Posts Tagged ‘India’
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
Wednesday, November 5th, 2014
Article source: Anagram Architects
Kindred House was conceived as the residence for two brothers and their families.
Unlike a traditional Indian family which usually spans three or more generations with strict filial hierarchies, the clients in this project are kindred nuclear families. Therefore, the design called for multiple social spaces of overlapping territories and usage along with specific zones for each family unit and family member. It seeks to house an environment where the teenage cousins are together fostered by the four parents.
Image Courtesy © André J Fanthome
- Architects: Anagram Architects
- Project: Kindred House
- Location: India
- Photography: André J Fanthome
Friday, October 17th, 2014
Article source: Sanjay Puri Architect
An old factory warehouse was stripped off its external walls to allow the insides to be infused with natural light and create a view of the large trees along the road from its internal spaces that were transformed to a restaurant and a nightclub.
The upper level with a better view, houses a restaurant space and the lower level opening into an outdoor patio is a nightclub.
Image Courtesy © Sanjay Puri Architect
Architects: Sanjay Puri Architect
Location: MUMBAI, India (more…)
Wednesday, October 15th, 2014
Article source: Sparsh Design
We are driven by a passion for reclaiming the forgotten and worn materials in life so that they can enliven the lives and spaces of others. We are excited about the creative process and craftsmanship that goes in to creating functional works of art. We are dedicated to providing superior customer service, treating everyone equally with the respect that every human deserves. We are honest and hold ourselves accountable in everything that we do. We are hard workers and devoted to striving for excellence.
Image Courtesy © Sparsh Design
- Architects: Sparsh Design
- Project: Residence @ perambur barracks road
- Location: perambur barracks road, India
- Area: 1800 sft
- Material used: Exposed cement + Lime plastering finished with wax
- Reclaimed Burma teak wood: 6tons
Monday, September 8th, 2014
Article source: Creative Group
In a day and age where wide open spaces are hard to come by, Prof. Charanjit Shah pushed the envelope of GEMS school nurturing students in a beautiful green campus right in the heart of the smart city, Kochi. The school’s approach to learning is one which focuses not only on academic excellence but also in helping students develop their character, creativity, values, personal leadership and the spirit of enterprise necessary for them to achieve their full potential as global citizens and leaders of the future.
Image Courtesy © Creative Group
- Architects: Creative Group
- Project: GEMS School
- Location: Kochi, India
- Software used: AUTOCAD and Sketchup
Thursday, September 4th, 2014
Article source: Another Design International
Creative designers have persistence of visions to make waves in the industry. The international awarded designer Pal Pang from Another Design International was invited by the international acclaimed Indian developer Artha Property for a collaboration interior design project “One World” for Artha shares Pal’s devotion and passion in design, arts and culture.
Image Courtesy © Another Design International
Thursday, August 21st, 2014
Article source: Architecture Discipline
Designed as a first in a series of multi-designer pret stores, where the collections are themed and curated, Neel Sutra- the India Fashion store is emblematic of Indian Design ethos.
Sited at The New Oberoi Hotel in the suburban abode of NCR- Gurgaon, the hotel spawns a high-end luxury international experience. The brief was to create a unique and distinct design ambience that would be conspicuous within the context of other established global hi-design brands at the hotel and elsewhere in the vicinity.The customized and curated store, emblematic of Indian Fashion is conceived within this international collective construct as a step ahead of conventional high street retail to showcase a motley bunch of Indian fashion designers.Contemporary design in India usually expresses the complexity in Indian Design discourse with kitsch. The India Fashion Store is a cognizant attempt to stay away from Indian Kitsch, and instead craft a sacred space.
Image Courtesy © Jeetin Sharma
- Architects: Architecture Discipline
- Project: NEELSUTRA: The India Fashion Store
- Location: The Oberoi Gurgaon, India
- Photography: Jeetin Sharma
- Typology: Retail / Interior
- Name of Client: Deepika Govind / Sunil Sethi
- Name of Client’s Firm: Neelsutra Designs Pvt.Ltd.
- Principal Architect: Architecture Discipline
- Design Team: Akshat Bhatt, Aditya Tognatta, Nikhil Auluck
- Site Area (sq ft & sq m): 2,200 sq.ft or 204 sq.m.
- Built-Up Area (sq ft & sq m): 2,200 sq.ft or 204 sq.m.
- Start Date: Feburary 2013
- Completion Date: October 2013
- Total cost of project: Rs.1.75 Crore
- Structural: Isha Consultants Pvt. Ltd.: V.P. Aggarwal
- Electrical: Lirio Lopez.: Linus Lopez
- Lighting Design: Lirio Lopez.: Linus Lopez
- HVAC: System Aircon.: Yogesh Punjani
- Fire Fightng: Deepak Kumar & Associates.: Deepak Kumar
- PMC: Architecture Discipline
- Structural: Naushad Ali
- Electrical: Radheyshyam
- Civil: Dass Karigars
- HVAC: System Aircon
- Fire Fighting: Galaxy Engineers
- Façade: Art & Glass
- Carpentry & Woodwork: Naushad Ali
Tuesday, August 19th, 2014
Article source: Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop
Located in central Mumbai, our client builds a 6 story building, 2 for each apartment we simultaneously perform 3 interior design projects for 3 different clients, all from the same family; parents, (an older couple) and 2 families of young couples with children, each with different needs and personalities, this is how we address the same space with different distributions, each had a different reason on which interiors are designed, a concept far from typical housing in India, a space for living inside, contrasting with its urban context, with its social environment.
Image Courtesy © Bharath Ramamrutham.
- Architects: Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop
- Project: SDM APARTMENT
- Location: Mumbai, India
- Photography: Bharath Ramamrutham
- Software used: Autocad, to draw the plans and modeling with sketch up but many of our design are hand made.