Brick Office-Subtle Yet Bold | Firki Studio

Brick Office-Subtle Yet Bold | Firki Studio ‘Brick  Office’ is a small office building in Karnal, a town in the state of Haryana, India. The office had to be relocated from a busy commercial street to a residential area with no great architectural character. The intervention had to be subtle yet bold in its identity. The[Read More]

IVA Skin and Laser Centre Uplift the Architectural Artistry | Increation Associates

IVA Skin and Laser Centre Uplift the Architectural Artistry | Increation Associates The creation is peerlessly versed with the scorching temperature of Ahmedabad. Designing the clinic with a proper technique that it acquires maximum natural light and ventilation. The project portrays the bonafide relation between human, nature and material all together it blunts out the[Read More]

Brick VS Weatherboard for Houses – Pros and Cons

When purchasing or building a new home, prospective homeowners have to look deep into the various material building options at their disposal, suggests Alex from Malta Sotheby’s real estate agency. The two main materials for house construction are brick and weatherboard. Ultimately, the choice between the two is dependent on the homeowner decision, and also[Read More]

House Sampada Governed by Site Context and Existing Elements | 1leapingfrog Studio

House Sampada Governed by Site Context and Existing Elements | 1leapingfrog Studio Text description provided by the architects. Situated in Koramangala, one of Bangalore’s premium residential areas, House Sampada sits in an urban context, with houses built very close to each other. The site is a 60’ X 40’ plot on a street completely shaded by[Read More]

Brick House Draws Inspiration From Traditional Kerala Architecture | Kamat & Rozario Architecture

Brick House Draws Inspiration From Traditional Kerala Architecture | Kamat & Rozario Architecture Text description provided by the architects. The design developed from the client’s brief, which was to have a modern house inspired by the family’s roots in Kerala, India. We looked towards traditional palace construction of Kerala for inspiration. We noticed a few key[Read More]

Residence Design Interplay Between Contemporary and Classical Style of Architecture | Uneven

Residence Design Interplay Between Contemporary and Classical Style of Architecture | Uneven Kalrav Residence The residence designed for Mr Sachin Patel is a perfect example of the interplay between the contemporary and classical style of architecture. In an attempt to blur the lines between the new and the old, thus Kalrav was designed. It overlooks[Read More]

सारांश– Nitin Varsha House | URBSCAPES

Saraansh – Nitin Varsha House | URBSCAPES House is a summary of one’s beliefs and values. So is Nitin Varsha House. Situated in the eastern part of Ahmedabad, the house sits on a square plot with two shared walls, allowing views to the corner opening. With road on two sides, the house open ups to[Read More]

Studio Apartment in Ahmedabad | Ego Designs
studio apartment

Studio Apartment in Ahmedabad | Ego Designs With limited floor space, Ego Designs has carefully understood it’s important to create a cozy and welcoming ambience and has combined all the functions in a harmonious way. The Floor space was divided into multiple spaces where a small Pantry area with beautifully designed bar counter, also two contradictory accented wall[Read More]

A Contemporary Brick House In Mysuru | Architecture Paradigm
brick house exterior elevation

A Contemporary Brick House In Mysuru | Architecture Paradigm From the architect. Located in Mysore city in a municipal layout the site measures50 X 80 feet with the shorter side facing the road along the southern edge. An L-shaped planform helps us organize the diverse programmatic concerns of a house for a family of four[Read More]

The Twin Houses | SPASM Design Architects
SPASM Design Architects

The Twin Houses | SPASM Design Architects From the architect. The client wished to develop two homes on an acre each of land. The homes needed to be country homes for Bombay families to get away from the urban rigmarole.The project needed to balance the money put up against profitability and a sense of capturing[Read More]