The project came along from a client who had a passion for their work over three generations in the tile industry. They wanted their showroom to be a museum in which they would showcase the tiles as their beloved possessions.
The project came along from a client who had passion for their work over three generations in the tile industry. They wanted their showroom to be a museum in which they would showcase the tiles as their beloved possessions.
So the objective became rather to create a museum cum experience centre where people would spend hours to look, select and know about the kinds of tiles available in today’s market.
Also the goal was to showcase the application of tiles to its extent. The tiles were tested to its limits by using it for every possible application, in the floor, walls, ceiling, hanging elements, artefacts, sculptures, furniture and even lighting.
Human Sculpture depicting scale of building
Landscape design created using water jet cut tiles 1
Inclusion of Greenery to the Elevation
Facade with its context
Facade with its context
Cantilevered Glass box extends to the landscape to create a connectivity between the interiors and the exteriors
Juxtaposed tile blocks protruding out depicting the concept of natural weathering of stones
Architect’s Display Area, where a person can create a concept for his space with ease in temperature changing lights
Open planning with visual connectivity between mockups
The showroom slowly unveils itself as a person starts to move through these free standing partitions creating mystery
Dark interiors with spots of light over tiles to create a feeling of being in a museum
Niches on walls and hanging MS frames to display decor tiles
Double height reception with a backlit concept sketch to create a sense of volume
Rajat Jewellers designed by Studio Samarpan is the Second Chapter of the 20-year old existing jewellery retail shop, designed with a neutrally vibrant colors and variety of materials going in accordance with the location. – Studio Samarpan
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
Renowned for their architectural expertise and design prowess, Access Architects have come up with an awe-inspiring design spectacle with their latest project, Rupa Renaissance. Located in Navi Mumbai, this Avante-Garde mixed-use project is a three-part magnificent structure, catering to a premium clientele. The 132m colossal structure consists of an IT building that offers space for lease to exclusive MNCs and IT firms. The second block is an extension for stay at Marriott executive apartments while the third block holds guest house apartments, all interconnected to each other through a smart design scheme. – Access Architects
The residence is for the family of a doctor who is much respected in Koothattukulam, in central Kerala. The land is on the outskirts of the town amidst a landscape of paddy fields, undulating hillocks and farmlands. – RGB Architecture Studio
It has been nearly 2 years when the pandemic starts, which leads to traumatic recession of all walks of life. To the entertainment industry, it’s also a game-changing point that only the best can survive. Ninja club, as one of the most established Hip-Pop club in Shanghai, has survived and thrived with its newly open 2nd club in this city located at Found 158. Among all the clubs and bars, in this noisiest nightlife center of Shanghai, Ninja chooses its own secret corner for its story and tales. – J.H Architecture Studio, Yang Rui