Delhi

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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Rejuvenation of  Dilli Kali Badi by concept SG

Rejuvenation of Dilli Kali Badi, by conceptSG Ltd

A lady in a pink saree and a mauve shawl was sat in front of a large sculpted wall, soaking the winter sun with her head bowed. Strangely enough, there are many spaces around this public place designed to relax, but she chose a spot that was not intentionally designed for seating. As architects, we design spaces for use, yet there are uses such as this which is hard to comprehend but it exists as a result of something else. In this particular case it happens to be the Rejuvenation project of the oldest Kali Badi Complex at Mandir Marg, New Delhi

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|| चश्मा || Optics Express, Delhi by Sync Design Studio

|| चश्मा || Optics Express, at Delhi, by Sync Design Studio

The ‘Optics Express’ is an adaptive project that has been conceptualized on the progressive composition of different elements and contrasting materiality. It is a marriage of customized optical objects removed from their original context and then combined with a purposeful concept to result in an art like installation gallery with a bold and minimal ideology. The clients need was to symbolize their own brand with more unique and architectural identity, in addition to being a special retail for eyewear. The resulting product was an artistically crafted representation of art in the optics world. – Sync Design Studio

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Unbuilt: JAI Club House at Yamuna Nagar, Delhi, by Layers Studios for Design and Architecture

The club house for JAI Plant at Yamuna Nagar has been envisaged as a multi-purpose space which shall be utilized for the various activities the plant’s employees indulge in apart from their daily work routines, be it their sporting activities, social gatherings, an evening tea with colleagues and guests or for various workshops and seminars the company holds for its staff.

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B.Arch Thesis: JASHAN-e-PUNJAB By Harkunwar Singh Kanwal, School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi

B.Arch Thesis: JASHN-e-PUNJAB By Harkunwar Singh Kanwal, School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi

The idea behind this architectural intervention in the city of Amritsar is to hit the psychological nerve of the people and make them spiritually aware about the rich culture they belong to and rejuvenate the socio-cultural essence of the city and the state. This proposal is foreseen to add to the already booming tourism of the city. It showcases Indian culture, crafts and sports on a global level and exhibits culture of rural India with all its colours and vigour.

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Casa Bonita-Linear Concepts-Delhi

Casa Bonita, The Leaf House at Delhi, by Linear Concepts

The 450 sq yards house, sits in the dense metroscape of Delhi which has been designed for a business family comprising of three generations. The main brief provided by the client was to keep the rooms spacious and luxurious and at the same time use of the ample natural light.

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Mod School, Yamuna Khadar, Swati Janu and Nidhi Sohone

The ModSkool at Yamuna Khadar, New Delhi – Swati and Nidhi help the community build their own school

ModSkool emerged out of this need to provide for a community that survives with tenacity in a place they are not allowed to. It is also representative of a space that asserts the rights of a community to sustain and grow. ‘Van Phool’, the name was coined by the school’s Founder G.S. Labana to symbolise how a wildflower often manages to grow even in a hostile environment.

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