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1. Space for the mind and the soul!
April 29, 2017

An ode to minimalist design and simplistic materials, Anaha Spa provides a serene yet luxurious refuge. Copy: An addition to Shreyas Retreat, a well-known boutique resort and luxury ashram at Bengaluru, The Purple Ink Studio has designed this 20,000 sq. ft. ‘retreat-in-retreat’ combining the raw, unfinished character of exposed brick and concrete to form a charismatic serene abode. The main block sits partially submerged into the ground, reducing its imposition on the landscape; whilst creating carefully designed sunken courts on all sides. The approach to the main area slowly opens... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

2. Unifying spaces
April 29, 2017

Caramel Architects champions the concept of transparency and movement in their project ‘mill24’ at Vienna, where architecture can be seen hovering between the inside and the outside… Ensconced in a compact neighbourhood, the concept of transparency in this home gives the illusion of vastness in an otherwise predefined composition. The home has almost all rooms at different levels and opening up in various directions, giving a distinctive quality to the place, resulting in a natural aesthetic. Since the roof showed a possibility of expansion, it now accommodates a roof garden, which ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

3. Colours, but no colours!
April 20, 2017

A calculated division sets the tone of this compact 45 sq. m. apartment in Lithuania, designed especially for a frequent traveller… Conceptualised by architectural collaborative, YCL studio, headed by architects Tomas Umbrasas, Aidas Barzda, Tautvydas Vileikis and graphic designer Rokas Kontvainis, colours and materials become the secondary proactive approach to the cutting-edge diagonal split of the apartment into two contrasting areas. 45 sq. m. closely packed, open space is shrewdly divided into two equal halves by a single, oblique ceramic-clad wall. One part contains the living ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

4. 1 ABOVE: Detailed Decadence
April 18, 2017

1 ABOVE is a vibrant new addition to Mumbai’s night life, with an avant-garde design, attention to detail and a novel material palette... Designed by Sumessh Menon of Sumessh Menon Associates, the expansive rooftop bar in the posh neighbourhood of Lower Parel is approached via a landscaped tunnel, fabricated from Tipwood and covered with gauzy nylon mesh. The combination of these different elements heightens intrigue from the word ‘go’ and contributes to creating a space with a mystical ambience. The 35-feet long bar, standing on a WPC flooring pedestal forms the focal point of the o... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

5. Exploration is key!
April 11, 2017

Architecture Discipline Studio, located in the busy SDA Market, Delhi is a self-sufficient space, which emerges as a workshop of experimental design concepts. Refurbished by principal, Akshat Bhatt, the office is spread across two levels and organised programmatically, with common, informal areas on the ground level, and formal areas on the first level. Primarily designed as an open plan, the conventional studio space stands out via a combination of partition systems that integrate and separate spaces based on the program. Flexibility is thus woven into the schematic with small, sn... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

6. Interior landscapes!
April 10, 2017

EDDA Architecture uses colour as the defining element to establish a direct connect between brand ideology and simple design... Istanbul based Halaman Printing is an international packaging, packing products and graphic design printing firm that elicited EDDA Architecture’s expertise in designing an office true to its brand. This involved creating an inviting, dynamic environment conducive to creative work. And it meant integrating cutting-edge technologies into the office, while facilitating open communication among employees. Delighting in a simple layout, where departments ar... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

7. Naturally upscale!
April 08, 2017

Masquespacio Design Consultancy successfully retains the natural and timeless vibe of the ancient city of Valencia in a gastrobar aptly named – La Manera. A bistro by day, fine-dine or pulsating nightclub by evening, La Manera is versatile at transforming its ambience 24/7/365. The design of the gastrobar stays true to all three forms of hospitality, with a natural twist. With the business concept being top-class food prepared with purely natural ingredients, Masquespacio uses this philosophy of nature as the guiding design principle. Retaining the essence of the existing brick wall,... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

8. Madeira and Mime: a maritime tale!
April 06, 2017

Minnie Bhatt Design’s recent project, ‘Madeira and Mime’ immerses diners in a Portuguese maritime feel, in keeping with the gastro pub’s namesake… Christened after an archipelago in Portugal, the quaint charm of distressed paint, reclaimed wooden shutters in dull Prussian blue, faux ocular rose windows with their gleaming panes, mix of rotund and rectangular tables… evoke a sense of intrigue in this 1500 sq. ft. space in suburban Mumbai. ‘Madeira and Mime’ beckons via its quirky facade in shimmering mustard yellow with a traffic signal to match, harking on expected playfulness inside... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

9. New vision of a collective housing typology
April 03, 2017

Metaform architecture office chisels out a new typology addressing the overall aspiration of marrying current housing needs and issues with specific conditions of the site... Constant growth and rising housing demands plague urbanites across the globe; giving rise to the need to choose an apartment typology over single-family houses. Poor living quality, lack of feeling of belonging and identity; lack of natural light and view; proximity to neighbours resulting in lack of visual and acoustic privacy; and insufficient physical space in various forms for a life of comfort are factors inhere... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

10. Colours of learning!
March 30, 2017

check out the visuals of this colourful building on indiaartndesign.com ">Ar. McBride Charles Ryan places a vibrant and engaging use of colour at the heart of their institutional design concept and bag the WAN Colour in Architecture 2016 Award! The Ivanhoe Grammar Senior Years and Science Centre in Melbourne, Australia is designed to have a circular plan that is largely based on the school’s original master plan. However, instead of repeating the circular pattern inside, the designers chose to use geometry and colour to define the central courtyards, light wells and learning spaces. ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

11. Cultural soirée!
March 24, 2017

French Moroccan Architect and founder of Atelier Pod, Lotfi Sidirahal chisels a unique and contemporarily-rooted resort within the extraordinary heritage of the Saiq Plateau in the Sultanate of Oman... Perched over 2,000 metres above sea level on the curving rim of a great canyon in Jabal Akhdar, Anantara Jabal Akhdar Resort is located on a 66,000 sq. m. cliff edge plot, with a total built-up area of 24,000 sq. m. including 115 keys, six restaurants and lounges, a signature spa and recreation facilities. The long inaccessible Jabal Akhdar, Arabic for “The Green Mountain”, is a toweri... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

12. Tripartite compositions
March 24, 2017

A re-imagined restoration of a 20th century villa on the hills of the Vienna basin, results in a contemporary house, devoid of any traces of its discordant history... Located in an inharmonious residential belt, the house, originally built in the 1960s, is redesigned by Karim and Rames Najjar of Najjar & Najjar Architects, known for producing forms, which are not only bold and in-the-face, but also functional. So, while the unallied components of the structure, lacking the characteristics of an ideal villa, fail to provide any references for the redesigning process, the vantage points, af... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

13. A home that hums with life!
March 21, 2017

Cubism Architects and Interiors reimagine the traditional Chettiar mansion in a modern aesthetic – a positive nod to traditional building typology in a contemporary lifestyle... Cubism Architects and Interiors designs this 10,500 sq. ft. family home in a residential gated community in Tirupur, Tamil Nadu using an open-plan layout that ensures privacy, continuity and a verdant environment, blurring the boundary between the indoors and outdoors... Inspired by the Chettinad region’s striking architecture, particularly the Thotti Kattu Veedu, or courtyard house, Ar. Prasanna Parvatikar a... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

14. Emancipation of a shopping mall!
March 20, 2017

Istanbul’s ambitious Watergarden project turns conventional mall typology on its head by establishing a bold horizontal hierarchy… With a conscious focus only on gastronomy and entertainment, this new recreational centre in the happening Atasehir district of Istanbul aims at creating a new social fabric for the natives and tourists alike. Designed by Dutch design firm, TConcept with spatial organization and interior design by MDArch Architecture, the mixed-use nature and the eclectic programme that spans over a site of 165,000 sq m is centered around a 5000 sq. m. performance pool – t... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

15. A harmony of curves and lines, with textures galore!
March 18, 2017

The recently completed 5800 sq. ft. residential project by Interface Architects is a harmonious composition in concrete, wood, brick and more. Contrasting geometries of rectilinear forms and a curvilinear surface resolve into a balanced configuration defining a striking façade that is aimed at catching the passersby’s attention in this dense urban neighbourhood in Bangalore. This doctor couple’s home is as warm inside as it is dynamic outside. One’s vision is directed from the sharp edges and lines of the upper floor (housing space for rent) and terrace to the ever-flowing curviline... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

16. The great outdoors!
March 14, 2017

Interior designer, Martine Brisson invigorates a heritage home by introducing a patio that combines the idea of a garden and outdoor living through a play of levels. An 1887 heritage home in Montreal’s Plateau district that had the house and its two garagesdetachedand at different levels, now stands harmonized and connected via the varying heights of its roofs, seamlessly through a play of planes, materials and vegetation. The intervention was planned out in four levels to add a filter of subtle transition of spaces, where each of these spaces acts like segments of the same line, co... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

17. The great outdoors!
March 14, 2017

Interior designer, Martine Brisson invigorates a heritage home by introducing a patio that combines the idea of a garden and outdoor living through a play of levels. An 1887 heritage home in Montreal’s Plateau district that had the house and its two garagesdetachedand at different levels, now stands harmonized and connected via the varying heights of its roofs, seamlessly through a play of planes, materials and vegetation. The intervention was planned out in four levels to add a filter of subtle transition of spaces, where each of these spaces acts like segments of the same line, co... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

18. Paradoxical revival
March 11, 2017

The Gounod Residence is an intervention project, which revitalises an existing early 20th century house by amalgamating with it, a contemporary structure. Located in Montreal, Canada, the two storied house is transformed with the use of modern construction methods and an architectural language that is a reflection of its young owners. The small village of Villeray, where is it located, is recognised by its post war architecture of duplex or triplex row houses. The exposed brick structure, jack arches and its corresponding short spanned windows are reminiscent of the French colonies that o... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

19. Historical decadence
March 06, 2017

This “exquisite apartment in Paris” is an amalgamation of nuances from 19th century traditional architecture and contemporary architecture, resulting in austere, albeit self-indulgent spaces. Located in the historical centre of Paris, the architectural style of the original building, which is a 19th century edifice, instinctively creates a preordained design concept for the apartment. Designed by Vitaliy Yurov and Iryna Dzhemesiuk of Diff Studio, the apartment is a reflection of the historical references in its vicinity. It thus has traces of styles ranging from baroque to rococo ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

20. The large-hearted roof!
March 04, 2017

To have a roof over your head has a deeper meaning. It does not just bring people together under a given space and time, but instills a sense of deep security... Takashige Yamashita + Takashige Yamashita Office design seamlessly creates a dialogue not just with the surrounding, but also with the people of Yamanashi prefecture, Japan with his design of this undulating roof. The site glows in the reflection of a spectacular view of Mt. Fuji nearby as homes and farms spread out in its neighborhood create serene vistas; though with an understated air of desertion. Adding charm to three ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

21. Bridging borders of timelessness
February 24, 2017

Nestled in the scenic Lonavla landscape, just off the Mumbai-Pune highway lies Rhythm Resorts with its Mangalore-tiled pitched roofs, staggered invitingly. You enter the resort via a linear patch that leads to a centrally positioned habitat 2 m lower than the periphery, where the parking is strategically sited. This depression in the 2-acre site constitutes almost half its area (1 acre) and is scenically landscaped around its natural contours along with a water body to cater to an inward-looking environment. Categorically zoned into apartment-blocks, private and public quarters,... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

22. The uplifting play of light and shadow!
February 20, 2017

Ar. Prasanna Parvatikar of Cubism Architects & Interiors designs this pristine urban solace ingeniously juxtaposing an introverted design with an open-plan layout. Occupying the corner site of a community living zone in South India’s textile capital of Tirupur, Tamil Nadu, and looking out on to adjacent buildings, the 8,000 sq. ft. home simultaneously responds to both - a sense of privacy, and a visual connect to its verdant surroundings. A sense of linearity and a minimalistic approach reflects through every line and detail chiselling a seamless space that invigorates the soul. Wea... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

23. The pink filter!
February 17, 2017

With the Sassy Spoon, Mumbai, interior designer, Shabnam Gupta demonstrates how an apt theme can uplift spaces and push interior design to another level of sass! Check it out... If you are one of those, who liked Dolores Umbridge’s office from Harry Potter, you will absolutely love what The Orange Lane has done with a 1900 square feet space now known as The Sassy Spoon, Mumbai! This 85-cover fine-dine and bar is splashed with colour, mostly pink and its shades; making the milieu – simultaneously, playful and calming. Random studies show that the colour pink can curb appetite; however... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

24. Modern, yet rooted in sustainability!
February 11, 2017

This modern renovated 110-year-old beach home responds to both - being “green” with a low carbon footprint, and the overall “feel” of the area... Surrounded by beaches in a charming laid-back neighbourhood of Toronto, is this elegant contemporary interpretation of the beach house conceived by German architect, Felix Leicher. Incorporating the need to be green, he concentrates on creating a home that consumes low energy and runs on low maintenance in the long term. To achieve this, Felix zeroes in on a white reflective outside with deeply grooved metal panels for the sides and the ro... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

25. Of spatial surprises and light art!
February 02, 2017

“Design can be like music; or like poetry”, where spaces created deliver an emotional connect and build an atmosphere through artistic overtures... Chao hotel, Sanlitun, Beijing, China fits this bill. Designed by von GerKan, Marg and Partners Architects in tandem with GD Lighting Design with the latter’s artistic subtle lighting interventions, it is being considered as a model of hotel renovation. Golden light spills onto the cylindrical entrance and dark carpet highlighting the cold and minimal architectural style finding serenity in chaos and luring in guests with a glimpse of the... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

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