Unbuilt Project: The Trapezium House at Bengaluru, by Girish Dariyav Karnavat


The Trapezium House - Girish Dariyav KarnavatOne entry through the garage in the East is the access to a small office space as well as the house, and yet another in the North leads directly to the living room. Living, dining, master bedroom, kitchen and related services occupy the ground floor, while the children’s bedroom, study, guest room and family room are located on the first floor. The basement has an additional bedroom that also doubles up as a yoga space. Courtyards and cutouts bring volumetric relief to the otherwise dense house form. Further, the facades on the ground floor are opened up to allow spaces to directly engage with the margin all around.


Project Facts

Name of the clients: Alice and Sunil Abraham
Location: Bangalore, Karnataka
Built up area: 3750 sq ft
Site area: 3192 sq ft
Stage: Ongoing

Team / Consultants:
Principal Architect: Girish Dariyav Karnawat
Assistant architect: Mukthi Hegde
Structural consultant: Planning System

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