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1. Luxury with a green soul
October 17, 2017

TCS Architects, sibling design studio of Design Forum International, designs and builds two multi-residence buildings in Delhi, both intended to reflect luxury with a green soul “With a decreasing green cover in urban areas, craving for a green view and a connection to nature has become more intense, both for visual reasons as well as to create sufficient biomass to produce oxygen,” say Goonmeet Singh Chauhan and Anoj Tevatia, principal architects speaking of the design of their two recent projects – in Vasant Vihar and Greater Kailash, New Delhi. Retaining trees and shrubs on site, intr... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

2. Serenity and sleek modern!
October 12, 2017

Axelrod Architects transforms a Tel Aviv home from '80s glitz to no-nonsense, modern cool… Axelrod Architects, led by Principal Irit Axelrod, transforms a 5500-sq. ft., two-storey, single-family house in Tel Aviv to reflect the homeowners’ love of serenity and sleek modern design, and the firm’s vision of modern residential architecture. The new homeowners wanted to remodel an existing 1980’s house to reflect their indoor-outdoor lifestyle. Their family life is now centred around a lush landscaped courtyard just outside their living-dining space. Axelrod Architects organized the ho... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

3. Home away from home!
October 10, 2017

Designed by SM Studio, this weekend getaway amidst lush green expanses of the hilly terrain of Lonavala, effectively blurs the boundaries between inside and outside. A modern dwelling against a laidback visual setting, the landscape and the built form are designed to reflect the surrounding peaceful expanses of nature, merging the outdoors with the interiors. The openness of the built form showers the home with abundant natural light, through full-height sliding windows, while two sides facing open spaces frame views of the scenery around, through extension of living spaces to balconies ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

4. Colours of emotion!
October 06, 2017

Ar. Aditya Agrawal unifies individualistic preferences to design twin bungalows that are independent; yet bonded by the underlying familial emotion… When you look at the bungalow, it looks like a single entity. Yet, the twin homes of two brothers are like an umbilical cord, metaphorically tied through an entrance that opens into a common living room and parents’ room. Anointed with all modern amenities, each of the homes is tailored to the individual needs of the respective families. The 16000sq. ft. ground-plus-three-storey residence on a plot area of 4000 sq. ft. is designed by Ind... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

5. Luxury amidst chaos!
September 16, 2017

Group DCA designs a plush 11,889 sq. ft multi-level residence far removed from its chaotic neighbourhood of Pusa Road, New Delhi… Verticality of the three-level bungalow on stilts defines volume rather than the sprawling site on ground. Projecting balconies, extending roofs with wooden undersides, recessed full-height glass windows and a ‘green’ entrance makes for a dynamic landscaped composition. Built for a small family, the façade is contemporary as compared to its more classical interiors. Though the residence is a luxurious abode, it does not come across as over-the-top, showi... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

6. Ideas formed through life!
September 14, 2017

Architect and designer Saranin Artemy’s home in Perm, Russia takes a cue from a slice of his life! When Saranin Artemy found the perfect abode for his family of spouse plus three children, he decided to connect the two floors - one above the other - via a wooden staircase with open rungs – that would instantaneously recreate the feel of a country house and not that of an apartment. So, taking a cue from the feel of a warm lived-in house, the spacious 25 sq. m. living room, which constitutes the heart of the home, is furnished with a bespoke 7m, deep-seated, sectioned, curvilinear so... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

7. The story of materiality
September 12, 2017

Astutely balancing ethnic and contemporary sensibilities, Studio Wood designs a warm and homely residence for a joint family in Surajkund, Haryana… A rich yet understated smorgasbord of textures, colours and patterns defines spaces as well as unify them. The raw sandstone ‘jutting-out’ railings add oodles of ethnic charm, whilst cut-outs in the boundary wall with sandstone planter boxes welcome one to this 11,500 sq. ft. abode. Off-white Katni marble, wood and tiled patterns allude to a varied flooring palette, whilst teak and oak wood with metal insertions and bamboo ply etc. compr... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

8. House for booklovers and cats!
September 09, 2017

BFDO Architects designs a vertical home filled with special accommodation for an artist-poet couple and their two shy cats in Brooklyn, New York… Finding interesting ways to carve out ample daylight and infuse colour into their abode, the architects have chiselled spaces for each of the family members to live, work and display the extensive collection of art and books; carving out seamless spaces for their inquisitive cats too, to languidly navigate through or escape from unexpected guests. The layout is configured as an open, airy 20 x 50 x 10 ft. tall primary living space on the par... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

9. Simple and chic
September 08, 2017

Maximum storage with minimum intervention is the priority in this comfortably designed apartment at Nagole, Hyderabad by ThinkDesignerz… The 1200 sq. ft. apartment is chic and understated. Planned according to Vaastu Shastra requirements, the biggest constraint was the profusion of beams throughout the apartment. Addressing the same via false ceilings, the architects have creatively blended the beams into the spaces by utilizing them for fixtures or panelling them to introduce an element of contrast – right through the zoning of spaces flowing from the living area, through the dining space... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

10. Spatial experience!
September 01, 2017

i29 interior architects chisel a simple, understated home with a minimalist palette, building the entire home around a single centrally-positioned element… A simple two-storeyed home in Amsterdam stands out for its unusual treatment. i29 interior architects, known for their sagacity in design and their expertise in juxtaposing simplicity with contradiction, have just endorsed this very skill in designing this abode. Endowed with many rooms but scarce daylight, the rented apartment lacked character. Working on the simple principle of letting in plenty of natural light, the architects ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

11. Weekend retreat
August 12, 2017

Rainbow Designers craft a signature weekend-retreat-cum-party-destination for a family seeking respite from the buzz of city life… Designers Vikrant and Sapna Bhawsar design a lavish weekend retreat for the Dagariya family on the outskirts of Indore; an idyllic location, where they can entertain guests as well as enjoy peace and tranquility. Overall modern, the house is a subtle combination of classical and contemporary styles of architecture, where co-existence is key. Touches of a minimalist approach are juxtaposed with fine detailing as in the exquisite jali work of the dining ar... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

12. The new old!
July 17, 2017

A typical Victorian-era home in London by Thompson + Baroni Architects with bursts of colour in a neutral palette and unending spaciousness is a prime example of new old architecture. Using their signature minimal style, the architects completely transform a tired old space in South West London into a warm, open-plan space complete with large seamless openings to the outdoors, bringing in mesmerizing views of the surrounding landscape. As was the case with most homes from that era, this home too had numerous cross walls and structural members that interrupted the open plan. Where s... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

13. Monochrome whimsy!
July 10, 2017

In his second installation that combines art, architecture, and domesticity, Ar. Jean Verville presents a domestic architectural installation designed for two lovers of contemporary arts… The second installation in the series of three, IN2 integrates an inventive experimentation in a Montreal cottage of the 50s. Since the home-makers are art and culture aficionados, Jean exalts the fusion of art and everyday life in a proposal requiring a high degree of user participation. The architectural intervention blurs the reading of spaces with volumetric assemblages and visual breakthroughs, c... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

14. Art, Architecture, Domesticity!
July 08, 2017

Ar. Jean Verville realises IN 1 2 3, three installations combining art, architecture, and domesticity; intimate portraits that present universes in themselves… The current decompartmentalization of artistic disciplines brings about the emergence of new proposals. Architect Jean Verville demonstrates this hybridization in architectural interventions swapping the user's experience into a spatial and pictorial experimentation, in which sensory perception is asked to transgress the physical limits of space to favour the illusory abstraction of dimensional form and produce architecture that se... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

15. Art with a view!
July 03, 2017

Veech X Veech Architecture and Design Studio uses art and nature as nodal points to design a unique living space for an artist couple… The ground-plus-one home, studio, gallery and sculpture garden of the renowned sculptor Vadim Kosmatschof and visual artist Elena Koneff is nestled on a hillside in Vienna with a breath-taking valley view. An atelier and exhibition area share space with the kitchen on the ground floor, while the living area, three rooms and roof atelier sit comfortably above. The multifunctional studio, designed by Austrian design firm Veech X Veech, takes advantage o... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

16. The view is everything!
July 03, 2017

Close to the boundary of a protected wilderness in the south of France, Chevallier Architects rejuvenate a home with state-of-the-art technology, whilst keeping it contextually rooted. The situation was unique: Chevallier Architectes took on this project, when it was on the verge of being abandoned. There were many constraints, but the architect’s team studied the situation and proposed solutions that would make it possible to successfully complete the construction, including optimization of the space. With the site very close to the boundary of a protected wilderness, the building’s... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

17. Living with Calligraphic Strokes
June 22, 2017

Ganna Design studio creates an apartment in Taipei, inspired by the artistic strokes of the most elegant perceived character of Chinese Calligraphy, “?”. Copy: Literally following the strokes of the Chinese character “?”, is the layout with the central living and dining area following the curve of the letter towards the end. Building on the narrative, the colour and material palette is reminiscent of an artist’s studio, where the common area focusses more on natural illumination reflected on soothing wooden wall panelling and pastel hues on fabric. The colours selected for the fa... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

18. Rejuvenation in the skies!
June 03, 2017

In an era, where every square foot of space is essential, architecture firm, Concrete designs a clubhouse atop a residential tower in the heart of Mongkok, Hongkong! With the intention to create a getaway right in the middle of a busy street in Mongkok, Concrete designs a bespoke space atop Skypark, a large residential development, which allows people to bump into each other and truly connect. With human psyche and behavioural characteristics as the focal elements of the project, the architects weave in dollops of landscaping with the interiors, making for a complete rejuvenation arena. ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

19. A pool. The horizon. Oneness with nature
May 23, 2017

Aurelia, a weekend home perched on a hill on 3-acres of land in Alibag, becomes a perfect getaway with an infinity pool that extends into the horizon… An addition to the original house built a decade ago, the pool harbours a two-bedroom guesthouse underneath. Designed by Mumbai based firm SHROFFLEóN, the extension uses the water element in the most intriguing way, to make it an abode of relaxation and peace. Built into the hillside with an expansive forest in view, the 75-foot long infinity pool offers a visual treat and relief amidst an envelop of nature. The pool extends into infi... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

20. A marriage of old and new
May 16, 2017

Apartment 904 is a design exploration that congenially consolidates the existing mood with new elements to create a deviant vibe… Refurbished by istudio Architecture, the apartment is endowed with simple details that visually enhance the space and create a refreshing ambience in conjunction with the original interiors. Balancing elements of décor with straight-lined designs that border on the neutral and minimalist, a contemporary-classic equation juxtaposes spatial elements with details. Starting at the entrance, a circular metal grille on the outer door prepares the visitor for ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

21. The sales experience
May 11, 2017

Square Consultancy Services designs two sales pavillions for potential homeowners,creating an oasis of nature in the concrete jungle that the city of Kolkata is... Developers have been continually outdoing their mojo in the attempt to allure potential clientele to their real-estate projects. Sales pavilions offer visitors an experience that sets the benchmark for both - purchase and expectations from the new locale; the showflat completes the picture. In their designs for the sales-offices-cum-show-flats for Ecos New Town and Sugam Habitat, both based in Kolkata, the architects play... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

22. 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

23. Sculptural geometries; apposite lifestyles!
April 25, 2017

Ishatvam 9, residential apartments by Ar. Sanjay Puri, in Ranchi, Jharkhand caters to the bespoke lifestyle of its residents. This modern high-rise will allow its users the openness and comfort of the low-rise structures they are used to… Ranchi has predominantly seen low-rise development, and individual houses with private open spaces, over decades. Ishatvam 9, a 15-storey apartment building is a solution to the rapid urbanization over the past few years; the governing rules now allowing for 50m building height. Designed on a small plot of 1800 sq. m., most of the main road frontage is o... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

24. 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

25. 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

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