Tag: Residences

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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Lijo.Reny.Architects - The house Within the Grid

The House Within The Grid, at Thrissur, Kerala, by LIJO.RENY.architects

Located in a leafy neighbourhood, designed by LIJO.RENY.architects, ‘The House within the Grid’ sits on a slightly elevated plot accessed by a silent road. Designed for a doctor couple and their 4 children, based in Sharjah, this house was meant as a place for relaxation, rejuvenation and bonding during their frequent visits to Kerala.

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Stepped House at Coonoor, by Studio Lotus

The stepped house designed by Studio Lotus is based on a structural grid of retaining walls: a main wall that spans the entire length of the project along with intermittently-spaced walls across its width. Embodying a character typical of its location, these stone walls act as prominent design elements in the scheme; defining and demarcating areas.

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