Area: 600 sqmts
Brief: Located in a Chiku Orchard, this house is designed to integrate the Inside with Outside in a way they form an overlapping pattern. The House also redefines the Indian Craft and motifs placed in a contemporary context. The furniture is an eclectic mix of “Indian craft” and very contemporary “minimal”.
Area: 40 sqmts
Brief:This small unit was created using the DRY CONSTRUCTION Method. No cement/bricks were used. A 20’ x 20’ courtyard was covered using a pre-coated sheet roof and MS partition with Bison board cladding on both sides.
Area: 500 sqmts
Brief: A Suburban townhouse, this house is designed for a returning NRI planning to come back to his roots. The feel and materials are contemporary with some Indian motifs. Highlight of this house is a wall collage 12′ x 8′ made of family photographs set in various architectural sites.
Area: 750 sqmts
Brief: Addition Alterations in a typical sloping roof house for an ageing ex mill owner. Elements from the previous houses assembled in the new setting thus to make the owner comfortable with the memories of past. Burma teak ventilators used to make grilled doors, carved sand stone railing used as coping for the garden wall. Red sandstone geometrical flooring further enhances the bygone era.
Area: 75 sqmts
Brief: Creating better usable spaces by additions and alterations. Creating extra space by covering parts of the terrace without reducing the “open” feeling. Modular and temporary feel to the additional covered areas to respect the bye laws.