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Dream Home, Vadodara

By: SPIRIT Architecture, Mumbai The House was designed and created out of the belief in the transcendent possibility of a profoundly “humane architecture” that contributes to the lives of its inhabitants physically, emotionally and functionally.

YM[1] | Image © Sunil Patil & Associates

Twin Bungalows, Maharashtra

By: Sunil Patil & Associates, Pune Twin bungalow located at Kolhapur, Maharashtra is designed by Sunil Patil & Associates and are connected by a well designed landscape between them which houses the common interactive spaces.

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Cliff House, Kerala

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.

OH[17] | Image © Khosla Associates

The Orange House, Bangalore

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.

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Cuboid House, New Delhi

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.

VH[27] | Image © UNEVEN

Vicenza Highlands, Vadodara

By: UNEVEN, Vadodara The residence is a perfect ‘fusion’ of Indian traditional architectural elements in the form of spaces and modern characteristics. The house comprises of covered, semi-covered and open spaces…

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Mangalas Farm, Baroda

By: Dipen Gada & Associates, Vadodara Nestled in the rural landscape, on the outskirts of Baroda, lies, ‘Mangalas’. This 3000 sq.ft. farm house sits in a plot of 1, 00,000 sq.ft. beautifully landscaped plot. The structure is a simple sloped roof single storey structure of exposed brick work.

MH[8] | Image © GDK Designs

Mobius House, Goa

By: Girish Dariyav Karnawat Architect Mobius house is a resultant of the pursuit of the archetypal image of a pavilion in the landscape through processes that strive to accommodate contemporary building and living conditions, while in simultaneous dialogue with rich traditional and vernacular references.

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Kukreti House, Noida

By: Layers Studios for Design & Architecture, New Delhi As the owners presently stay in London, the brief was to build a house within optimum costs, that requires minimal maintenance but at the same time is aesthetically pleasing and in case they plan to come back, can be occupied immediately.

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