B-One is an introverted condo, Skilfully weaving a complex program into a harmonious whole, the architects have designed a house that is in contrast to the busy streets of the neighbourhood.
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Entorno Bengaluru is a multi-disciplinary, design studio founded by Alok S Sundar, Santhosh Madbhavi,& Chethan Kumar KB in 2013, offering services in architecture, interior design and furniture design. We give importance light and ventilation, space planning and arrangements of programs.
By: Collage Architecture Studio, Bangalore COLLAGE…An artistic composition of materials and objects pasted over a surface, often with unifying lines and colours. Our intention was to make our office the reflection of Collage philosophy. We believes that Architecture has a unique power to influence the world.
By: Technoarchitecture Inc., Bangalore The site is 2400 sft plot with access road in the west located in Bangalore, India. The brief described a 5 bedroom house to accommodate a single family and a social lifestyle.
By: Collage Architecture Studio, Bangalore The Cube project reflects its residents in many ways. An absolutely urban home, designed to cater to a simple yet modern client. Where minimalist features mingle with the warmth and connected emotions of a traditional Indian family.
By: Savio Michael & Rupa Savio, Bangalore Designer’s Den is a flagship project of Savio and Rupa Interior Concepts. They have followed Scandinavian Fusion theme for this villa located off Sarjapur Road, Bangalore.
By: Architecture Paradigm, Bangalore Located in dense urban neighbourhood of Wilson garden, Bangalore the site came as a surprise to us as it was flanked in the west by more than half an acre of wooded garden of the neighbours.
By: Kamat & Rozario Architecture, Bangalore The Design took inspiration from the firm’s name – WHITE CANVAS; which is an independent advertising agency based out of Bangalore, Karnataka, and it was given that the most appropriate work space interiors design for them would be a natural extension of their titular thematic.
By: Kamat & Rozario Architecture, Bangalore The challenge was to find a way to ‘seize our slice of sky ‘and yet make full use of available build-able plot area. Translating this idea, almost half the site is left empty. The most climatically pleasant north-east corner forms a small urban garden.