Architecture has always been used as a symbol of power. Hence, whenever one nation colonized the other, one of the first few things they did was to erect buildings that reflected the architectural style of their own country.Read More
By: L+A ARQUITECTOS, Ecuador
GAIA is a 14 story, 15,000 m2 mixed use building: commercial on the lower floor, offices for the next four floors and residential units on the next nine floors. The building is located at an important intersection within the city where urban elements converge, such as a new metro stop, an important government building, a commercial shopping center and the most emblematic park of the city.
Quito, the capital of Ecuador and the first Cultural Heritage of Humanity, is in the process of renewing its urban and architectural image. Four architectural projects designed by important international studios, which are being built simultaneously, contribute decisively in this process, while others are in the design process.Read More
By: Ravi & Nupur Architects, Jodhpur
The idea was to create a grand abode with simple, comfortable & sumptuous living.The challenge was to design 15500 sqft on an area of 5400 sqft, which leads to the initiation of verticality on a relatively low residential streetscape. Thus the verticality was artfully balanced by the use of Jodhpur stone and earthy tone materials on a contemporary façade.
By: Ravi & Nupur Architects, Jodhpur
The Store Interiors were designed maximizing sustainability efforts, using easily recyclable or compostable material like jute, bamboo and logs, hanging light fixtures in its ethnic forms completes the unique theme.
India is a diverse country. It has several fascinating archaeological sites. India is home to ancient temples, bridges and caves. India’s historical monuments are famous all over the world. Without the help of modern tools it is hard to believe that they build such amazing places.Read More
By: SWBI Architects, Bengaluru
Planned to be the Research and Development center for Adobe Systems, an American multinational computer software company headquartered in California, United States, the campus is conceived as a highly utilitarian and functionality-driven office.
By: Jaisim Fountainhead, Bengaluru
The whole plan is on a raised square. We decided to delink all hard functions: sleeping, services, entertaining, family and guests. It was also decided to have a central main space totally open with the courtyard, which would go on to define the space.
By: d6thD design studio, Ahmedabad
This weekend house has a distinct feel of familiarity – rootedness in local regional elements of design and decor. Right from the sloping roof to combat the heavy rainfall prevalent in this region, deeply covered verandah that acts as the transition space from the hot exteriors and the heart of the home – the centrally placed inner courtyard around which are arranged the other living spaces, remind you of the homes of your ancestors.
By: Collage Architecture Studio, Bengaluru
Vishar Villa is a home for a family of four originally from Tamilnadu, who grew up in a typical courtyard house. The driving force behind the design of their new home was to build a contemporary, spacious and fresh structure that reflected the ever changing times as well as the simplicity of their old home.
By: Italpinas Euroasian Design and Eco-Development Corp. (ITPI), Philippines
Italpinas Euroasian Design and Eco-Development Corp. (ITPI) came up with the design for Coral City based on the study of corals, a self-organizing living system highly capable of reacting and smoothly adapting to changes and external influences.
By: Morphogenesis, New Delhi
The house as a platform has been used to investigate two issues central to design today: the family as a social unit and the environment. The lifestyle of the Indian family has changed in the age of global travel and internet media with new spatial needs and notions of comfort.
By: Karina Wiciak, Poland
The collection “XII” consist of 12 thematic interior designs, together with furniture and fittings, which in each part is interconnected, not only in terms of style, but also by name. Each subsequent design was created within one month, and the entire collection took one year to create.
By: M:OFA Studios, New Delhi
Amidst a bustling locality in New Delhi, on the corner of a residential street a landmark constituting of tangled electrical cables, pole and a ficus tree is unconsciously replaced by an architectural reflection of a family.
By: Mauro Lacio, Brazil
The SM house is a unifamiliar residence located in São Paulo, Brazil. The challenges to its implementation were connected to a 3 meters ground depression between the extremes of the lot. This enabled the communication among the house and the horizon.
By: Studio An-V-Thot, New Delhi
The Slate House is was envisioned as a creation of space amalgamated with strong yet subtle aura, which was perceived as the challenge of the project to blend the two in the perfect sense.
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