The Living Room, with Terrace on the right
The Living Room, with Terrace on the right
K2India
Left occassional table is in top: platinum wedge veneer with mild steel legs and brass pegs. Center tables in top: pink quartz and base in mild steel kapsi finish. right side nest of tables in top MOP & another in black granite kreo finish.
Mr. Reji's Residence
Mr. Reji's Residence
Silpi Architects
An elegant 10,000 sq.ft residence in Kuruppampady designed along a gently sloping terrain blends in effortlessly with its surrounding landscape. Accessed from the east along the lower side of the slope, the residence conceived in 2 levels spreads across xx cents of land. Surrounded by buildings on all 3 sides, the house is designed with delicately merging in the exteriors to its interiors without compromising the privacy of the client. The client's desire to not have a large imposing structure on site lead to the proposal of large sloping roofs for the built mass to considerably scale down the structure and to resolve it as part of the extended landscape. The house is oriented towards outside, with the main feature being its ‘openness to the surrounding landscape’ with almost all the rooms opening into the exterior greens and all the terraces converted to green roofs, the house is a beautiful manifestation of achieving inside - outside relation through design.
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