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1. Bringing India home
April 16, 2018

Sumessh Menon Associates refurbishes a large villa in Dubai that meets Indian design aspirations, while playing with regional touches. Copy: To reflect local, we believe a conscious effort to source local is important. The character of a city is reflected strongly in the context of its architectural footprint. Inside a premium gated community in Dubai, Arabian Ranches Villas complex, lies this 5000 sq. ft. villa with its equally expansive landscaped area belonging to an Indian. The project itself is a seamless amalgamation of contemporary and ethnic inspirations. Right from an art-... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

2. cottage by the lake
April 02, 2018

Scalar Architecture employs parametric design to maximize the surrounding views, harness environmental factors and bring a multi-generational family together in a lake-side cottage… The Scalar Architecture-designed lakeside cottage in New Hampshire is a paragon of the NYC-based design firm’s philosophy of integrating architecture and the environment. Nestled in a peninsula on Ossipee Lake, the 3000-sq. ft. Anker-Jordan residence comprises two conjoined prisms that become the foundation for addressing a wide range of needs and desires expressed by the occupant family. Surrounded by a... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

3. A warm hearth!
March 29, 2018

With client sensitivity at its core, Studio PKA once again helps an old client expand and refurbish his apartment, reinstating the ethos of an ever-evolving home and hearth… Located in a tony neighbourhood in South Mumbai, the apartment has seen a gradual growth along with the family: from a small 2BHK to a spacious 3BHK that efficaciously accounts for the family’s frequent stay-in guests. Each time, Studio PKA has been the trusted choice. And aptly so too, as the studio’s forte lies in its effective space planning, clutter-free designs and precision in time management making these sensib... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

4. The style is in the details!
March 28, 2018

Gönye Proje Tasarim architects enriches a modern design line with select materials and fine, delicate details to conceive a flat that is visually rich without compromising on the functionality… Located in the prestigious region of Anatolia in Istanbul, the 200 sq. m. apartment has a spacious entrance area, where especially designed cloakrooms and cupboards welcome the frequent guests that are customary to this home. The entranceway doors slide into the wall to avoid loss of space, open into the living and kitchen and generally create an inclusive ambience right at the entrance. A m... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

5. Courtyard home
March 28, 2018

Bangalore-based Cadence Architects designs a 4100 sq. ft. bungalow that creates an inward-looking haven for the residents, blocking out the urban vagaries of the burgeoning metropolis. A sensuous sweeping curve captures the imagination at the first glance, set as it is, amidst a dense and conventional residential fabric. The contemporary ferroconcrete form, curvilinear, composed of clean lines, becomes iconic in context. A large and the only opening punctured in the curved façade accords a strong identity to the building, while characterizing the master bedroom inside with a distinct cur... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

6. This home epitomizes a return to slow living
March 28, 2018

Architect Amit Srivastava takes us for a walk through his minimalist, humble abode in Vadodara… A firm believer in the power of simplicity, Amit’s 3000-sq. ft. home for his family of five is a poignant reflection of characteristic architectural poetry. His vernacular approach to architecture and interior design is evident in the all-round adoption of a natural material palette, which, he informs, is a result of exposure gained on his pan-India travels as a child. A fact, perhaps that gives the home its warmth and an inherently timeless yet contemporary appeal. Comprising two differ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

7. One with nature
March 22, 2018

Bourgeois Lechasseur architects follow nature’s inbuilt dialogue with materiality and context to rebuild an old house in Canada… The façade is articulated by a series of angles and wide openings that are a perfect adjunct to the naturally contoured Adstock area, on the shores of Lake St. Francis. The plan follows the old footprint of the house; yet adds on to accommodate the growing family and needs of its inmates, all along retaining its original ethos of communing with the natural surrounds and keeping the space open towards the lake. L’Accostée House as it is christened, is warm ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

8. A house as powerful as the lake!
March 15, 2018

Camp Minoh, a vacation home in Northern Michigan, designed by Ar. William Kaven, attempts to reflect the massiveness of the Michigan lake… Historically, Michigan was a place of refuge; a place, where people came to trap fur or escape the law; Ernst Hemingway called it a ‘great place to laze around, and the best place in the world to do nothing’. Today, it is a popular summer and winter destination, well-shielded from commercial exposure due to its extreme weather conditions. Situated in sparsely populated Northern Michigan, Camp Minoh too serves as a refuge for extended family gather... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

9. This home lights up with colours
March 06, 2018

Identity architects, Ippolito Fleitz Group lend a unique identity to a show apartment in Shanghai, aptly christening it ‘Chromatic spaces’! This out-of-box residential project offers premium high-rise apartments with a colourful interior to facilitate quality environment for a healthy, calm and relaxing lifestyle. Ippolito Fleitz offers future homeowners a glimpse into the array of possibilities for their home, where a constant play of colours and textures immediately capture one’s imagination. A vibrant colour scheme, dominated by primary and secondary colours brings the 250 sq. m.... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

10. Play of contrasts
February 20, 2018

Multi-disciplinary design firm, Cluster One Creative Solutions Pvt. Ltd. designs a stand-out abode spanning 3250 sq. ft. in Chandrapur, Maharashtra based on a theme of contrasts… Using a modern approach, the theme extends from the external façade of the four-bedroom bungalow to the interior spaces and is evident in the contemporary straight-lined furniture and furnishings, well defined through both, predictable and bold; and subtle colour contrasts that meet the eye through a tasteful play of design, patterns and materials that stand out in a neutral envelope. A generous use of natur... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

11. A compositional marvel!
February 01, 2018

Architect Show, Japan designs a compositional marvel – a residence that serves a sculptural role in the developing rural area of Isahaya city, Nagasaki, while a humble abode awaits the family within… Composed of four masses, two slender with flat roofs and two bold with slanting eaves and walls, the residence stands as an iconic architectural structure in the peaceful rural environment. The masses are staggered in elevation and plan, each one harmoniously complementing the other, while finishes add a dimension of play, contrasting and bold, red cedar and rough black finish against stark w... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

12. This building is informed by Ikebana principles
January 30, 2018

Design Forum International designs a nature-inspired curtain raiser to an upcoming residential development by Novell Group in Neemrana… To spend time at Novell Group’s Ikebana Experience Centre in Neemrana in the town of Alwar, Rajasthan, is to get a taste of the lifestyle that accompanies owning an apartment in the Novell Ikebana condominium towers. Sitting on the NH8 highway, far from the hustle and bustle of the city, the eye-catching structure, resembling a leaf, borrows from Ikebana, the Japanese art of arranging flowers. The project team led by Ar. Anand Sharma and interior de... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

13. Athens and Olympia: a Residential Trip to Greece
January 23, 2018

The birthplace of democracy, the seat of great philosophical thinking, home to some of the world’s most impressive ancient architecture; Greece has much to offer students of history, Classics or philosophy. On a residential trip to Athens and Olympia, students are able to get up close and personal with the stunning Acropolis in Athens, the ancient city of Delphi, and Olympia, home to the original Olympic Games. All of these sites embody the spirit and culture of ancient Greece, helping to bring back to life the students’ studies of what can seem like long-dead languages, battles and free... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Romancing the scenic surrounds
January 19, 2018

Vinita and Sid interiors culls out a hill-top home in Vizag that will stand the test of time, both – design-wise and beauty-wise… When one has a sprawling space on a hilly terrain with a 3600 view of sea and hills, one aspires to maximise one’s outward-looking home to the tee. Vinita and Sid interiors have accomplished just that for their client Mr. K. V. Prasad at the 10,000 sq. ft. Rushikonda residence at Vizag, Vishkhapatnam. Situated along the eastern Ghats, the residence overlooks the Bay of Bengal; and the designers have taken every possible opportunity to enhance the breathtaking v... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

15. Onwards and upwards: Creative journeys 2018 and beyond!
January 17, 2018

Team IAnD gets five acclaimed Indian interior designers and architects to reveal their most-looked-forward-to projects in 2018 and beyond… Each of us has a little dream lying stashed away under layers of routine engagements. Sometimes, we get a little closer to realizing, maybe a part of it; maybe something similar; maybe the dream itself is coming to life! Here’s what these five much-admired creatives are waiting to get on… Creative Professional: Ankon Mitra, Co-founder and Design Director, Hexagramm Design Excited about: Origami Wonderland Imagine walking through a dream lan... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

16. A simply luxuriant home!
January 04, 2018

Istanbul based interior design studio Gönye Proje Tasarim designs a modern home prioritising functionality and visual richness in equal measure… Plush has many meanings. When studio Gönye Proje Tasarim was asked to lend their expertise to this contemporary home in Küçükyal, one of the most prestigious regions of Istanbul on the Anatolian side; they decided to resort to visual richness as the focus loci. Ingeniously camouflaging delicate details of functionality in the intended aesthetic, they resorted to a modern design line with well-qualified material selections and nuanced detail... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

17. The timeless essence of handcrafted
December 15, 2017

Studio TAB designs a cheerful and youthful contemporary abode in Bangalore that revolves around handcrafted wooden furniture from a bygone era… Very often designers are compelled to design a space around certain elements; this can be attributed either to client’s wishes or to their own style. In this case, studio TAB has beautifully incorporated the client’s penchant for and sentimental attachment to some traditional furniture pieces that they had lovingly cherished for many years. Juxtaposing this predominant traditional feature with modern amenities to suit a contemporary lifestyle,... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

18. Home in the lap of nature!
December 11, 2017

Golany Architects designs a residence in Galilee that takes into consideration the raw landscape that surrounds it. The two-storey residence is situated on a lot at the edge of a village in Galilee, overlooking mountainous terrain and hugged by the Sea of Galilee. Having ascertained the exact level at which the sea first meets the eye, the home is designed to offer unobstructed views into the great wide-open, as it stands sans retaining barriers. The Tel Aviv-based architects adopt a sustainable and environmental approach, throwing open floor-to-ceiling windows to usher in sweeping ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

19. Exploring the quality of space!
December 08, 2017

Captivating, but above all, ingenious, the < project eloquently illustrates the fertile and insightful contribution resulting from the great collusion between architect Jean Verville and his clients… The rehabilitation of this A-frame reflects the method of the architect who, approaching the essence of his clients’ everyday life, leads them to scrutinize their daily habits as well as their real family needs to surpass their own limitation. With Of graphic nature, the vocabulary of < results in a trigonometric poesy, juggling with the emblematic A-frame triangular figure and express... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

20. The Long House
November 29, 2017

Sunil Patil & Associates designs-and-builds a simple and warm bungalow by connecting two square plots within a bungalow complex on the outskirts of Pune… Contextually rooted, with one of the longer sides (South side) of the plot facing the road, east side overlooking a sugarcane farm and north side - the neighbour’s garden, the planning takes advantage of this green view, carving out a landscaped garden on the same side, visually continuing the schematic as well as providing a large foreground to the bungalow. This three-level program opens out to this garden with the double-height ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

21. Sculptural chiaroscuro!
November 22, 2017

Sanjay Puri Architects create organic spaces – both, inside and outside - this 800-room students’ hostel, which takes its cue from the contextual language of its vicinity – the old city streets of Mathura in India…. Designed as five linear blocks, each four-levels high, the built spaces snake across a wedge-shaped site, twisting and turning along its length. Sitting adjacent to repetitive hostel blocks on the east and west, these new student accommodations within a large university campus create individual spaces within a discernible identity in each part of the layout. All buildings... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

22. Classic-contemporary fusion!
November 22, 2017

Studio Ardete designs a contemporary row house in Haryana, minutely integrating the water-jet CNC cutting technique into its interiors… That the homeowner is in the business of water-jet CNC profile cutting is the underlying inspiration for the designers to inventively apply the process on to various design elements, highlighting a traditional nuance in a contemporary home. So, we have minute details viz., the flooring, door handle, ceiling, panelling, wardrobes, walls, mirrors, etc. that sport the technique with the flourish of a curvilinear pattern; each one distinct, based on the mater... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

23. 9 Pro Tips for Selecting a Custom Home Building Contractor!
November 15, 2017

Planning to build your custom home that matches your personal taste in architecture? First, you have to find a contractor you can rely on. Selecting between different residential contractors can be tricky at times, because every other company claims to be the best in business. Here are the 9 pro tips that you need. 1. Ask around. When you are looking for custom home builders, references always count. Talk to your friends, colleagues and neighbors to know about the services that they have tried so far. Ask them about the experience and why they liked or disliked a service. 2. Ch... (read more)

Author: Simonds Lee

24. This holiday home is a style statement!
November 13, 2017

A 1350 sq. ft. holiday home in Mumbai by Amit Shastri Architects materialises as an uber luxurious, contemporary space. The spatial constraints of a Mumbai home have been overcome with unique elements that become part of a coherent design, each element part of a larger whole. The home is a cosy and comfortable haven for the family, yet chic and modern to encourage the social function of the space. Opulent finishes render the house glamorous yet elegant. Neutral and natural colours of wood imbue the space with understated charm. Variants of veneer with natural polish such as fumed s... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

25. Minimalist, sculptural...
November 02, 2017

A minimal architectural intervention in a garden, by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos materializes as a 70 sq. m. guest pavilion, an extension to a residential project by the studio in Valencia, Spain. The pavilion, set amidst a centenary olive tree, a deciduous liquidambar sieving sunlight depending on the seasons and a pomegranate tree all standing tall, seamlessly links with the garden. Located approaching one of the limits of the land, perpendicular to the pool, the built piece has minimal impact on the garden, offering unrestricted views to the main house, save a slim opaque façade, almost... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

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