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Corbel House in Kerala, India by Kamat & Rozario Architecture

Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

Article source: Kamat & Rozario Architecture 

The design developed from the client’s brief, which was to have a modern house inspired from the family’s roots in Kerala, India. We looked towards traditional palace construction of Kerala for inspiration.

Image Courtesy © Kamat & Rozario Architecture


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.

Image Courtesy © Eminence Architects [Research + Design]


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


Elathur House in Kerala, India by Playgroup Studio

Sunday, March 5th, 2017

Article source: Playgroup Studio

The primary challenge was to retain an existing house on the site and build a complete new structure over it while retaining the basic functionality of the original structure. The new building was designed on a completely distinct set of circular columns which were placed strategically to avoid the existing walls and foundations. The new structure, aligned at an angle, floats over the lower structure. Roof of the existing structure was demolished and the space between the new and old structure was sealed with continuous frameless glass panes, maintaining the individuality of the two structures. The old structure was stripped off its plaster and the original large laterite stones revealed.

Image Courtesy © Esha Daftari

  • Architects: Playgroup Studio
  • Project: Elathur House
  • Location: Calicut, Kerala, India
  • Lead Architects: Harsh Patel
  • Photography: Esha Daftari
  • Other participants (eg. collaborators, clients, consultants, etc): Basil Thomas (Structural Engineer), Rajeev (Project Manager), Karan Gajjar, Aman Amin, Albert Rajkumar, Abhirami Murali, Dennis Peter
  • Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 4,000 sqft
  • Completion Year: 2016


Traditional Kerala Home Design in India by Comelite Architecture & Structure

Friday, November 18th, 2016

Article source: Comelite Architecture & Structure

A grand private residence in Kerala, India needed interior design for its dining room, living room and courtyard. Strong use of gold was asked for to create a classy look in the living room. Also in the starting stage, theme colors of onion, cream and gold were selected for the design.

Image Courtesy © Comelite Architecture & Structure

Image Courtesy © Comelite Architecture & Structure

The Breathing Wall Residence in Kerala, India by Lijo.Reny Architects

Sunday, March 27th, 2016

Article source: Lijo.Reny Architects

From the architect. It was difficult to know if it was day or night or for that matter rain or sunshine, while inside the client’s previous dingy home that stood on this site and they craved for a new lease of life!

Image Courtesy © Praveen Mohandas

Image Courtesy © Praveen Mohandas

  • Architects: Lijo.Reny Architects
  • Project: The Breathing Wall Residence
  • Location: Nellikunnu, Thrissur, Kerala, India
  • Photography: Praveen Mohandas, Suneesh Suresh, LRa
  • Structure: Rosmy, Keystone Engineers
  • Area: 2200.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2015


Cliff House in Kerala, India by Khosla Associates

Thursday, May 8th, 2014

Article source: Khosla Associates

The house is located in Chowara, a fishing village, 30 minutes from Thiruvananthapuram, in Kerala, South India.

Perched 200 ft. above an expansive stretch of green along the Arabian Sea coast, at the edge of a cliff, its most prominent feature is an asymmetrical sloping roof set against the fronds of a coconut plantation. Opening its embrace to the warm sea breezes, the home covers an area of 1397 sqm. A skewed 45m long sheer concrete wall supporting the single lightweight triangulated canopy roof lunges out towards the view. The external and internal finishes are polished cement, concrete and rough slate juxtaposed against warm slatted timber and naturallocal kotastone. Furniture and accessories are kept to a minimal, so that the focus doesn’t stray from the natural environment.

Bharath Ramamrutham (photos, courtesy Khosla Associates).

Bharath Ramamrutham (photos, courtesy Khosla Associates).

  • Architects: Khosla Associates
  • Project: Cliff House
  • Location: Kerala, India
  • Photography: Bharath Ramamrutham (photos, courtesy Khosla Associates).
  • Project Team: Sandeep Khosla, Amaresh Anand and Praveena A.
  • Client: Mike Manwaring
  • Site Area: 4,046 sq m.
  • Built up Area: 1,397 sq m.
  • Structural Engineering: Manjunath & Co.
  • Landscaping: Hariyalee Consultants
  • Interior Design: Khosla Associates.


Green Roof Residence in Kerala, India by Lijo Reny Architects

Saturday, July 9th, 2011

Article source: Lijo Reny Architects

“I don’t want my house to be seen from the road”, “I don’t want a typical Malayali NRI house” These two important suggestions from the client, directed the architects to design a house with a sweeping green roof hiding the otherwise visible form of the house from the road. If at all anyone got a glimpse of the house they would keep guessing as to what it was, an approach as such towards residential design is new to this place, where most designers fail (read avoid) to think beyond their visual architectural history, let alone a layman.

Image Courtesy Lijo Reny architects

  • Architects: Lijo Reny Architects
  • Project: Green Roof Residence
  • Location: West Kadungallur, Aluva, Kerala, India
  • Cleint: Dr. Ismail and Family
  • Buit up Area: 4,500 Sqft
  • Status: Nearing Completion
  • Photographs: Courtesy of Lijo Reny architects
  • Software used: AutoCAD, 3DS Max and Photoshop


Residence at Punkunnam in Kerala, India by Lijo Reny Architects

Thursday, July 7th, 2011

Article source: Lijo Reny Architects

The compound wall is a simple contemporary design, which breaks at two points, on either side of the site, to form horizontal openings that give a glimpse of the serene landscape within. The compound wall was designed in this fashion so that it compliments the building within it. It accommodates two entries to the site, a vehicular gate & a wicket gate. The wicket gate stands under a gateway that which is totally contemporary and a very good example of how traditional elements can be used in a modern context. The gateway connects the compound wall to the house visually, a point that is missed in most of the houses today.

Residence at Punkunnam (Image Courtesy LIJO RENY architects)

  • Architects: Lijo Reny Architects
  • Project: Residence at Punkunnam
  • Location: Thrissur, Kerala, India
  • Interior & Landscape Design: LIJO RENY architects
  • Project year: 2007
  • Constructed Area: 255,5 sqm
  • Client: Dr. Cijo Jos and Dr. Thushara Cijo
  • Photographs: LIJO RENY architects


Space Specific Installations in Kerala, India by Lijo Jos and Reny Lijo

Wednesday, July 6th, 2011

Article source: Space Specific Installations

Space Specific Installations recently displayed their exhibition of “Space Specific Installations” in the Kerla Lalithakala Akademi Art Gallery of Kerala, India. The architects filled the gallery with figures that intruded upon the space occupied by visitors and forced interactions between the work and the users of the space using a wide range of materials.  The exhibition ran from May4th-10th so if you missed it be sure to look through the gallery for images of Lijo Jos and Reny Lijo’s work after the break!

Image Courtesy Praveen Mohandas

  • Architect: Lijo Jos and Reny Lijo
  • Project: Space Specific Installations
  • Location: Kerala, India
  • Photographs: Praveen Mohandas


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