This modernist house in Gurgaon, Haryana, India designed by DADA & Partners is a fusion between traditional and modern architecture. The house was designed around a courtyard which forms the centre of the house. The steel and timber staircase is the focus of the house as you enter the double-height front door. The V-shaped support columns add another feature to the modernist architecture.
This bungalow project in Delhi, India with contemporary interior design and rich features such as pillars and capitals provide an interesting mix of modern and traditional. The second floor overlooks the imposing double height living area with rich decor. Siporex murals and modern colour palettes create a transition between the modern design and the traditional elements.
This modern family residence in New Delhi, India is designed for three generations of a family. Architecture and design firm Morphogenesis created an energy efficient home that allows air movement and light to flow throughout the house. The lap pool helps with heat absorption on the top terraces. The skylights above the interior garden creates a green sanctuary within the house. Interior spaces are divided into three categories — private domain such as bedrooms and breakfast room, inter-generational spaces such as the kitchen, dinning areas and family room, and public domain where visitors are invited to participate in cultural activities.
This modern home located in the fishing village of Chowara near Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala, India sits on a cliff with panoramic view of the Arabian Sea. Designed by Khosla Associates, the house has a large infinity-edge swimming pool which draws the focus to its natural environment. The open plan allows the sea breeze to ventilate the house, and the bathrooms have open courts to provide a complete tropical experience.