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  • 50 Voguish Pergola Design Ideas For A Fine Outdoor Experience

    Pergola Design is becoming a common feature on most Indian home exteriors. Once called a patio roof, a pergola finds its purpose in several spaces to create a hospitable atmosphere. Pergola Design is affordable compared to gazebos and pavilions and can be easily detached and attached to the home as per convenience. Apart from providing shade from the sun and wind, pergolas give new meaning to terrace landscaping and garden design. Pergola Design may be free-standing or attached to the home and may be covered or left open. Let us look at a few mesmerising Pergola Design inspirations that can enhance your outdoor experience.

    Interwoven Rectangular Timber

    Weekend homes usually conjure up images of relaxation, tranquility, modernity, and enjoyment. As a result, we created an earthy, cosy yet luxurious experience with this weekend luxury home. In this 5600-square-foot residence in Umeta, Vadodara, Gujarat offers a sense of “home away from home.”

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    Designed by: Foxline Architects | Interiors

    Location: Umeta, Vadodara

    Principal Architect : Ar. Shailee Solanki

    Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah

    Greens Hanging From Pergola

    A small and beautiful courtyard has been created on the ground floor and it becomes the soul of the house. It has a cozy sit-out arrangement. An artistic wall in yellow depicts the traditional and spiritual Indian roots and is shaded by the greens hanging from the pergola screen above. This space becomes an ideal spot for enjoying time in solace. This court opens into the living and dining area.

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    Designed by: Parshwa Architects

    Location: Karad. Dist – Satara , Maharashtra.

    Principal Architect : Ar.Jitendra Bhandari,Gayatri Vibute – Bhunje, Ar.Dhaval Aghera & Ar.Sushant shedsale

    Photograph Courtesy : Rishikesh Bhandare

    Railing To Ceiling Transition

    This intuitive interaction with the forces of nature creates a dynamism that lends itself to the indoor-outdoor dialogue that is at the heart of architecture. It is a quirky house: asymmetrical and interesting, with surprises around every corner. Prioritizing high quality materials over ornamentation, the designer wove a sense of craftsmanship into each room. The pivoted Jali screen is designed with different diagonal orientations of the Terracotta tiles to avoid direct sunlight and to facilitate the flow of winds.

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    Designed by: Aakar Group of Consultancy

    Location:  Sangli, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect : Milind Kulkarni, Mrudul Kulkarni

    Photograph Courtesy : Clickophilets.Studio

    Cutout On Pergola

    Located in the middle of an urban area of Vadodara, India the site was a linear plot surrounded by houses on the east and west parallel sides. Having an opportunity to design a dwelling with all spaces opening into pockets of vertical voids. An eye striking facade captures the spectator’s vision created from earthy material palette of this residence which is infused on the backdrop walls with robust mass. Client’s vision was to have a home that invites interaction within the envelope of the house and invite landscaping in the life style.

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    Designed by: Manoj Patel Design Studio

    Location: Vadodara

    Principal Architect : Manoj Patel

    Photograph Courtesy : Sudhir Parmar Photography & 2613 apertures

    Aligned White Rails

    Tucked in the beautiful and culturally rich State of Rajasthan, the site is located in the old historical city of Bundi. Surrounded by architectural heritage, including The Bundi fort and the famous 84 pillared cenotaph, the city holds its own importance.

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    Designed by: Space Goals Design Studio

    Location: Bundi, Rajasthan

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

    Photograph Courtesy : Murtaza Gandhi

    Geometric Patterned Trellis

    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”. The client had a requirement of 4BHK Bungalow, along with garden space which permits interaction with nature through the air, natural light, and even rainfall.

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    Designed by: Prashant Parmar Architect

    Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

    Principal Architect : Ar. Prashant Parmar

    Photograph Courtesy : Inclined Studio     

    Simple Creation Of Shadow

    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. The landscape terrace space with the sound of the waterfall, the in between spaces and the wooden seater facing the greenery.

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    Designed by: Design Matters

    Location: Sarjapur Road, Bangalore 

    Principal Architect : Ar. Kiran Hanumaiah

    Photograph Courtesy : Ajay Devasia

    Traditional Timber Pergola

    The final topping on the cake is the rooftop terrace restaurant & pool. With sweeping views of the Arabian sea below and the blue skies above, it is a perfect haven for honeymooners and families alike. We wanted to allocate private spaces for individual groups without creating actual visual barriers. We managed to achieve this by creating a landscape of soft curtained pergolas along the length of the space. With A combination of soft and hard landscape and dream-like indirect lighting, the terrace restaurant is the perfect place to spend time with loved ones.

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    Designed by: IDA: Interior Design Associates

    Location: Fort Kochi, Kerala

    Principal Architect : Somya Sharma, Shanawas Moidu, Ajay Angolkar, Divya Sharma Vernenker

    Pergola On Terrace

    The warm wooden ceiling with the groove work finds a warmth evoking partner to open passage area with lighting. The luxury dining furniture explores the kind of adornment required for this place. artifacts have been placed in such a manner that it reflects the interior of the space. 

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    Designed by: Design Space

    Location: Lunawada, Gujarat

    Principal Architect : Shubham Mahajan

    Decorative Elements On Mild Steel

    Bhatnagar’s Residence is 4500 sqft in size is scrupulously designed by Pramana Design studio in U.P, India. A unique Modern Architecture style with open space planning enhancing the individuality of each area was the ultimate goal of the design parameters. The project was briefed as a challenge to reuse the old furniture and purchase material from the local artisans and karigars to cut the cost and make each piece well customized and satisfying the family’s traditional beliefs of THE PYRAMID: Avoid transportation + Reduce the waste + Reuse the old materials available + Use products that can be recycled + Dispose off as less as you can.

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    Designed by: Pramana Design Studio

    Location:  Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh

    Principal Architect : Neha Bhasin

    Photograph Courtesy : Tushar Garg

    Treated Wood Logs

    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.

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    Designed by: Tvashta Architects & Interiors

    Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

    Principal Architect : Ar. Kandarp Shah & Niteesha Shah

    Photograph Courtesy : Umang Shah & Ridham Gajjar

    Checkered Steel And Wood

    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. This particular area brings magnificent and sensual ambience. The role is to design a new system that allows inhabitants to have greater relationships with both architecture and nature. The space is intended for both socializing and lounging.

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    Designed by: architecture aNew

    Location:  Panchkula

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

    Photograph Courtesy : architecture aNew

    Glass Overhead Pergola

    Terrace garden with outdoor sound system makes the space a junction for gatherings and leisurely activities. The space is completed with ambient lighting, wooden deck flooring, potted plants and shrubs, artificial turf and a metal pergola with glass top making the space perfectly usable even on a rainy day.

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    Designed by: Design Dialogue Studio

    Location: Hyderabad

    Principal Architect : Prashanthi , Amulya

    Photograph Courtesy : Monika Sathe Photography

    Minimalistic Cantilevered Pergola

    The terrace is a humble social outdoor place. Since the house does not boast a big garden, the terrace suffices the need of one. Pockets of spaces arrested to create nooks for smaller gatherings covered by semi-open pergolas. While the flooring and landscape maintain the fluidity in the layout with an apt balance of hard and soft scapes. An iconic outdoor bar sits in one corner making the terrace even more lively! The skylights which brings abundance of natural light in the house transforms into gazebos with lit floors at terrace.

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    Designed by: flyYingseeds design studios`

    Location: Agra, India

    Principal Architect : Abhinav Chaudhary, Harish Chauhan, Velyne Katharpi, Kakoli Bhattacharya

    Photograph Courtesy : Irfan Anzoom

    Experiments With Fabric

    The residence is designed to be minimalistic and climate responsive. To achieve this, the material palette consists of Kota flooring, Terracotta screens that filter the harsh sun without blocking the breeze. In the Formal living room, Terracotta Jali facade on the southern side balcony cuts the harsh sun and gives a panoramic view of the city. The adjacent surface is cladded with veneer; this actually is the rear side of a storage unit that divides the living and bedroom. It acts as the Wardrobe for the bedroom, while in the living room; it becomes the backdrop for the seating. 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.

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    Designed by: The Design Alley

    Location: Samarth Nagar, Aurangabad, Maharashtra

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

    Photograph Courtesy : Phxindia

    Louvered Bars On Pergola

    This abode shall dive into an enchanting visual experience of a Universally Designed Abode by Space Race Architects for Mr. Praveen Sekhri from Jalandhar, Punjab. This abode rightly follows the principle of ‘Simple Living and High Thinking’ as propagated by Mahatma Gandhi. The vision behind this residence is to consider a one-family inclusive home where the entire family lives blissfully together in harmony.

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    Designed by: Space Race Architects

    Location: Jalandhar, Pujab

    Principal Architect : Ar. Thakur Udayveer Singh

    Photograph Courtesy : Purnesh dev Nikhanj

    Vibrant Red Cover

    The project demanded a certain language that would reflect the likings and living style of the family. For concept and visualization, the designers started by questioning, ‘in what lies the essence of a home’, and in doing so, developed a project that is unique and has a distinct design language. The client’s ideologies and the designers’ conception found common grounds over luxurious setting involving pertinent elements. Every space is translated towards this vision and functionality towards individuals. 

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    Designed by: Ghoricha Associate

    Location: Gandhinagar

    Principal Architect : Yagnesh, Prachi, Nikunj

    Photograph Courtesy : Inclined Studio

    Extensions Around Structure

    Talking about the Landscape, we wanted it to overpower the architecture and interior. There are two small gardens at the entrance of the project and a garden at the back. There are potted plants on the front facade which adds to the beauty of the building. The main attraction of the whole project is the terrace garden on the top, as specified by the clients we had to utilize the common terrace in the best manner possible and in the city like Ahmedabad where there are high temperatures in summers, greens are the best solution to it.

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    Designed by: Dhyey Chag Architects

    Location: Ahmedabad

    Principal Architect : Dhyey Chag

    Photograph Courtesy : Phx India

    Topical Timber Ambience

    Inspired from the travels of explorer ‘Mariposa Jose’, a fictional character, Sutra Gastropub marks its ingress amidst the hustle and bustle of Noida city. Located at a standalone property and built across an area of 19000 sq.ft., this gastropub was designed to create an Avant-garde cocktail bar and restaurant. It became a talking point by serving a fitting semblance to relish the enlivening tone of innovation executed. This magnificent space is a classic yet eclectic mix of various design styles. The atmosphere here is of a moody speakeasy bar where one can sit back, relax and enjoy their drink. The design was driven by an incentive thought of bridging the gap between current millennial and traditional dining styles.

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    Designed by: Chromed Design Studio

    Location:  Sector 18, Noida

    Principal Architect : Piyusha Upadhyay, Shikhar Gaur, Abhigyan Neogi

    Photograph Courtesy : Arvind Hoon

    Overflowing With Greens

    The story of House began with a fusion of lifestyle and opulence in the abode. The challenge for a designer is to elaborate design which purely complements their personality and way of living. Alluring earthen color palette and richness of materials, textures enlighten spaces giving comfort to the inherent. The key idea of design is recalling the sensory experience. Each input in design talks about the continuity of the other space, element, or occupancy.

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    Designed by: Studio 603

    Location: Ahmedabad

    Principal Architect : Alap Shah, Chintan Shah, Priyal Shah, Nidhi Kathiyara, Chirag Panchal

    Photograph Courtesy : Shilpa Gavane

    Light And White Pergola

    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.

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    Designed by: Manggal Design

    Location: Aurangabad, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect : Ar. Pramod Narale

    Small Seating Niche

    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.

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    Designed by: Amaze Spaces

    Location: Sector – 108, Noida

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

    Light And White Pergola

    Landscaping formulates an integral component in the design of bungalow, with use of CNC on railing and interiors as well. Terraces located on all levels are landscape elements, with low maintenance elements. Black and white Jacuzzi is made of tiles and terrazzo combination, making the space quite dramatic.

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    Designed by: Design Inc.

    Location: Udaipur, Rajasthan

    Principal Architect : Ar Sandeep Jain & Ar Anup Murdia

    Photograph Courtesy : Prateek Chandresha

    Varied Patterned Units

    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

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    Designed by: Innerarch Designs

    Location: Gota, Ahmedabad

    Principal Architect : Bk Patel

    Photograph Courtesy : Zotagraphy

    Glass Covered Rooftop

    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.

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    Designed by: Rainbow Designers & Associates

    Location:  Indore, Madhya Pradesh

    Principal Architect : Vikrant Bhawsar & Sapna Bhawsar

    Photograph Courtesy : Akshit Garg

    Alternating Tinted Tones

    Thus was the furniture designed, the levels were managed and the indoor-outdoor connect was established. Immense detailing went into creating and customizing elements that would act as an aid for teaching/learning like the music wall, sensory path, the alphabets game, etc.

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    Designed by: Studio Infinity

    Location: Salisbury Park, Pune

    Principal Architect : Ar. Tushar Kothawade & Chiranjivi Lunkad

    Photograph Courtesy : Phxindia & Yogesh Mahamuni Photography

    Nature Inspired Pergola

    The design is thoughtful of the pleasing subtropical weather the city has to offer and takes advantage of this comfortable climate through its play of open and semi-open spaces integrated within the office. The design showcases the studio’s own ideology of a healthy working environment with interactive and interconnected spaces. We have aimed to keep the feel of the studio minimalist and earthy which interacts with nature.

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    Designed by: SANS Architect & KARVI Design Studio

    Location: Satara, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect : Vaidehi & Sumit Bagade

    Playful Spatial Experience

    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.

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    Designed by: RC Architects 

    Location: Kolhapur, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect : Rohan Chavan

    Photograph Courtesy : Hemant Patil

    Openable Shuttered Pergola

    Studio PLEXUS is a multidisciplinary firm which deals in architecture, interior design and landscape. Founded in 2018 by Ar. Aniket Kulkarni, Studio Plexus believes in designing, reinventing and transforming living spaces to re-connect architecture with nature, through optimum use of space, natural materials, light and landscape. Cumulative overlay of multiple aspects and achieving results in minimalist and balanced way is the forte of studio plexus.

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    Designed by: Studio Plexus

    Location: Nashik, Maharashtra

    Principal designer: Ar. Aniket Kulkarni

    Photograph Courtesy : Pratik Kulkarni photography

    Capturing The Essence Of Nature

    Since the initial stage of planning, the home was to be made breathable and extensive in every aspect like functionality, design, and aesthetics with full of natural light & ventilation. The spaces have been woven in such a way that it has inter-connectivity within and outside capturing the essence of nature in every space creating stepped gardens on each floor.

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    Designed by: Prashant Parmar Architect | Shayona Consultant

    Location: Paldi, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

    Principal Architect : Ar. Prashant Parmar

    Photograph Courtesy : Vinay panjwani

    Black And Red

    The layout of the house is conditioned by the centrally located tree encompassed by a garden space that splits the site into two halves. The double-height space has a pergola roofing which allows for radiant summer light to flow through it. The two halves of the house are connected by a bridge on the first floor which also provides for picturesque views.

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    Designed by: PG Associates

    Location: Coimbatore , Tamil Nadu.

    Principal Architect : SrikrishnanDesign

    Photograph Courtesy : Srikrishnan

    Nature Peeking Through Concrete

    This necessitated that the compound wall of the building, along the length of the forest reserve, be taller, at least 8 to 9 feet in height. This setting of the site situated between a semi covered stilt on one side and a tall wall on the other side immediately gave the site an ambivalent character that was animated by a certain quality of light and shadow. A certain kind of cavernous space which is washed by light from the sky to create a somber, yet cheerful, atmosphere. Once this spatial quality was identified and discovered, the intention of the project was to enhance this spatial quality through careful and minimal spatial articulation.

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    Designed by: A for Architecture

    Location: Nashik, India

    Principal Architect : Ajay Sonar, Monali Patil

    Photograph Courtesy : Hemant Patil

    Moroccan Pergola Adaptation

    Leisure, tranquillity and adaptation of a traditional Moroccan house are the key elements of this home in Ahmedabad. The client’s brief stated that the language of this residential space ought to teleport us to a Moroccan style home, having a significant connect with nature. They wanted to have open yet private spaces with a completely soothing atmosphere. This made the architects design an open home, blurring the boundaries between internal and external spaces, the house is planned in an extroverted manner bringing in natural light and yet take care of weather in that region. 

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    Designed by: Mistry Architects

    Location: Ahmedabad

    Principal Architect : Ar. Sharukh Mistry

    Photograph Courtesy : Umang Shah Photography

    Fairy Lights On Pergola

    Nestled between 16 acres of lush green surroundings, blessed with 2 lakes with proximity to the main city, Shriram Chirping Woods Villament at Sarjapur Roads, Bangalore provides the luxury of a lifetime. Having the requirements of a 4BHK luxurious villa, Aishwarya Interiors has translated the client brief into a Scandinavian design that blends seamlessly throughout. The core characteristic of the house includes wide balconies and fenestrations bridging the gap with nature – providing a chance to rediscover themselves. Resembling the architectural characteristic, Aishwarya Interiors used elements such as abundant light, huge mirrors, matte finishes and white surfaces to support the clients’ brief.

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    Designed by: Aishwarya Interiors

    Location: Bangalore

    Principal Architect : Ms Laxmi Deshmukh

    Photograph Courtesy : Mr Sanjith Seetharam

    Pergola Over Dining Space

    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.

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    Designed by: Ar. Ankur Pandey & Associates

    Location: Indore

    Principal Architect : Ar. Ankur Pandey

    Photograph Courtesy : Imagix architecture photography

    Translucent Pergola Panels

    The entire plot along with its side margins, has been treated as the ground floor  , The landscape, has been designed  in such a way that it blurs the boundary of the exterior with the interior,be it the water bodies at the entrance , the master bed appears to float on the water body or the green spaces that one looks into as you open any window .

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    Designed by: Sparc Design

    Location: Magarpatta city, Pune

    Principal Architect : Suhani lal Sanghra

    Right Angled Bar Over Concrete

    Weekend homes usually conjure up images of relaxation, tranquility, modernity, and enjoyment. As a result, we created an earthy, cosy yet luxurious experience with this weekend luxury home. In this 5600-square-foot residence in Umeta, Vadodara, Gujarat offers a sense of “home away from home.”

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    Designed by: Foxline Architects | Interiors

    Location: Umeta, Vadodara

    Principal Architect : Ar. Shailee Solanki

    Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah

    Use Of Sustainable Materials

    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.

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    Designed by: Silhouette Architects and Designers

    Location: Pune, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect : Shebanti Chakraborty

    Photograph Courtesy : Atul Kanetkar

    Pergola With Hanging Flower Pots

    Known for its modest and simplistic demeanor, Kanpur is a small city situated along the tranquil banks of the Ganges River. Synonymous to the ambient atmosphere of this quaint location, the recently designed project by Intaglio Design Studio, exerts a vibe that is fresh and tropical. Entitled as the Penthouse, a single glance at the frames of this all-day diner, is enough to instill a feeling of comfort and serenity in the minds of the user. Located on a terrace along a busy street in Swaroop Nagar, the design of this restaurant flamboyantly showcases the magic of minimalistic vitality.

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    Designed by: Intaglio Design Studio

    Location: Swaroop Nagar, Kanpur    

    Principal Architect : Chinmay Ajmani

    Photograph Courtesy : Daniel Joseph

    Muted Tones And Natural Light

    This is the heart of the structure where inspiration strikes and from where the liveliness generates. The semi-open courtyard is the heart of this soulfully designed office space. It is enveloped by meeting areas, private workspaces, studios, and a multipurpose hall.

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    Designed by: Siyaahi Architects

    Location: Udaipur, Rajasthan

    Principal Architect :  Ar. Heli Patel & Ar. Samarth Patel

    Photograph Courtesy : Murtaza Gandhi

    Minimalistic Partial Extensions

    Sneak peek into the seating area of the living room and the entrance vestibule. A spacious pause point at the threshold of the home, complete with a floor-to-ceiling shoe cabinet, an elegant seat lit in the presence of framed Madhubani art and a focus floor lamp. This minimalistically designed penthouse is filled with intricacies and homely details.

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    Designed by: Atelier |X| architects

    Location: Indore

    Principal Designer : Saumil Nagar

    Photograph Courtesy : Anuja Kambli

    Overlap Of Two Designs

    For this devout Rajput family, obeisance to the Gods upon entering the home as well as leaving was an ingrained ritual, integral to their age-old traditions. K. N. Associates took note, which was a straightforward one. To be used by an extended family with three generations living under the same roof, five bedrooms were required—all in a Vastu-compliant layout. K. N. Associates, however, took the practicalities to another level, weaving interventions which introduce sculpture and installations as part of the design—all the time using local artists and craftsmen.

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    Designed by: K.N.ASSOCIATES

    Location: Old Padra Road, Vadodara

    Principal Architect : Narendra Joshi & Pritesh Patel

    Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah photography

    Circumambulating Geometric Pergola

    For this devout Rajput family, obeisance to the Gods upon entering the home as well as leaving was an ingrained ritual, integral to their age-old traditions. K. N. Associates took note, which was a straightforward one. To be used by an extended family with three generations living under the same roof, five bedrooms were required—all in a Vastu-compliant layout. K. N. Associates, however, took the practicalities to another level, weaving interventions which introduce sculpture and installations as part of the design—all the time using local artists and craftsmen.

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    Designed by: K.N.ASSOCIATES

    Location: Old Padra Road, Vadodara

    Principal Architect : Narendra Joshi & Pritesh Patel

    Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah photography

    Wood Plank Pergola

    Located within Mount Eagle Estate in Eaglemont, Local House is a modern, sustainable home that reinterprets the character of the historically significant suburb and harmonizes with its landscaped surroundings. Marion Mahoney and Walter Burley Griffin planned and designed the picturesque subdivision in 1915, with winding roads and community parklands that follow the curving topography, and dwellings that are secondary to the natural landscape. 

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    Designed by: Zen Architects

    Location:  AUSTRALIA

    Photograph Courtesy : ​Derek Swalwell

    Multi-levelled Pergola

    In the LC house, we do not use plaster, the wood, bricks, and concrete are apparent, we seek above all practicality and functionality in this project, in this way, the electrical, hydraulic, and air conditioning installations are all apparent, which helped to make the cleanest, fastest and most economical work.

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    Designed by: KS arquitetos

    Location: BRAZIL

    Photograph Courtesy : Roberta Gewehr

    Contemporary Rustic Charm

    Situated in “Praia do Forte” in an old fishing village that retains rustic charm yet a contemporary feel. “Casa Pérgola” was created from the client’s need for ample space to receive friends and family. Large balconies are a key feature of this family-orientated home. With a contemporary style, driven by tropical architecture and open spaces, the house benefits from blurred interior and exterior boundaries. The maximum use of natural light and ventilation were also key drivers. 

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    Designed by: Sidney Quintela Architecture + Urban Planning

    Location: BRAZIL

    Photograph Courtesy : Manuel Sá

    Pergola Over Spiral Stairs

    While conceiving the architecture for this home in Ahmedabad, one of our primary drivers was a response to the hot and dry summers in the city, with average daytime temperatures reaching 42 degrees Celsius. The form of the house is derived from its climactic orientation as well as shading devices that keep the internal spaces cool. Deep verandahs and overhangs, horizontal pergolas, and vertical louvers gently filter the fierce sun.

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    Designed by: Khosla Associates

    Location: AHMEDABAD, INDIA

    Photograph Courtesy : The Fishy Project

    Aesthetic Warm Timber

    The volumes’ positions within the implantation followed a pre-determined modulation pattern. Steel beams were positioned along this pattern up to the external walls, upon which they rest. These beams serve multiple purpouses: bracing of the structural pre-cast concrete walls, finishing of the gutters and steel coverings and spatial organization of the different volumes that compose the whole.

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    Designed by:  BRAZIL

    Location: FGMF

    Photograph Courtesy : Rafaela Netto

    Pergola On A Deck

    The architecture is based on the structural modulation of the floor plan into regular spans that form a prismatic pavilion, with a 4.00 x 4.00 grid defining the dimensions of the internal spaces of the residence. The pavilion is supported by metallic pilotis set back 2.00m from the edges of the construction, and a taipa platform emerges transversely from this, consisting of 2 decks: front (social access and garage) and back (solarium, fire pit, and pool). 

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    Designed by: Sergio Sampaio Arch + Tectônica

    Location: BRAZIL

    Photograph Courtesy : Leonardo Finotti

    Pergola For Internal Courtyard

    The foyer unit not only defines the foyer area but also provides a glimpse of the green space that lies ahead. As one transcends further, they are taken aback by massive internal courtyards on either side of the walkway that connects to the living area. The courtyard on the right facing the road opens to the sky through an L- shaped skylight that creates an invisible veil between the internal and external landscape.

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    Designed by: ID+AS Architects

    Location: Rajarajeshwari Nagar, Bangalore

    Principal Designer : Asad Khan

    Photograph Courtesy : Lazer Lenz Photography

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