Category: Architectural Design

Back to Heaven, Vadodara

By: UNEVEN, Vadodara
Placed in a very serene context this project weaves beautifully into the rustic, rural surrounding and adds to being a perfect get away for the inhabitants. These environment friendly and climate responsive cottages are designed in the most original form of architecture, incorporating use of local and natural materials.

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33 LE, Vadodara

By: UNEVEN, Vadodara
This piece of minimalism stands bold and yet to be cordial, to love the living experience and to be able to make every moment spent memorable, be it in any corner of the house. Termed as ‘fusion’ no specific style or theme followed but design that has been woven in to all seem synchronized and classy at the same time keeping every aspect practical.

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Sheeshmahal, Vadodara

By: UNEVEN, Vadodara
Intricate wood-cuts, carvings, rich wall coverings, crystal chandeliers and mirrored ceiling pockets conjure up an ambiance recreated to reflect a feeling of royal elegance. This restaurant  Special care has been inculcated into designing every bit and corner keeping the main points of criteria in mind i.e. Practicality and a soothing experience for customers to relish.

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10 Archaic Temples in Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu is the abode to many beautiful and ancient temples. The evidence of the bygone period are evident through the architectural design and the inscriptions found on the walls of the temples. Tamil Nadu is on the top of the bucket list of everyone who is interested in Indian history and architecture, as Tamil Nadu is rich with it.

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GAIA – Quito, Ecuador

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.

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Verticality in modern residences, Jodhpur

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.

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Weekend Home, Amalsad Village, Gujarat

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.

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Vishar Villa, Bengaluru

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.

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The “XII” Collection by Karina Wiciak, Poland

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.

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