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House By The Brahmaputra in Guwahati, India by STUDIO ADAPL

Sunday, November 19th, 2017

Article source: STUDIO ADAPL 

The location of site with its magnificent views of the Udaigiri hills & the mighty Brahamaputra river has played a major role in the designing of this house. The site is contoured, with the top most level perched upto the height of 7m from the approach road level. This height facilitated an unobstructed view of the river on the NW & the hills on the SE side. The land cutting for the ramp, servant’s quarter & the party hall has been used to fill the steep slope on the NW side resulting to a step terrace. This terrace is used by the lady of the house to enjoy her hobby of gardening. A cantilever deck juts out over this terrace. This deck is part of the outdoor space of the party hall that was carved out below the main house. The main bungalow is positioned on the flat portion of the topmost level of the contour.

Image Courtesy © STUDIO ADAPL

  • Architects: STUDIO ADAPL
  • Project: House By The Brahmaputra
  • Location: Guwahati, India


Gupta House in Mumbai, India by STUDIO ADAPL

Friday, November 17th, 2017

Article source: STUDIO ADAPL 

The inimitable part of designing this residence is the remodelling of existing layout resulting in a better layout with the optimum use of the carpet area. one enters the sprawling living room of the house opening up to the continuous balcony all around the house. a bright yellow jali couch, a large clock on the wall, a custom designed 5′ long crystal chandelier work as accent features. the colour palette is subtle with splashes of bright colours making the house vibrant. the 11′ high ceiling adds to the spaciousness of the house. the main objective of the design was to create a modern, humanist, comfortable house for the young family. this interior, works around the spirit of the dwellers in conjunction with the balance of styles, materials, textures, colours, contributing to the presence and the character of the space, transforming it into the simple & uncluttered core of the design.

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Hero Global Center for Innovation and Technology (HGCIT) in Jaipur, India by William McDonough + Partners

Friday, November 3rd, 2017

Article source: William McDonough + Partners

William McDonough + Partners Lead Architects for Hero MotoCorp Ltd.’s New Global Centre of Innovation and Technology.

• William McDonough + Partners (WM+P) was engaged by Hero MotoCorp Ltd. (HMCL), the world’s largest manufacturer of two-wheeled vehicles, to design three projects: A motorcycle assembly plant in Neemrana, completed in October 2014; the Global Centre of Innovation and Technology (CIT), which opened in March 2016; and a newly operational assembly plant in Halol, Gujarat.

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  • Architects: William McDonough + Partners
  • Project: Hero Global Center for Innovation and Technology (HGCIT)
  • Location: Village of Kukas, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
  • Principal in Charge: Roger Schickedantz
  • Project Director: John Easter
  • Design team: semac Consultants Pvt. Ltd. – Executive Architect + Engineers
  • Lead Architect: Ramesh Pangasa


Beauty Parlour & Bridal Studio in Kerala, India by Eminence Architects [Research + Design]

Tuesday, October 31st, 2017

Article source: Eminence Architects [Research + Design]

The perception of a beauty parlour, a salon or a bridal studio has changed over a period of time. Typical layouts or designs are stories of the past. When we were assigned to design a women’s beauty parlour and bridal studio, we decided to give a different experience to the clients who step in. The site was located on the ground floor among a row of small shops. It was a long and narrow rectangular space of about 330sqft.

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HKS House in Andhra Pradesh, India by SDeG

Monday, October 30th, 2017

Article source: SDeG

HKS house is located uphill in a quiet residential neighborhood in Visakhapatnam. The owners wanted a home with clearly delineated private spaces for the family, and a separate block to host guests and events. The building is therefore conceived as two programmed volumes held together by a bridge-corridor, landscaped courts, and shaded terraces.

Image Courtesy © Shamanth Patil

  • Architects: SDeG
  • Project: HKS House
  • Location: Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India
  • Photography: Shamanth Patil
  • Design Lead: Sujit Nair, Balaji T
  • Project Team: Sujit, Balaji, Hari Krishna, Pratibha, Gayathri, Shoaib, Siddharth
  • Structural Consultant: ISA Consultants
  • Electrical Consultant: PK Consultants
  • Budget: USD 600K
  • Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 1364 m2
  • Completion Year: 2017


The Floating Parasol House in Kerala, India by LIJO.RENY.architects

Sunday, October 29th, 2017

Article source: LIJO.RENY.architects

From the architect. Set in a semi urbanised strip that border a busy road in the otherwise sleepy suburb of Tirur,‘The Floating Parasol House’ sits on a linear plot with its shorter side abutting the street. Built for a privacy conscious family, the house was tucked towards the rear to accommodate a garden in the front, enclosed by means of a secondary landscape wall, that shield the house from the cacophony of the vehicular traffic and the commotions on the street.

Image Courtesy © Praveen Mohandas

  • Architects: LIJO.RENY.architects
  • Project: The Floating Parasol House
  • Location: Tirur, Kerala, India
  • Photography: Praveen Mohandas, LRa and Suneesh Suresh
  • Design Team: Reny Lijo, Lijo Jos
  • Contractors: Muneer,Thirur
  • Area: 898.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2015



Monday, October 23rd, 2017

Article source: SHROFFLEoN

Alibagh, often referred to as the Hamptons of Mumbai, is the location of choice for the Second Homes of Mumba is many. It is here, within the hilly village of Katalpada set amidst an exceptionally beautiful context of rolling undulated landscape, boasting of instagrammable views and surrounded by several picturesque hills, earmarked to be forest lands, does Aurelia find itself situated.

Image Courtesy © PHOTOGRAPHIX

  • Architects: SHROFFLEoN
  • Location: ALIBAGH, Maharashtra, India
  • Photography: PHOTOGRAPHIX
  • Team: Dhaval Jain, Kayzad Shroff, Maria Isabel Leon, Pratibha Singh, Sidharth Shah, Ronnie Balsara, Rumy Shroff, Tanushree Agarwal.
  • Consultants: Girish Wadhwa
  • Structural: Shirish Patki
  • Built Area: 185 Sqm
  • Year Of Completion: 2016


The Pedestrian Skywalk in Delhi, India by Chaukor Studio

Thursday, October 5th, 2017

Article source: Chaukor Studio

The development of various public transport modes in the metropolitan city of Delhi like railway line, Delhi metro, bus stops and auto-rickshaw stands has increased the number of pedestrians on the roads. Due to no proper walking space for the pedestrians on most of the major road junctions in the city, the intersection of the vehicular traffic with the pedestrians causes a call for alarm towards the safety of the people.

Is there an eco-friendly approach to address this problem without further compromising the safety of pedestrians and also help in revitalizing the city?

Image Courtesy © Chaukor Studio

  • Architects: Chaukor Studio
  • Project: The Pedestrian Skywalk
  • Location: Delhi, India


Planning Interactions – Designing Collaborations in Noida, India by Chaukor Studio

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017

Article source: Chaukor Studio

Successful work spaces thrive on environments designed for oscillating needs of people. The entrepreneurial air of the millennials has further diversified the typology of office spaces. They need a mix of functionality and flexibility. The shift in work culture has created a wave of co-working spaces catering to individuals and teams, with spaces for work and play.

Image Courtesy © Chaukor Studio

  • Architects: Chaukor Studio
  • Project: Planning Interactions – Designing Collaborations
  • Location: Sector-68, Noida, India
  • Project Estimate: Rs 5.4 Crore
  • Project Area: 25,000 sqft


Barn in Rajasthan, India by Priyanka Arjun and Associates

Thursday, September 28th, 2017

Article source: Priyanka Arjun and Associates


1. Traditional Stone with Lime mortar construction- Buildings made of stone and lime gain strength over years and can stand for centuries. Hence conventional methods of preparing lime mortar with local ingredients were employed. Local karigars (craftsmen) worked on the project.

2. Barn Style Architecture- Barn building style is merged with traditional Rajasthani architecture to suit hot and dry climate. This style is chosen as the client is British national.

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