#91 RESIDENCES – Contemporary Indian Houses [2016], by Incite

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#91 RESIDENCES – Contemporary Indian Houses [2016] - The hashtag allows moving away from categorization into typologies and classification by climate, size, style, etc. to create new affinities among hitherto non-connected buildings for instant access to similar creative expressions / elements.

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The hashtag allows moving away from categorization into typologies and classification by climate, size, style, etc. to create new affinities among hitherto non-connected buildings for instant access to similar creative expressions / elements. Buildings become linked by ideas and elements. The categories become fluid and the connections extensive. One moves from a hierarchical classification to a lateral and more fluid, sometimes even tenuous connection.

Contemporary Indian Houses

#91 RESIDENCES – Contemporary Indian Houses, Volume 3 features 108 built projects across India and includes a poster [15.75” x 22.24”].

Price Rs. 2500/- payable at Bangalore by cheque / DD in favour of ‘Incite’. Please include courier charges per book as below if you wish to receive your copies by courier.

Destination Courier Charges per book
Bangalore Rs.100/-
South India [Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh & Telangana] Rs.200/-
Other states within India Rs.300/-

 

Please contact Incite by phone or email for our bank details for online transfer.

Address: # 422, 1st Floor, 9th Main, Banashankari II Stage
Bangalore 560 070 India

Phone: + 91 80 2671 3380

Email : [email protected]

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