Residences

Terraced Residential Highrise, at Nallurhalli Road, Siddhapura, Bangalore, by CnT Architects

Terraced Residential Highrise, at Nallurhalli Road, Siddhapura, Bangalore, by CnT Architects

Project called for design of group housing comprising of units of multiple sizes catering to various income group, sizes ranging from 1200 to 2400 sqft. We started with a vision of creating architecture for the community wellbeing and active lifestyle in a holistic way. This was achieved by creating a central public space energized by play areas, swimming pool, party spaces, gaming zones, lounges, dance floors etc, – CnT Architects

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Advance Group

House in the Foliage, at Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh, India, by Advance Group

​This Residence is what defines truly Indoor-outdoor relationship. The house, designed in barabanki in 2015 caters to the love that our clients have for nature. They wanted an abode that connects all the spaces with nature and has beautiful views of their extensive collection of different plants. The lower floor houses a big hall overlooking the front garden and 2 rooms overlooking the rear Banyan tree. – Advance Group

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RSDA Ansal Villas

A House Surrounded by a Green Footprint | Ansal Villas, by RSDA

RSDA is a multidisciplinary design firm delivering architecture, interior design and strategic services across India. The studio, based out of Gurugram, was founded in 2003 by Architects Rakhee Bedi and Shobhit Kumar, both of whom came together to build a unique design firm. The firm acts as a one-stop solution by covering the entire process from conceptualisation to execution. 

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Aparna Kaushik

Residential Project by Aparna Kaushik

Nestled in expansive lush enclaves far from the chaos of the city, this home is a rebellion against the concrete demands of a bustling urbania. The layout is natural and unforced with the idyllic blues of the expansive pool that gets perfectly framed from the open windows, providing a slice of tropical paradise living. The décor a esthetic is muted, cozy and comfortable. Warm palette, neutral and natural colors that resemble nature are used. Overall the ambience is chic and cozy. – Aparna Kaushik

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Casa Rojo at Chennai by Benny Kuriakose

Casa Rojo at Chennai by Benny Kuriakose

The essence of the building was to be a space which would exemplify the feeling of well-being and tranquility. It was to be a place where one could work, play or socialize without disturbing the harmony of the different elements encompassed within the space. The plan of the house incorporated the existing orchard.

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Sivaram house at Thiruvananthapuram by Benny Kuriakose

Sivaram house at Thiruvananthapuram by Benny Kuriakose

A simple white house with large timber windows, sloping tiled roof, set to stand out from the picturesque hilly backdrop, yet made to fit into the frame of the image. The little garden, in front of the house, adjoining the porch, with the free standing timber logs, placed randomly over the lawn, creates a lovely air of welcome.

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Venkatesan House at Chennai by Benny Kuriakose

Venkatesan House at Chennai by Benny Kuriakose

This residence is built out of natural granite, brick lined arches as lintels and a simple sloping tiled roof. The rubble masonry gives the house a rigid feel, which is contrasted by the way the house blends with the surrounding nature, with trees and plants , that are the local species of the area, thus creating a perfect rugged balance

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Neelankarai house at Chennai by Benny Kuriakose

Neelankarai house, has been designed in a contemporary style using traditional elements. The veranda is a threshold space preceding the facade of the house, transitioning the house from the indoor environment to the outdoor environment.

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Pyramid at Chennai by Benny Kuriakose

Pyramid at Chennai by Benny Kuriakose

The Pyramid, as it is called, is a house with an unbelievable calm ambiance, matched with a quiet beauty that it draws from its simple open structure, its decor and its verdant surroundings. It used to be a multi-purpose space of 40 feet square with a central roof height of 40 feet.

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Tarawad at Chennai by Benny Kuriakose

Tarawad at Chennai by Benny Kuriakose

A “padipurra” or gate house, a typical Kerala structure forms the entrance to the house. The adornment of this entrance by the authentic stone pillars brought from Calicut together with timber, stone and tiles, continues the traditional theme and then it is combined with modern settings. The other special features of the entrance are the gabled roof and the welcoming built-in seat of timber.

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Thanikachalam house at Chennai by Benny Kuriakose

Thanikachalam house at Chennai by Benny Kuriakose

A house of exposed brick work, and sloping tiled roof, recycled doors and windows, arched lintels, the only contrasting feature being a white painted eave-board and parapet coping. Simple louvered jaalis, forming an opening at the courtyard and stone columns in the veranda are the other interesting features in the residence of Thanikachalam.

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