Small residential project

Tropical House, at Noida, U.P, by Unbox Design

Tropical House, at Noida, U.P, by Unbox Design

This tropical modern residence is a refreshing architectural amalgamation of well-lit interiors and a contemporary exterior. Surrounded by lush greens, this simplistic duplex structure gives us major goals on how a residence in a densely plotted neighborhood in a place like Noida can look like. – Unbox Design

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The’ Splash House’, at Ahmedabad, by The ART Container

Profile of the resident of the house, nuclear mid-aged family with child studying abroad, but loves to entertain guests. So, the public areas of leisure are extremely joyful with splashes of colors. Their only inclination was to have spectacular bright living spaces. – The ART Container

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Sangwan House, at Rohini, Delhi, India, by Habitat Design Collective

Sangwan House, at Rohini, Delhi, India, by Habitat Design Collective

Designed as a duplex for a family of three, Sangwan House sits quaintly at a corner plot in Delhi’s Karala Village, translating the client’s vision of having a small house but plenty of open space and green. It’s one of Habitat Design Collective’s (HDeCO) low-cost residential projects and has been designed and completed in INR 30 Lac (USD 43,500).
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Highway Restaurants Concept, at New Delhi, by Parag Singal Architects

The stirring proposal of Highway Bridge Restaurant was conceptualized by Parag Singal Architects. The idea is to build restaurants over National Highways that can be accessed from both sides of the road. Located on the center of the highway, it is almost impossible for the restaurant to go unnoticed by the motorists. It offers more visibility to the restaurant and makes it easier for the traveler to spot a place for refreshment, hence creating a win-win situation. – Parag Singal Architects

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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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The Flying Walls Hostel, at Rajkot, Gujarat, by Dhulia Architecture Design Studio

The Flying Walls Hostel, at Rajkot, Gujarat, by Dhulia Architecture Design Studio

The flying walls hostel project was commissioned to us by a company intending to provide their workers with a living space that promotes community living and wellbeing. The site is located on the outskirts of the city of Rajkot in a developing area with educational, industrial and hospitality buildings coming up. Despite the development, the site’s location provides unending views of the agricultural, grazing lands and the horizon.

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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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CHIRANTAN RESIDENCE, at NANDED, MAHARASHTRA, by 4TH AXIS DESIGN STUDIO

CHIRANTAN RESIDENCE, at NANDED, MAHARASHTRA, by 4TH AXIS DESIGN STUDIO

A design that is contextual, instantly lends the built structure a unique character, on account of specific and unique site conditions it responds to. Such is the case with this home too which is located in Maharashtra’s Nanded District. Envisioned by, Architect Amit Kasliwal and Architect Sagar Mundada of 4th Axis Design Studio for a family of four. This home, named ‘Chirantan’, anchors itself on a sprawling 3780-square-feet plot. It was brought on board to develop a narrow plot, facing a lush green field. Having studied the context as well the site constraints, the firm came up with a design for the home that does complete justice to its surroundings while simultaneously adhering to the crisp client brief—“a house that appreciates the tranquility of the green field” .

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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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All That Jazz, at New Delhi, by Mantra One

All That Jazz, at New Delhi, by Mantra One

Mantra One is a leading luxury lifestyle company that has been offering bespoke furniture since 2011. The 10 year old design-house has launched a new line of luxury collection that celebrates unexpected colours and unique material combinations, Mantra One stretches the boundaries of art, engineering and design to create exquisite contemporary furniture. From conceptualization to installation, the company goes the extra mile by offering design consultancy and crafting custom made products to make ‘dream homes’. The collection offers from designer sofas to an array of luxury beds, bars, tables and more.  

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Chaudhari House, at Pune, by M+P Architects Collaborative

Chaudhari House, at Pune, by M+P Architects Collaborative

This project has been a story of aspirations for us, for the clients, for the contractor, for the liasoning person, and for the entire team who made this happen. This plot was in a prime locality but was riddled with many riders related to setbacks, commercial use, road proposal, gunthewari etc. We discovered these after doing a few alterations of design. – M+P Architects Collaborative

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GHEI RESIDENCE at NANDED, MAHARASHTRA, by 4TH AXIS DESIGN STUDIO

GHEI RESIDENCE at NANDED, MAHARASHTRA, by 4TH AXIS DESIGN STUDIO

How does a 4200-square-foot plot in the heart of the City became a dream home for a family of four? The answer lies somewhere within the eclectic residence of Mr. Ajay Ghei who is a merchant and shares the dwelling with his wife and two daughters. This is a five-bedroom haven, with its well-defined form confronting a modern twist, shows how we achieved the vision. Though it is a single family dwelling, we made sure that every individual should get their own personal niche within. – 4TH AXIS DESIGN STUDIO

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