By: GA Design, Mumbai | The design concept is modern with a bit of retro touch to add some zest. You get a feel of the grandeur inside as soon as you set your eyes on the main entrance of the apartment.
By: Facilis, Mumbai | The little brief that the client gave us included some visual preferences like the kitchen to have European café elements, daughter’s liking for honeybees, pink colour and son’s favourite Ironman.
By: Facilis, Mumbai | Pixel Façade forms the nucleus of the design concept of this office. The “Pixel Façade” merges this contemporary office environment with the biophilic environment, to create the next generation office design.
By: GA Design, Mumbai | Located along the busy Western Express Highway in the Mumbai suburbs, Raheja Ridgewood building is a luxury residential tower comprising of three wings of 22 floors each with two basements for parking. The building enjoys a generous compound with a playground, ample parking for cars and a boutique clubhouse with a state-of-the-art gymnasium and a swimming pool, for its residents.
By: GA design, Mumbai | Function is one of the main aspects in a home. And it starts with planning. As the apartment did not have any walls inside we had the freedom in planning the rooms but there were obstructions in the form of columns and inverted beams. Keeping the client’s requirements in mind along with the structural limitations, the planning for this house was done in such a way as to make optimum use of space.
By: NCUBE | RAAS is a housing and finance firm located at One Indiabulls Centre, Mumbai. Spread across two floors, the design brief required a professional office space that would incorporate comfort, flexibility and creativity in workspaces.
Inspired by the form of chemical compositions, SAV conceptualized the lighting, furniture and flooring pattern to create a layered and textured design showcasing the different formulas that the company uses in making their products.
By: The Ashleys, Mumbai
A desire to spend time in an earthy escape from the hustle and bustle of city life and to create a invigorating experience of spaces and series of pockets of courtyard so that each space burst open to the landscape areas and creates an innate experience of outside inside equation.
By: Architecture BRIO, Mumbai
Partly a building, partly a challenge course, the Laureus Foundation sponsored Learning Pavilion is an interactive building used as a gathering space and play area for Mumbai’s underprivileged children.