By: Khosla Associates, Bangalore Perched 200 ft. above an expansive stretch of green along the Arabian Sea coast, at the edge of a cliff, its most prominent feature is an asymmetrical sloping roof set against the fronds of a coconut plantation.
Archive | June, 2013
By: Khosla Associates, Bangalore The house designed for the Architects brother, his wife and daughter, derives its form from a generous L shaped configuration that spills out to a large garden and swimming pool.
By: Chaukor Studio, Noida The project derives its name from the fact that it features an earthy material pallet while the space has to house a mid-size web development and design firm.
By: Khosla Associates, Bangalore Integral to the concept of the new Arts and Media Centre is the journey of an artist , interpreted as a central spine that runs east- west along the entire length of the site; dissolving into the ample lung space of a landscaped garden…
Chaukor is an architectural practice founded by architects Tejeshwi Bansal and Nilesh Bansal that features an integrated workshop where architects, artisans and skilled craftsmen communicate…
By: Amit Khanna Design Associates (AKDA), New Delhi All travelers expect to experience local culture when visiting foreign countries or even a different part of their own country. However, contemporary hotel design seems to celebrate familiarity over authentic local design.
By: Amit Khanna Design Associates (AKDA), New Delhi The project attempts to demonstrate the possibility of affirming some ‘principles’; some elementary yet precise rules. A series of spatial sequences are structured around minimal architectural events distributed throughout the house.