+91 RESIDENCES – Contemporary Indian Houses, by Incite

Incite

Incite

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+91 RESIDENCES – CONTEMPORARY INDIAN HOUSES derived the qualifying adjective from the country phone code for India and features 91 independent dwellings across India designed by architects in India built after the year 2000 and 19 works-in-progress.

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Reprint [2015] First Edition [2010]

+91 RESIDENCES – CONTEMPORARY INDIAN HOUSES derived the qualifying adjective from the country phone code for India and features 91 independent dwellings across India designed by architects in India built after the year 2000 and 19 works-in-progress.

91 Residences - Contemporary Indian Houses+91 RESIDENCES maps the multiple directions of contemporary Indian residential architecture. The houses in the book are classified into contextual typologies such as urban boxes and sprawling sub-urban houses in picturesque landscapes; they also bring to the forefront, concepts such as aesthetics of volumes, play of materials, fetish for technology, and design for thermal comfort and energy conservation.

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 us by phone or email for our bank details for online transfer.

To place an order, please contact INCITE on,

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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