The design on both the ground and first floor involves an open plan with living, dining and kitchen
spaces flowing one into the other.
The interlocking mud blocks are designed to lock with the next one, as the name suggests, and hence
bring down the cement mortar consumption drastically.
A sophisticated ambience by finishing the walls with grey polished cement
One of a kind city house that revolved around a specific requirement that was to design a spacious
eco-friendly four bedroom house
The linearity of the site encouraged the planning to be simple and vernacular with the various spaces
Renovation & extension of a 20-year-old family house.
Client’s fascination to both French Colonial and Chettinad architecture paved our way to
intelligently bring in the best of both worlds
Architectural massing of the house however has a complicated element of quirk borrowed from its
neighboring landmark structure to extend itself to its surrounding design
A spacious looking home for a family of five and two dogs in a small plot located in a densely packed
A combination of both floral and geometric traditional Athangudi tile patterns across the floor areas
transforms the house into a warm, cozy and an eco-friendly home.
The fine line between rustic and contemporary or the marriage between the two, is tricky to chalk out
sometimes, and this apartment truly tests this experiment.
This house has been envisioned as a series of bright and airy spaces,
with an open plan and climate friendly material.
Recycled materials being converted into architectural elements, this house will
be a hands on building experiment with workshops.
Designed to minimize impact of its footprint on the surrounding
A three-building complex in the heart of a beautiful scenic village in Tamil Nadu with the rocky
Vellore hills creating a stunning backdrop.