The paradox of House Under Shadows is that in creating sporadic darkness, the building in fact also does the opposite – it shapes light.
Perched in Sahyadri Hills, a mountain range on the outskirts of the busy metropolis of Mumbai, India, reD Architect’s Airavat provides a welcome respite from city life.
The latest residential project from Studio IAAD is both discreet and majestic. A dichotomy of styles that nevertheless blends together perfectly to pay homage to the client and a stellar collection of art.
Designed as a ‘home away from home’, this apartment by Aditi Sharma Design Studio offers its owners a hotel-like experience, while having the creature comforts of home.
In New Delhi, India a new style of residence has been designed by Studio Lotus providing comfort and amenity for families as well as reinventing living on a vertical scale.
Today, the built environment fields of the archetypal Western regions are abuzz with talk and thought about design for wellbeing; to which it need not be said, fair deuce.
Nestled deep within the hilly terrain of Hyderabad, India, Lakehouse by CollectiveProject offers its owners – and their guests – a weekend respite from urban life.
Despite its location in the heart of an Indian capital city, Spacefiction Studio has designed this house to ensure that its residents will always enjoy a sense of privacy, lightness, and proximity to nature.
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.