Tag: Unbuilt Architectural Projects by Indian Architects

International Design Competition – STANDARD HOUSING & RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT – MOSCOW, Horizon Design Studio

The elementary vision of Horizon Design Studio behind the Master planning of Urban Block is to create a series of mixed use blocks / neighborhoods’ of outstanding and unique quality, establishing the area as an accessible, attractive and sustainable development , well integrated into the surrounding local built environment , streets and open spaces of the Moscow city’s suburb or elsewhere in Russia.

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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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Studio UnTAG-Barefoot School of Crafts Goa

Unbuilt: BAREFOOT SCHOOL OF CRAFTS, made in Goa – Competition Entry for Serendipity Arts Festival by Studio UnTAG

The school is envisioned as a composition of two linear pavilions, one housing the classrooms / exhibits, the other housing a large multipurpose space, the two separated by a green court. These pavilions are planned on a replicable cost effective grid of 4.5m, thus giving the flexibility of adapting to various site conditions, creating multiple iterations of the same base plan. – Studio UnTAG

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SULA-Environ-Planners

Resort for Sula Winery at nashik, by Environ Planners

The client’s vision was to extend and refurbish his heritage winery into a boutique resort nestled in an established vineyard with the panoramic dam view. Accompanying this was a desire for a hospitality experience that celebrated their wine production. He wanted a building that would engage, evoke and establish a dialogue with the exiting surroundings.

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