It took the residents of this Brick House in Bangalore, India, twelve years to decide they’d outgrown their former residence. This new build by Collective Project responds to the family’s needs now and into the future.
The Norse Collection, four recently launched rug designs by Anna-Carin for Designer Rugs were inspired by the first system of writing developed by the Norsemen.
Experimenting with distinctive compositions, Abin Design Studio transforms a soft-scaped outdoor space and façade for a residential site in West Bengal.
Based on the principles of vastu shastra, Chavvi House is designed to accentuate the positive and eliminate the negative to bring good vibrations for a happy, prosperous life.
Armadillo & Co has always been about Fair Trade, sustainability, and the support of the local Indian community of weavers. The Armadillo & Co Foundation is simply an extension of this.
In the heart of New Delhi, The Centre Court Villa is home to a modern multi-generational family with textural transitions to demarcate public and private spaces.
Is design materiality about more than aesthetics? The answer is yes and Secret Gardens House in India by Spasm Architects is key example of how and why.
A Strata refers to a collection of apartments designed and built together on different levels, but what does it look when you use this approach to design one family home?
A local architecture office in the Indian city of Surat has designed a harmonious living format for an agriculturalist and his family, who wanted be closely connected to lush greenery despite their urban setting.