The Riparian House is placed below the crest of a hillock at the foothills of the Ghats near Mumbai. The top of a vegetated roof merges with the top of the hillock, hiding the house from the approach.
This 80 sq.m. apartment is designed with an adaptable and open arrangement. Re-moving dispensable walls between rooms and replacing them with objects optimizes space. The interiors while minimal yet intricate in detailing, are embellished with a subtle collection of textures and materials.
With a stream running through the house, this retreat in Alibag is delicately woven into the landscape, alternately opening up and closing itself to the different charactheristics of the site.
Strenghtening the existing ecosystem the design for a Resort in Vengurla recreates a waterscape with interconnected ponds and waterbodies around which homes are clustered as stilted pavilions. The waterscape surrounding the creek and its diversity as a living ecosystem will promote a riparian habitat for migrating birds and endangered wildlife.
Located in a serene little village cocooned in the Kumaon region of the Himalayas, 7000 f t above sea level, between Nainital and Mukteshwar in Uttarakhand the site is surrounded by miles of dense jungles, orchards and pine trees.
BillionBricks and Architecture BRIO envision to empower Konchur (Karnataka) to turn into a Sustainable Model Village (Adarsh Gram) for New India by initiating strategic interventions and investments that are self scalable by the community.
A duplex apartment on one of the top floors of the 60 storey apartment in South Mumbai offers dramatic views of the city. The plan is organized along the principle of creating independently articulated rooms, which are strung along a sequential path; organizing relationships, creating this rich and dynamic experience.
Part of an endeavor of the Sikkim Biodiversity Forest Department (SBFP) to initiate a series of architectural projects which set an example of how to deal with urban planning and buildings that blend with nature, through green features derived from re-using and reinterpreting local techniques and knowledge.
The Camac Tower is a proposal for a residential tower located in the heart of Calcutta. The existing heritage structure previously owned by Sir RN Mookerjee, will be renovated. The narrow footprint that is left between the boundaries and the bungalow, results in an elegant and slender volume for the apartment tower.
the Spiral Dollhouse is a hybrid between a 1/6 scale version of a real house, an architectural model, and a barbie doll diorama, The house has three stories and can be viewed and played with from all four sides.
A combination of natural and local materials with state of the art technologies and materials used in this dormitory for the staff of Magic Bus portrays a new construction idiom – an expression of contemporary sustainable architecture.
Located in Ballygunge, an area to the south of the centre of Kolkata the manor was in a dilapitated state like many with a similar fate. Through strategic interventions, the garden and rooms inside the main house have been re-organized, to make the garden become a part of the daily life inside the manor again.
Many cities are struggling with undefined areas near railway zones or old industrial areas just outside of the city centre. Although the competition proposal for the Europan 8 on the site of the Municipal Yard in Enschede is a design specific and singular in its manifestation, it could serve as a model for cities with comparable problems.
The Temenos House is designed as a sanctuary in the forest, which both celebrates the grandness of nature and enables the quietness of introversion.