Posts Tagged ‘New Delhi’
Sunday, June 17th, 2018
Article source: AA Studio Consulting Pvt. Ltd.
The Embassy of the Republic of Korea in India is a classic piece of modern architecture and heritage designed in 1974 by architect Swoo-geun Kim(1931-1986), representing the Korean modern architecture. He was a master who deeply considered the relationship between architecture, human beings and the environment and translated it into a Korean idiom of modern architecture.
View from courtyard, Image Courtesy © Anwita + Arun
- Architects: AA Studio Consulting Pvt. Ltd.
- Project: Reinterpretation of Asian Architectural Ethos
- Location: Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, India
- Photography: Anwita + Arun
- Design Team: Chang-Hyun Kim, Seung-Hun Ham, Navendu Rode
- Client: Korean Embassy
- Principal Designer: Chang-Hyun Kim
- Contractors: YSSS India
- Project Cost: 13 Crores
- Build Area: 6,020 sqft
- Site Area: 191,660 sqft
- Year of Completion: 2015
Friday, April 6th, 2018
Article source: RENESA ARCHITECTURE DESIGN INTERIORS STUDIO
Learning environments are ever growing and changing. There is a growing awareness among societies and culture for pre-schools to be diverse and provide learning environments through the built form. As learning spaces re-focus on team-based, interdisciplinary learning, they are moving away from standardized , one-size-fits-all approach to teaching. Instead, it is becoming a norm that students learn in a variety of ways, and the differences be supported. Students often learn better by doing it themselves, so teachers are there to facilitate, not just to instruct. Here, the built Tetris-ized environment becomes an enabler and a catalyst to nurture the young minds of pre-school students.
Image Courtesy © Vibhor Yadav
- Architects: RENESA ARCHITECTURE DESIGN INTERIORS STUDIO
- Project: The Tetrisception
- Location: New Delhi, India
- Photography: Vibhor Yadav
- Design Team:
- Client: Mr. Nirmal Jain
- Founder| Principal Architect: Sanjay Arora
- Studio Head Architect| Concept Design Head: Sanchit Arora
- Interior Designer| Decor Head: Vandana Arora
- Studio Technical Head| Architectural: Virender Singh
- Architecture Intern: Manav Dang
- Studio In-charge: Dharminder Kumar
- Site Contractor – Star Construction: Mr. Umesh Mehta.
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
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
Sunday, August 13th, 2017
Article source: Anagram
South Asian Human Rights Documentation Centre (SAHRDC) is a non-governmental organisation which seeks to investigate, document and disseminate information about human rights. A small office with limited resources, the SAHRDC also runs an internship programme attracting scholars from universities in India and abroad. It required an office to be made on a 50 sqm plot emphasising spatial efficiency and cost effective construction.
Image Courtesy ©Anagram
- Architects: Anagram
- Project: Offices for the South Asian Human Rights Documentation Centre
- Location: New Delhi, India
- Design Team: Vaibhav Dimri and Madhav Raman
- Structure: Trabeated structure in concrete (Cast in situ) and Exposed Brick masonry
- Cost Of Construction: INR 2100000/- (Rupees Twenty One Lakh only)
- Site Area: 50 sqm.
- Covered Area: 172 sqm
- Construction Period: October 2004 -July 2005
Wednesday, July 12th, 2017
Article source: Design Forum International
The architectural construct of the national war memorial calls for the visual grandeur befitting a national monument and enmesh seamlessly with the magnificent India gate and the traditional Indian chattri. The visual grammar, vocabulary and material palette must be drawn entirely from lutyens’ architectural style; it should be like ‘Another Avatar of the Lutyens’ Order’. Equally, the experience intends to invoke in the visitor, the spirit of patriotism, allowing him to pause by creating a controlled visual field and guiding him/her to slowly transition towards a silent, solemn experience of respect and gratitude towards the brave soldiers who put ‘the nation before self’.
Image Courtesy © Design Forum International
Sunday, June 25th, 2017
Article source: Chaukor Studio
National War Memorial has been conceived by the Government of India to honour the memory of all the soldiers who have sacrificed their lives for the country. The Memorial is envisaged in the heart of the national capital of India, New Delhi and lies in the close vicinity of India Gate.
sajeev smarak, Image Courtesy © Chaukor Studio
- Architects: Chaukor Studio
- Project: War Memorial
- Location: New Delhi, India
- Software used: Autocad, sketch up, V-ray, Photoshop
Sunday, April 16th, 2017
Article source: Ultraconfidentiel Design
Amaury Watine along with his design team, have recently completed the renovation of a 2 leveled office in the depths of Saket, New Delhi.
Designed for a prestigious company as Swatch Group (7000 Sq.ft) , the existing was re planned with the view of housing 50-70 persons with an emphasis on spacious look and feel and of course efficiency.
Image Courtesy © Ultraconfidentiel Design
Friday, April 14th, 2017
Article source: Anagram Architects
Large urban residences both register and articulate financial and aspirational value. Catering as much to their inhabitants’ needs as to their whims, they are, at once, spaces of private indulgence as also objects of a more socially motivated aesthetic expression. Therefore, the luxurious and the exotic are sought in various ways from their design. In big cities, global market systems drive construction, fabrication and procurement logistics, and so, the extrinsic, or exotic, in terms of materiality and the machined, in terms of texture and precision, are more sought after and given greater value. Systems of architectural production also appear to have cleaved apart the relationships between making and material while form seems to rely heavily on geometries that ease the application of industrially mass produced and pre-engineered surface renders. Ironically, the search for the unusual in contemporary urban architecture seems akin to a walk in a “walled garden” of ubiquitous aesthetics.
Image Courtesy © André J Fanthome
- Architects: Anagram Architects
- Project: Outré House
- Location: Anand Niketan, New Delhi, India
- Photography: André J Fanthome
- Client: Satish Garg
- Design Team: Vaibhav Dimri, Madhav Raman, Ayush Prakash
- Civil Contractors: Adhunik Infrastructure
- Structural Engineers: Bmsf Design Consultants
- Other Consultants:
- Electrical: Squaretech Engineers
- Plumbing: DSR Engineering Services
Wednesday, March 1st, 2017
Article source: epistle Communications
Amidst the urban residential potpourri of South Delhi, with apartments and plotted developments occupying and maximizing literally every square footage of space available, Botanica attempts to create a landmark development within the contemporary residential building typology by creating spacious, high-on-luxury, three-side open apartments in the heart of Delhi. Through its scale, massing and materiality, Botanica aims to create a distinguished architectural character, conceiving an identity for itself as a boutique bio-luxury development, whilst providing spacious and functionally efficient environs for its residents.
Image Courtesy © Design Forum International (DFI)
- Architects: Design Forum International (DFI)
- Project: Botanica
- Location: Niti Bagh, New Delhi, India
- Client: Aero Developers Pvt. Ltd.
- Principal Architect: Goonmeet Singh Chauhan
- Design Team: Girish, Ruchi, Vikas Sharma, Farooq, Sanatomba, Nishant
- Structural: BMSF Design Consultants, New Delhi
- Mechanical: Paradise consultants
- Electrical: Paradise consultants
- Civil: Numex Techbuild Pvt. Ltd.
- Landscape: Habitat Design
- HVAC: Reagan Refrigeration
- Lighting: Manjuman Lighting Solutions
- Façade: Hyphen System Pvt. Ltd.