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Transforming a 70 years old house into a modern residence with incorporation of the needs of the client is always a challenging task. That is what Bhatia House is all about.
The palette of materials and colours which has been used throughout the design is to focus on the modernism.
The key is in small details which depicts the personality of the residents through the overall design.
“Classical” is the concept behind the courtyard design, where we played with the flooring pattern, traditional columns, railing, arches, and punning on the walls.
The roof above the courtyard seating is designed in such a way as to offer a view of the sky throughout.
Hotel Landmark is designed with the thought of creating an iconic building with overwhelming amenities and a beautiful exterior facade, using creative lighting.
Also, the effort was to incorporate nature within the premise. On the terrace, couple of gazebos along with other developments are designed for outdoor seating and other outdoor events.
Sustainable development is the masterful balance of meeting our own needs without jeopardizing future generations’ ability to do the same.
The essence of interior design will always be about people because your home should tell the story of who you are, and be a collection of what you love.
Maruti Vihar is an interesting mix of duplex housing options which offers with two individual designs complementing the master plan.
It collectively provides all the essential amenities along with lush green garden which is set to delight residents of all age groups. It emphasizes the importance of social spaces in design.
Materials play an important role in any design, whether it is aesthetic or functional.
Here, we have used several materials like cement sheet, stone and false partition in order to achieve the temperature difference within the building which in the long term, results in good energy efficiency.
In our current modern world, some clients still exist who love to own a old traditional house and be close to their roots.
Pravesh Dwar is a project in which one level is purely dedicated to the office while the other is dedicated to the residence of the owner.
The house is designed to create the physical and visual flow of spaces. The planning is done in such a way that the activities of office and residence remain separate from each other.
The project is designed with the thought of enhancing spaces with maximum natural lighting.
Commercial spaces must be designed in such a manner that every inch is utilised effectively.
The grand entry appealed by the double height chandelier which connects the two levels.
In this Textile Showroom, the whole place is fragmented into two heights, divided into separate sections as per the requirement of customer & furniture is designed to cater to its necessity.
The Salon gives you the perfect balance of relaxation and rejuvenation. It gives you calm and peaceful retreats with enough privacy to relieve your everyday hustle in outside world. It is designed by keeping such thoughts up front.
THE SPORTS COMPLEX
In order to encourage sports in the state of Chattisgarh commonly known as the rice bowl of India, a Sports Complex is proposed at the upcoming smart-city Naya Raipur.
This architecture is trying to connect with the urban nature and create a high number of activity platforms which greatly improves the participation of people into the sports.
The space is designed with multiple indoor and outdoor games segregating the circulation and parking spaces.
The overall site has been divided into three building blocks which are designed with the concept of Inverted Pyramid.
THE WIDE HOUSE
This site gave us the freedom of wonderful addition – subtraction while developing the form of the building which was initiated by the free flowing plan of the residence and justified with the depth shown through the colour scheme of the building.
Our opportunity, as designers, is to learn how to handle the complexity and to realize that the big art of design is to make complicated things simple.
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