Posts Tagged ‘India’
Monday, March 19th, 2018
Article source: Design Forum International (DFI)
Deriving inspiration from Ikebana, Japanese art and style of flower arrangement this iconic building is the sales and marketing office with an attached sample flat for Novell Ikebana, Neemrana.
Image Courtesy © Design Forum International (DFI)
- Architects: Design Forum International (DFI)
- Project: Experience Centre – Ikebana
- Location: Neemrana, Rajasthan, India
- Principal Architect: Anand Sharma
- Developer: Novell Group
- Design Team: Abhishek
- Site Area (sq ft & sq m): 22427.240 sqm(241404.79 sqft)
- Built-Up Area (sq ft & sq m): 76866 .567 sqm
Friday, February 16th, 2018
Article source: Studio Ardete
Located on a busy sectoral road of the city of Panchkula, the Pool House was designed for an elderly couple and their visiting family and friends. The design brief was to visualize a house exuding comfort, designed for relaxation and leisure.
The concept was to place emphasis on the courtyard and pool areas, with these acting as the focal point of the space.
The facade has been designed in two individual masses.
Image Courtesy © Purnesh Dev Nikhanj
- Architects: Studio Ardete
- Project: Pool Yard House
- Location: Sec – 7, Panchkula (Haryana), India
- Photography: Purnesh Dev Nikhanj
- Principal Architect: Ar Badrinath Kaleru
- Built Up Area: 496SQMT
- Completed: 2017
Friday, February 2nd, 2018
Article source: Neogenesis+Studi0261
The project aims in creating an economically modest built form for an agriculturist and his family. Abstraction of urban farming could be seen in both exterior and interior spaces. The design uses the natural light and the built form to its advantage.
Image Courtesy © The fishy project and Ishita Sitwala
- Architects: Neogenesis+Studi0261
- Project: Jungalow
- Location: Surat, India
- Photography: The fishy project, Ishita Sitwala
- Lead Architects: Chinmay Laiwala, Jigar Asarawala, Tarika Asarawala
- Design Team: Gopal Suthar, Umesh Anghan
- Completion Year: 25’March’2017
- Gross Built Area: 6000sq.ft
Wednesday, December 13th, 2017
Article source: Cadence Architects
The residence sits in an urban fabric where the immediate context is a busy street and a lack of foliage for the house to respond to. The house is designed on a plot measuring 45’x90’, located in a typical Indian neighbourhood flanking the busy street. The dense residential fabric of the neighbourhood, proximity of the neighbours and the busy street in front prompted the conception of an introverted building. Diagrammatically, the program of the house is laid out in the form an ‘H-shaped plan’ that wraps around a courtyard such that each arm of the ‘H’ flanks the courtyard. The open to sky courtyard, a highly sustainable element, not only becomes the point of interest and activity within the house, but also represents the ‘outside’ within the introverted house. The pergolas help shade the double height space and cut the glare, while the green wall helps in reducing the heat. The court is an oasis not just for light but for fresh air as well, where hot air escapes and fresh air comes through. Acting as a light well, the court enables the user to have a macro oasis within the house. The interiority of the house is designed to revolve around the experience of the garden, similar to that of a conventional courtyard/thotti house.
Image Courtesy © Sergio Ghetti
- Architects: Cadence Architects
- Project: B-one
- Location: Bangalore, India
- Photography: Sergio Ghetti
- Name of Client: Mr. Arun Bohra
- Principal Architect: Smaran Mallesh, Narendra Pirgal, Vikram Rajashekhar
- Design Team: Gowtham, Tanikewan, Rejin
- Site Area: 4000 sq. ft.
- Built-Up Area: 5700 sq. ft.
- Start Date: June 2014
- Completion Date: JULY 2016
Sunday, December 10th, 2017
Article source: Group DCA
Good interior design should be accessible to all in order to create vibrant and happy spaces. Workplace Design as a concept is constantly and consistently evolving with the onset of the Start-up and dot com era. There is a paradigm shift in the composition of workplaces, especially for the younger generation with regards to the spaces representing ideology, social status, work ethic and lifestyle choices. Designed for this changing concept of workspaces, is a collaborative co-working space in South Delhi, the ‘JD office.’ Built on a double format workspace with an area of 550 sq.ft, the space is designed to accommodate several startups and small companies, accommodating their varying needs. The client brief called for a double format, to ensure that multiple, individual firms could occupy this workspace on lease. The major design challenge was to conceive a place that is quirky and youthful, while ensuring comprehensive functionality for startups and digital setups.
Image Courtesy © Group DCA
- Architects: Group DCA
- Project: JD office
- Location: New Delhi, India
Thursday, December 7th, 2017
Article source: v2com
Taking a cue from the old city streets of Mathura city in India where this project is located, this 800 room students’ hostel creates organic spaces.
Designed in 4 level high, 5 linear blocks, the built spaces snake across a wedge shaped site twisting and turning along their length. Sitting adjacent to repetitive hostel blocks on the east and west these new hostels within a large university campus create individual spaces within a discernible identity in each part of the layout.
Rear Cafeteria and Gymnasium View, Image Courtesy © Dinesh Mehta
- Architects: Sanjay Puri Architects
- Project: The Street
- Location: Mathura, U.P., India
- Photography: Dinesh Mehta
- Client: GLA University
- Designers: Sanjay Puri, Ishveen Bhasin
- Budget: $ 6,108,300
- Area: 2,11,000 Sq.f.t
- Project dates/project end date: September 2015 – March 2017
Thursday, November 23rd, 2017
Article source: Eminence Architects [Research + Design]
The brief from the client was simple and short “a house with more floor space and an exterior with striking appearance in contrast with the surrounding”. The old house was about 890 sqft of build-up area with road on the north side. It was a single storied house which had a small living room, dining room, two bedrooms with attached toilets and a small kitchen. The house was expanded to 1900 sqft.
Image Courtesy © Eminence Architects [Research + Design]
Thursday, November 23rd, 2017
Article source: Mold Design Studio
The Rosewood Service apartments are designed keeping in mind the concept of a home away from home. The intent was to create a development with 44 all-in-one rooms, with all appropriate facilities including a self-sufficient pantry.
Image Courtesy © Mold Design Studio
Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017
Article source: GA design
Conceived as a comfort-oriented restaurant, with classic aesthetics and relaxed ambience, Flavours’n’spice has been designed in a modern contemporary style for a gymkhana (sports club) in Mumbai. With a client brief of a day and night, fine dining restaurant to accommodate 110 people along with sufficient private and group dining spaces for all age groups, the creation of a warm and relaxed atmosphere was of utmost importance to enhance the dining experience of the patrons. The overall design intent therefore attempts to create a timeless design using an organic approach that brings the nature outside into the indoors. An elegant, earthy colour palette is used in the interiors to further augment the warm, relaxed and cosy aesthetic that is typically seen in old English Restaurants, while the décor is inherently contemporary Indian in style.
Image Courtesy © Prashant Bhat
- Architects: GA design
- Project: Flavours And Spice Restaurant
- Location: Matunga, Mumbai, India
- Photography: Prashant Bhat
- Principal Architect: Rajan & Ritu Goregaoker
- Design Team: Yogesh / Manoj
- Site Area (sq ft & sq m): 4550 SFT / 423 SQ MTR
- Start Date: February 2016
- Completion Date: June 2016
Tuesday, November 21st, 2017
Article source: SPACES ARCHITECTS@ka
The brief was to design a 1500 sq.m. showroom for a tile distributor in New Delhi, India. With the requirements of the client, came along the passion for their work over three generations in the tile industry. They wanted the showroom to be a museum in which they would showcase the tiles as their beloved possessions.
Open central aisle with display areas on either sides., Image Courtesy © SPACES ARCHITECTS@ka