Residences

Gupta Residence, at Punjabi Bagh, Delhi, by Chromed Design Studio

Gupta Residence, at Punjabi Bagh, Delhi, by Chromed Design Studio

Built across an enormous 3500 square feet, this stellar project exemplifies the vocabularies of big, bold, and beautiful in and out of the ordinary fashion. Designed by Ar. Abhigyan Neogi, Principal Architect & Founder- Chromed Design Studio, this residence is a concoction of design styles fusing one into another and consequently delivering an intricate space. Located in Punjabi Bagh, Delhi this phenomenal residence follows a contemporary design style typically offset by neutral colors. It is a modern interpretation of Indian dwellings that melds historic elements with current lifestyle concepts. The splendid abode is an eclectic mix of the new & the old replete with the use of vintage décor. – Chromed Design Studio

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Modern Residence in Jodhpur, at Jodhpur, by Ravi & Nupur Architects

Modern Residence in Jodhpur, at Jodhpur, by Ravi & Nupur Architects

Nestled amidst a sprawling plot, this residence is designed such that minimal heat could penetrate inside but at the same time maximum natural light and ventilation floods the interior spaces. The site nests in the outskirts from the main city, in a developing residential area, with the north-east, southeast & south -west side abutting the road.

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House That Rains Light, at Kerala, by LIJO.RENY.architects

House That Rains Light, at Kerala, by LIJO.RENY.architects

The ‘House That Rains Light’ re-imagines dappled shade under the trees, informal kids play nooks, gardens with flowers, birds and butterflies, all lost to rapid urbanization, while being confined to a tight plot within a typical residential layout.

Owners, a young couple with their two kids, wanted a house that broke free from conventions, displaying a sense of individuality and character in the spaces that enveloped them, without being a burden on their simple ways of living. They also hoped the building would transcend the small footprint on site and become a multi-spatial/sensory experience for their kids to grow up in. – LIJO.RENY.architects

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Kecherile Veedu, at Kecheri, Thrissur, Kerala, by Finder Studio

Kecherile Veedu, at Kecheri, Thrissur, Kerala, by Finder Studio

Traditional Kerala homes are rich in memories; of the long-forgotten smell of the first rain, the sound of raindrops falling in the courtyard, people sitting and conversing around it, the feeling of the warmth of mud walls and wood,  the coziness of spaces;  one may find him or herself drifting into their nostalgic memories of yesteryears every once in a while. – Finder Studio

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Parallel Volumes, at Ahmedabad, India, by urbscapes

Parallel Volumes, at Ahmedabad, India, by urbscapes

Situated in fringes of Ahmedabad, the house is spread over 460 sqmt of land. The brief of the project was to design an introvert house for three generation of the family. The design idea was to respond to the climate and hence orientation. An introvert house which is opaque to the outside and open to the inside. Given the rectangular geometry of the plot, the idea was to place the functions in a linear fashion along the length with a puncture in between to bring in light and ventilation. – Urbscapes

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WIND SCREEN HOUSE, at NEW DELHI, INDIA, by THE DESIGN ROUTE

WIND SCREEN HOUSE, at NEW DELHI, INDIA, by THE DESIGN ROUTE

Micro Houses aren’t a new thing in India, can be found in many dense urban settlements across big cities and smaller towns. Generally the owners of these houses are from socially, economically weaker backgrounds with very limited resources, knowledge and funds to construct houses that really fulfils their aspirations of a dream house. Moreover these settlements generally lack municipal building norms, infrastructures and facilities that further makes living in these settlements difficult. – THE DESIGN ROUTE

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BIBHAB Residence at Agra by Anuj Mehta Associates

BIBHAB Residence, at Agra, by Anuj Mehta Associates

The requirement of twin units, which are independent and yet have a common identity, shaped the basic house form. The basic concept was of two independent units having a common entrance sharing a central courtyard. Both the units were thus treated separately and integrated using a two axis system which combined the units together. – Anuj Mehta Associates

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Anand Residence at Chennai by Murali Architects

Anand Residence, at Chennai, by Murali Architects

A modern young couple with two children wanted a house in contemporary style on a One Ground (2400 sq ft) plot at the busy area of Adyar in Chennai city. In urban towns, the land area available is very less and the norms of construction are very rigid. So, people are forced to leave 50% of the plot free of construction to satisfy the rules. – Murali architects

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Arunagiri Residence at Chennai by Murali Architects

Arunagiri Residence, at Chennai, by Murali Architects

Water when combined with architecture, the interplay created by means of fluid and solid planes adds an extra dimension to the building making it extraordinary. “THE FLOATING CUBE” at Neelangarai is a guest house Indian base American client, evolved with the idea of ‘maze and puzzle’ by means of levels and projections creating an ‘awe’ in the minds of the user. – Murali Architects

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Vasuki Rajagopal Residence at Chennai by Murali Architects

Vasuki Rajagopal Residence at Chennai by Murali Architects

This “VILLA” at Manapakkam is formed by simple planar geometry and varying levels combining office with a residence.The residence is designed for a family of five, giving a contemporary look. The clarity were the paramount for the design mass and good integration with the landscape. Entering the house is the foyer with the flight of steps taking to the raised living.

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3G House at Chennai by Murali Architects

3G House at Chennai by Murali Architects

This residence located at t.Nagar is the free wheeling layout that responds to the site by giving each room with a view – a distinct character. Catering to the large family, the central common area the living / dining and family living forming a dynamic focus for the house with double height spaces and spatial drama.

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In Nature // Sanvina in the Sun!, at Mechkarwadi, near Karjat, Maharashtra, India, by Cluster One Creative Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

In Nature // Sanvina in the Sun!, at Mechkarwadi, near Karjat, Maharashtra, India, by Cluster One Creative Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

We believe that, as architects and designers, our role is exceptionally interim in nature. And by “in nature”, we mean both, the inherent characteristic of a person, as well as the collective physical world around us. After all, for all the glorification we grant to ourselves, we are, eventually, only a means to an end which will exist long after we are gone. Fully aware, and accepting of this interplay of the past, present, and future, we have come to understand that everything we do, is going to interact differently with the evolving sensibilities of the people, the landscape, and the weather, at that point of time, on that given day. – Cluster One Creative Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

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