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The Breathing Wall Residence in Kerala, India by Lijo.Reny Architects

Sunday, March 27th, 2016

Article source: Lijo.Reny Architects

From the architect. It was difficult to know if it was day or night or for that matter rain or sunshine, while inside the client’s previous dingy home that stood on this site and they craved for a new lease of life!

Image Courtesy © Praveen Mohandas

Image Courtesy © Praveen Mohandas

  • Architects: Lijo.Reny Architects
  • Project: The Breathing Wall Residence
  • Location: Nellikunnu, Thrissur, Kerala, India
  • Photography: Praveen Mohandas, Suneesh Suresh, LRa
  • Structure: Rosmy, Keystone Engineers
  • Area: 2200.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2015

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Stone House in Jodhpur, India by Design Atelier

Thursday, March 10th, 2016

Article source: Design Atelier

In Jodhpur, we fondly use stone in design, together with structural concrete and wood. To us, traditional building materials play an important role in architecture, because in the hot 45-degree sun, buildings need to take into account the local weather as also a tool to achieve a connection with the historical ambience. Over the years, the use of local stone has created an omnipresent relationship between the stone urbanscape and architecture. We have added to that mix a contemporary sensibility, and a climate cooling effect of water garden and plants seen through Floor-to-ceiling windows with screens are designed to maximise view over the water gardens, and soft surfaces that do not reflect abundant natural light. The extent of the detailed use of stone screens and expensive detailing is limited by financial possibilities.

Image Courtesy © Design Atelier

Image Courtesy © Design Atelier

  • Architects: Design Atelier
  • Project: Stone House
  • Location:  Jodhpur, India

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Cyberwalk in Manesar, Gurgaon, India by DFI Architects

Thursday, March 10th, 2016

Article source: Epistle communications

“Man belongs to nature and that is how he has been designed to function.”

Originating from this notion, CYBERWALK was conceived to bring man and nature together, within an office environment that would enable better Ideation, creative thinking that would lead to innovation in a relaxed working environment.

Image Courtesy © DFI Architects

Image Courtesy © DFI Architects

  • Architects: DFI Architects
  • Project: Cyberwalk
  • Location: Sector 109, Manesar, Gurgaon, India
  • Client: Aarone Group
  • Design Team: Girish, Dilvir, Naveen, Vikas Madaan
  • Site Area: 10.00 acres
  • Built-Up Area: 18.40 Lakh Sq.Ft.
  • Start Date: 2008
  • Completion Date: November, 2012

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South Bay Mumbai, India by ARK Reza Kabul Architects

Tuesday, March 8th, 2016

Article source: ARK Reza Kabul Architects 

The South Bay, anchored in the heart of the island city of Mumbai, resembles the form of a luxurious cruise ship ready to set sail. Designed by ARK Reza Kabul Architects for Mesacon & Triumph Realty, the 70 meter tall structure sits on a plot at the arterial Hughes Road. The contemporary design comes as an organic response to its surrounding. Strategically placed on the arterial road; right at the South bound foot of the Kemps Corner flyover, makes the iconic structure hard to miss while passing by.

Image Courtesy © ARK Reza Kabul Architects

Image Courtesy © ARK Reza Kabul Architects

  • Architects: ARK Reza Kabul Architects
  • Project: South Bay
  • Location: Hughes Road, Mumbai, India
  • Developer: Mesacon & Triumph Realty
  • Scope: Architecture, Interiors, Landscape
  • Floors: Lobby + Parking + 17 Residential + Sky Lounge
  • Height: 70 meters

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Joy Legend in Mumbai, India by ARK Reza Kabul Architects

Sunday, March 6th, 2016

Article source: ARK Reza Kabul Architects 

Located at the posh and glamorous cosmopolitan suburb of Mumbai, Joy Legend boasts of a luxurious lifestyle worthy of envy. Spread across 1 acre in Khar West, the magnificent multi-storey tower has two wings adding a touch of luxury to the legendary lifestyles of the upper echelon of Mumbai.

Image Courtesy © ARK Reza Kabul Architects

Image Courtesy © ARK Reza Kabul Architects

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“HYPERIONS” AGRITECTURAL GARDEN TOWERS FOR JAYPEE GREENS SPORTS CITY in GREATER NOIDA, INDIA by VINCENT CALLEBAUT ARCHITECTURES

Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

Article source: VINCENT CALLEBAUT ARCHITECTURES

Stop the Ecocide:Onwards to the agroecological revolution

My name is Amlankusum. I’m a 45-year old Hindu agroecologist. For the past five years, I’ve lived with my family in the heart of a plus-energy, vertical eco-neighborhood called “Hyperions” producing more energy than it consumes. In collaboration with architects, agricultural engineers, agronomistsand farmers,I eco-conceived this garden towersproject rooted in JaypeeGreens Sports City, with the double objective of energy decentralization and food deindustrialization. My approach is holistic, combining the best of low-tech and high-tech instead ofsystematically opposing them. Our aim is to reconcile urban renaturationand small-scale farming with environment protection and biodiversity.

Image Courtesy © VINCENT CALLEBAUT ARCHITECTURES

Image Courtesy © VINCENT CALLEBAUT ARCHITECTURES

  • Architects: VINCENT CALLEBAUT ARCHITECTURES
  • Project: “HYPERIONS” AGRITECTURAL GARDEN TOWERS FOR JAYPEE GREENS SPORTS CITY
  • Location: Jaypee Greens Sports City, Greater Noida, New Delhi, India
  • Client: Confidential
  • Program: Six multi-use wooden & timber towers, co-offices, housing, agroecology, agroforestry, permaculture, aquaponic, urban farming, etc
  • Housing Surface Area: 119 582 m²
  • Average Size Of Each Unit: 85 M²
  • Dimension: 36 storeys, 128.20 meters height including rooftop and sky footbridges
  • Status: Schematic Design Phase

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The Pavilion of Canopies in West Bengal, India by Abin Design Studio

Friday, February 26th, 2016

Article source: Abin Design Studio

Built for accommodating the activities of a religious festival for a tribal community that resides in the lush countryside west of Kolkata, the driving concept behind the design was to celebrate tribal life, rituals and the symbiotic relationship with the forest. The fascinating surroundings of the Pavilion of Canopies are reflected in its design. An earnest attempt has been made to raise awareness about the enrichment and conservation of forestlands and the communities residing within them by highlighting their lives within the forest. The design experience was to abstract the journey through a lush forest of canopies and arrive at the sight of glorious divinity. This was similar to the ancient Indian ritual of undertaking a pilgrimage through the forest to seek divine enlightenment. Since the site is also surrounded by dense greenery the design seeks to formally reflect this contextual characteristic.

Aerial view of the pavilion at night , Image Courtesy © Sayantan Chakraborty

Aerial view of the pavilion at night , Image Courtesy © Sayantan Chakraborty

  • Architects: Abin Design Studio
  • Project: The Pavilion of Canopies
  • Location: Bansberia, West Bengal, India
  • Photography: Sayantan Chakraborty, Abin Chaudhuri, Subhrajit G.Mitra
  • Client: Kishor Sangha Community
  • Design Team: Abin Chaudhuri, Sayantan Chakraborty, Debkishor Das, Toton K. Mondal
  • Carpentry: Bilash Das
  • Area: 150 sqm
  • Project Year: 2015
  • Software used: Autocad

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Lookup HQ in Bangalore, India by Bhumiputra Architecture

Tuesday, February 16th, 2016

Article source: Bhumiputra Architecture

From the architect. Our design for Lookup’s new offices is based on one core principle: the requirement of flexible, open workspaces for a young, dynamic team. Our vision was to design a space that was minimal yet confident and most importantly, efficient.

Image Courtesy © Bhumiputra Architecture

Image Courtesy © Bhumiputra Architecture

  • Architects: Bhumiputra Architecture
  • Project: Lookup HQ
  • Location: Koramangala, Bangalore, India
  • Software used: Autocad, Sketchup, Lumion
  • Client: Deepak Ravindran
  • Project Area: 5000 sft
  • Completion of project: January 2016

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Indian Oil Administration and Training in Haryana, India by VYOM

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

Article source: VYOM

The Indian Oil campus in Panipat is significant in having achieved a LEED Gold certification. This building is one of its kinds with its vision on the concept of sustainability. The essential outcomes include site sustainability, indoor environment quality, effective waste management, energy and water efficiency and regional priority besides the innovative design approach with green power generation.

Image Courtesy © VYOM

Image Courtesy © VYOM

  • Architect: VYOM
  • Project: Indian Oil Administration and Training Building, Panipat Naptha Cracker Project
  • Location: Panipat, Haryana, India
  • Software used: AutoCAD, Sketchup
  • Built up Area: 19,700 sq.m.
  • Site Area: 1,05,250 sq.m.
  • Project Cost: INR 168 crores
  • Completion Year: 2011
  • Scope: Architecture & Project Management Consultancy

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Vellore House in Tamil Nadu, India by Made in Earth ONLUS

Sunday, January 24th, 2016

Article source: Made in Earth ONLUS

Vellore House hosts twenty abandoned and parentless children in support to a special care program that follows deprived children from early childhood and beyond in education and training. The project layout was defined through a participative process that has allowed to solve the main issues of this special family: children feel protected and free to play, while the mummy can watch them confidently. Functions are divided into five volumes arranged in order to form two little courtyards. In the center, under a wide flat roof, the dining and gathering space can be completely opened up on two sides.

Image Courtesy © Made in Earth Onlus

Image Courtesy © Made in Earth Onlus

  • Architects: Made in Earth ONLUS
  • Project: Vellore House
  • Location: Tamil Nadu, India
  • Program: Children Home
  • Donor: Main dans la Main
  • Inhabitants: 20 abandoned or parentless children
  • Spaces: 3 dormitories, 1 bedroom, living room, kitchen, office, bathrooms, storage
  • Courtyards: 100 sq meters
  • Footprint area: 365 sq meters
  • Site area: 5600 sq meters
  • Construction costs: 70.000 €
  • Chronology: 2014-2015

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