Posts Tagged ‘India’
Tuesday, April 14th, 2015
Article source: THE PURPLE INK STUDIO
Project overview – the challenge
Occupying a strategic position in the heart of Bangalore city, India, the project is in close proximity with some of the best hospitality, medical and commercial facilities in the city. The clients brief saw a potential for limited ‘Sky Villas’ where the architecture would re-interpret new levels of luxury in living. The built form also had to capture the richness of its vibrant and significant urban context of the city.
The design challenge was to capitalize on the potential of the 30,000 Sqft site without compromising on the existing green cover and minimizing the ecological footprint of the structure.
Image Courtesy © SHAMANTH PATIL
- Architects: THE PURPLE INK STUDIO
- Project: KINGS HOUSE APARTMENTS
- Location: BANGALORE, INDIA
- Photography: SHAMANTH PATIL
- STRUCTURAL CONSULTANTS: DESIGN VENTURES INDIA PVT LTD
- LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS: GREEN PIECE LANDSCAPE INDIA PVT LTD
- M.E.P CONSULTANTS: McD BUILT ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH LABORATORY PVT LTD
- OWNERS: KINI FAMILY, DUBAI
- GROSS AREA: 80,000 Sqft
Saturday, April 4th, 2015
Article source: INT-HAB architecture +design studio
The residence is located in one of the prime localities of South Bengaluru, Karnataka. It is within a closed community of 600 houses. The site area being 2885 Sqft whereas the total built up of the residence was achieved up to 4600 Sqft. The residence is a G + 1 structure.
Image Courtesy © INT-HAB architecture +design studio
Sunday, March 8th, 2015
Article source: OHO STUDIOZ
The proposed urban farm comprises of 400000 sq.ft of floor space and a sprawling landscape located on the outskirts of Bangalore, the IT hub of India. Integrating organic farming with that of the built environment is the USP of this project. The concept of green and sustainable building is the basic theme on which the urban farm project has been developed.
Image Courtesy © OHO STUDIOZ
- Architects: OHO STUDIOZ
- Project: urban farm
- Location: Bengaluru, India
Friday, January 30th, 2015
Article source: KAPIL AGGARWAL
An Architect’s office of 1500 sqft. (150 SQM.)in basement has been conceptualized as an open office, the office space on two levels, the lower to be used as workstation. The office design was conceptualized to be place which being leisure is also conductive for people to work in a creative environment, a workplace to enjoy. The zoning of spaces is justified keeping the main cabin with attached conference at the rear to maintain privacy as well as visually connecting it to front office. As the front office space is narrow with regards to rear part, the front space is used as a gallery with walls in cement finish highlighting the project display.
Image Courtesy © Bharat Aggarwal
- Architects: KAPIL AGGARWAL
- Project: SPACES ARCHITECT’S @ka OFFICE
- Location: New Delhi, INDIA
- Photography: Bharat Aggarwal
- Completion: 2013
- Built up area: 1500sqft
- Design Team: KAPIL AGGARWAL, PAWAN SHARMA, CHANDER KAUSHIK, KARAN ARORA
- Site Supervision: ARVIND PAL SINGH
- Client: Kapil Aggarwal
- Carpentry Contractor: Manoj Carpenters
- Finalist at “World Inside Festival-2014” in office interior category.
- Shortlisted in the longlist “World Interiors News-2014” office category.
- Featured by Vogue magazine among the 12 top offices in the world-2014.
Friday, January 30th, 2015
Article source: CollectiveProject
Ekya Early Years: Kanakapura Road reconceives an abandoned watch factory and overgrown two acre site into a lush, colorful and immersive environment for learning. Designed as an exclusive preschool for both Montessori and Kindergarten environments, the new design capitalizes on the beauty of an old industrial building, repurposing the existing shell as a framework for spacious, naturally ventilated and sunlight filled classrooms.
Image Courtesy © CollectiveProject
- Architects: CollectiveProject
- Project: Ekya Early Years: Kanakapura Road
- Location: Bangalore, India
- Design Team: Cyrus Patell, Eliza Higgins, Ajantha S, Grégoire Rossignol
- Design Scope: Architectural Renovation, Interiors and Landscape
- Area: Approx. 25,000 sqft
- Status: Completed July, 2014
Tuesday, January 27th, 2015
Article source: Line of Force Architects
Designed as a nuclear family residence for a couple and their three children, Gurmail residence is envisaged as a quiet, natural retreat in sync with the latest technological aspects for the globally travelled techie client. Answering the challenge of creating a simple, automated yet distinguished design complying with the strict by-laws of the city, we decided to utilize the assets like a corner plot, favorable wind direction and excellent views to a well manicured garden in the front, to their maximum.
Image Courtesy © Purnesh Dev
- Architects: Line of Force Architects, Panchkula
- Project: House 1288
- Location: Sec-19, Chandigarh, India
- Photography: Purnesh Dev
- Client: Gurmail Singh
- Project Year: 2013
- Site Area: 420 m2
Saturday, January 17th, 2015
Article source: Archohm
The big blank concrete central library of the Shoolini University in Solan, over looks a beautiful green valley. Conceptually, this four floor structure is an intense interconnected volume of voids and solids, connecting the entire building as a large functional plate.
Image Courtesy © Andre J Fanthome& Mridu Sahai
- Architects: Archohm
- Project: Yognanda Library
- Location: Solan, India
- Photography: Andre J Fanthome& Mridu Sahai
Saturday, November 22nd, 2014
Article source: iSTUDIO architecture
The Brick House, situated amidst rural settlements in Wada, near Mumbai,India, is a 2500 sq.ft. farmhouse set within hills and farms. The impact of the architecture of the structure is strong, leading the viewer to a new observation, not allowing him to be complacent about the space which he occupies. The organic form emerges from the ground and flows into the skyline, following curved dips and peaks.
Image Courtesy © iSTUDIO architecture, External view showing curved dips and peaks
Thursday, November 20th, 2014
Article source: Architecture BRIO
Partly a building, partly a challenge course, the Laureus Foundation sponsored Learning Pavilionis an interactive building used as a gathering space and play area for Mumbai’s underprivileged children.
Image Courtesy © Architecture BRIO
- Architects: Architecture BRIO
- Project: learning pavilion
- Location: Magic Bus Centre for Experiential Learning, Karjat, Mumbai, India
- Design Team: Robert Verrijt, Shefali Balwani, Sahil Deshpande, Pankaj Chakraborty, Ryan Mcloughlin
- Structural Design: Vijay K. Patil Associates
- Client: Magic Bus India Foundation
- Sponsors: Laureus Foundation
- Area: 275 sq.m.
Wednesday, November 12th, 2014
Article source: Girimun Architects
This mixed-use development in Greater Noida Extension will act as a commercial hub for the developing region. Five levels of retail and a green terraced roof form a shopping and entertainment platform directly connected to 45,000 sqm of office space distributed in two towers. The towers are strategically positioned to enclose, shade and shelter a beautiful semi-sunken out-door event space that opens up towards the residential vicinity.
Image Courtesy © Girimun Architects
- Architects: Girimun Architects
- Project: Regal Emporia
- Location: Great Noida, India
- Size: 50,000 m2
- Client: Investor Clinic
- Architect Team: Mauro Resnitzky
- Opening: 2015