TOP 20 Facade Designs In India

&nbsp A façade refers to one side, usually the front, of a building. It is an integral piece to the overall design of a building. It provides the opportunity to create a personality and character to a building. Facades can come in many shapes and sizes, and it is really a chance for the architect[Read More]

Trivendrum House Inspired By Lauri Baker’s Philosophy Promoting Local Brick Industry | Wallmakers

&nbsp Trivendrum House Inspired By Lauri Baker’s Philosophy Promoting Local Brick Industry | Wallmakers Located smack in the middle of an urban and crowded locale of Trivandrum, the site was a small plot that was being suffocated by other residential projects from all four sides. The idea of this residence was to have an inward[Read More]

10 ARCHITECTURAL INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES ALL ARCHITECTS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT

&nbsp This has been an amazing decade in the field of technology, more so for the architects. Saving us from the gruesome work of hand drawn sheets, first, softwares such as Autocad was introduced in the 80s and since then umimagianbe techniques and inventions have emerged that have changed the way we look at designs.[Read More]

Cloaked Residence A Dwelling Unit Designed With Large Corton Steel Facade | Cadence Architects

&nbsp Cloaked Residence A Dwelling Unit Designed With Large Corton Steel Facade | Cadence Architects ‘Cloaked’ is an abode design intervention, monolithically pitched into a tightly knit urban setting. It is enclosed on all sides by an overpowering city fabric. The design was incorporated into a challenging triangular site profile with acute angles at two[Read More]

Overture House Echoes The Malabar Style Architecture| Thought Parallels

&nbsp Overture House Echoes The Malabar Style Architecture| Thought Parallels The 10000 sq. ft. family home of the Ayanis is located in the leafy surrounds of Payyoli, Kerala – a state with unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied topology. Mr. Ayani recently decided to branch off from the city to his native village[Read More]

Exposed Bricks In The Far Site House develops a unique character | Techno Architects

&nbsp Exposed Bricks In The Far Site House develops a unique character | Techno Architects “The house is a metaphor for a garden” ….The 2400 sft EAST facing site located in Malleswaram – is one of the oldest parts of Bengaluru which is highly prestigious and surrounded by beautiful large trees. The initial site conditions contained a house[Read More]

Ruby’s Cube | Srijit Srinivas – ARCHITECTS

&nbsp Ruby’s Cube | Srijit Srinivas – ARCHITECTS The clients – Dr. Ruby Abraham a Civil Engineer and Principal of a leading Engineering College in Trivandrum, and her husband Mr. Raju A.J. an Advocate, desired a distinctive look for their second home on a small, three cent (i.e. 121 m2) plot of land in a[Read More]

Project Platypus Design Competition Announcement 2020

&nbsp Project platypus have received an overwhelming 101 entries from participants coming from about 18 countries. They have managed to raise about 2,00,000 INR through registrations, which were directed to our NGO partners’ COVID relief programs. Out of the many wonderful entries, our curatorial team went through several iterations of engaging discussions with our jury panel, and we finally have[Read More]

Temple Architecture Designed With Blend Of Parametric And Contemporary Interpretation

&nbsp Temple Architecture Designed With Blend Of Parametric And Contemporary Interpretation. India crowns the title of the holy land because of its ancient, well preserved and sacred temples. South India is spread on an area with thousands of divine temples that are torchbearers of the glorious heritage of India. A temple, expressing an inclusion of[Read More]

Farm House In Mumbai Responds To Its Context And Ecology | The Vrindavan Project

&nbsp Farm House In Mumbai Responds To Its Context And Ecology | The Vrindavan Project This building is a private residence at an organic farm located in rural Maharashtra, near the city of Mumbai. The site is eleven acres in size, undulating with steep contours and terraces. The lack of locally available skilled masons in[Read More]