Tag: Bengaluru

Bamboo Metro Station

Metro Station in bamboo at Bengaluru for BMRCL by Manasaram Architects

Metro Station in bamboo at Bengaluru for BMRCL by Mansaram Architects, Neelam Manjunath – Bamboo is introduced in the design to showcase its potential how a traditional fragile-looking material can be used to an in large infrastructure projects. Bamboo was introduced in response to huge amount of steel used in large infrastructure projects which lead to immense carbon emission eventually leading to global warming. In the project, Bamboo is taken to a new level in the design by incorporating it in various forms. ”Bamboo is the new steel”.

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House in the Golf Course, Bengaluru, by Radical Architecture Design Consultants

House in the Golf Course, Bengaluru, by Radical Architecture Design Consultants

The design brief was also mainly influenced by the restrictions of the “Eagleton Golf course design guidelines”. “The Eagleton Golf course design guidelines” imposed restrictions on the Building elevation profiles on all the four sides and the overhanging/ cantilevers or any projection on all the four sides as well. Yet we as Architects, Radically explored the maximum possibility in a highly restricted freedom of expression to exercise our unique design skill-set to create a “Unique Home” to reflect the modernist “style and personality” of our Client.

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Rohan Avriti at Bengaluru by Collage Architecture Studio

Rohan Avriti at Bengaluru by Collage Architecture Studio

An abode of wholesome living, Rohan Avriti is an apartment complex like no other. The project strives to revive the lost concept of community living where the user becomes a part of the bigger scheme of things. This sanctuary, a breath of fresh air, is a neighbourhood carved out in an urban setting where people come together to celebrate life in all its glory.

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B1-Cadence Architects-Bengaluru

B1, Residence at Bengaluru, by Cadence Architects

The residence sits in an urban fabric where the immediate context is a busy street and a lack of foliage for the house to respond to. The house is designed on a plot measuring 45’x90’, located in a typical Indian neighbourhood flanking the busy street.

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