read More

    A Colonial House Nestled Along The Enchanting Thoroughfare Of Ivy Lane | Furbishy

    Welcome to the stately Ivy Lane Estate, a distinguished colonial house nestled along the enchanting thoroughfare of Ivy Lane. This splendid property stands as a testament to the grandeur of a bygone era. A Colonial House Nestled Along The Enchanting Thoroughfare Of Ivy Lane | Furbishy It boasts a symphony of architectural marvels and an […]

    Read More

    TADstories With Ar. Deep Sakhare | Barakhadee Studio

    Ar. Deep Sakhare, the founder of Barakhadee Studio, shares his passion for architecture and design which entwines with the admiration for travelling. Barakhadee Studio is an architectural and interior design studio, founded by Ar. Deep Sakhare in the city of Pune in Maharashtra. The firm focuses on approaching every project with a new perspective and […]

    Read More

    20 Types of Balcony That Redefine Outdoor Spaces

    Different types of balcony, with their ability to extend indoor living spaces into the open air, have become an essential feature of architectural design. Across the globe, architects and designers have embraced different types of balcony as a means to enhance both the aesthetic appeal and functionality of buildings. In this comprehensive exploration, we delve […]

    Read More

    A 2 Story House Design In Pondicherry Stays True To Its Identity | House of Design Stories

    Indie Tales, a 2 story house design in Pondicherry stays true to its identity stands apart with its unparalleled charm amidst a narrow conservative neighborhood. This abode embraces a quiet reflection of modern lifestyle and traditional nuances within a limited budget for an intimate family of 5 across 3 generations. The residence evolves as an […]

    Read More

    This Aesthetic Home Was Designed To Maximize Natural Light And Views | Chrysalis Designs

    Surrounded by lush greenery, this aesthetic home was designed to maximize natural light and outdoor views, resulting in a welcoming and airy atmosphere. Our latest project, ‘The Tranquil Home’ in Ahmedabad, is a stunning 5500 sq. ft bungalow that truly embodies the style and preferences of our client. This Aesthetic Home Was Designed To Maximize […]

    Read More

    This Renovated Triplex House Design Is A Celebration of Light | Yellow Architects

    This renovated triplex house design is a celebration of light. It is within the tranquil confines of the esteemed Maytas Hill County in Hyderabad. This further boasts a sophisticated design characterized by a harmonious blend of neutral materials and earthy hues. The understated elegance of this contemporary triplex house design exudes a sense of minimalism […]

    Read More

    This South East Facing House Is Next To An Old House Of The Client’s Parents | RP Architects

    The site of this south east facing house is next to an old house of the client’s parents. There are few farmlands and plenty of trees – neem and tamarind trees, surrounding the site area. This South East Facing House Is Next To An Old House Of The Client’s Parents | RP Architects Design Strategy […]

    Read More

    TADstories with Ar.Anup Murdia and Ar.Sandeep Jain | Design Inc.

    Ar. Anup Murdia and Ar. Sandeep Jain, the founders of Design Inc. share their journey of embarking architecture with the passion for understanding spaces. Design Inc. is an architectural firm situated in Udaipur, founded by Ar. Anup Murdia and Ar. Sandeep Jain in 2011. The firm believes in creating spaces with overall understanding of certainties […]

    Read More
  • Half is More - A House in Progress | Atelier Shantanu Autade + Studioboxx

    TADstories with Manvinder Sodhi | Bonita Casa