DIYA House

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geejogeejo wrote:28 November 2017

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    Vinita Kunnath added this to Design Ideas From Ahmedabad Homes That Epitomise Timeless Style26 April 2021

    SPASM Design Architects prove that nature can be preserved by any means. The entrance of this house was built around an existing neem tree, allowing it to flourish and grow.Read more: India’s Top Architects & Designers Predict Design Trends of 2021Houzz Experts: Top Decor & Design Questions Answered - Part 1Tell us: Which design element would you incorporate in your home, given a chance? Do tell us in the Comments section below.

    Vinita Kunnath added this to 3 Stunning Indian Homes That Are Also Environmentally Conscious14 July 2019

    In the endeavour to accommodate the trees, the design resulted in several courtyards (that allow cool air to flow in) and a 16-metre entrance lobby that is built around a neem tree.

    Rashmi Haralalka added this to 10 Ways to Create Magic With Wooden Accents on Walls1 April 2018

    1. Vertical pivoting wooden louvres line the entrance to this house and let in breeze and natural light. The cantilevered ceiling brings another wooden element and its smooth expanse makes an interesting textural contrast to the perpendicular louvres. I love how the neem tree (Azadirachta indica), growing through the roof, adds to the nature-inspired theme. See more of this home

    Meghna Mehta added this to 9 Reasons to Bring Louvres Into Your Home5 January 2017

    1. As visual barriersConsider using louvres to define the flow of internal spaces within the house. Instead of building walls or partitions, these can be brought in to act as light screens. In this house by SPASM, the stand-alone louvres define the entry porch and also create a semi-open space between the house and the open courtyard.

    Amanda Peters added this to Houzz Tour: An Ahmedabad Home Uses Nature to Combat Climate6 November 2016

    The entrance to the courtyard encloses an existing neem tree (Azadirachta indica), setting the tone for the rest of the house – the powerful presence of nature pervades the entire home. Merchant says, “The tree adds to the whole experience of the entrance. We created certain details which allow the tree to move and grow. The air which comes through from the sides is controlled through vertical louvring in wood and by sliding panels.”

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    HU-603906580 added this to great room30 December 2020

    Wow, what kind of floor is this? Love the look!

    User added this to Living_Areas17 November 2020

    wooden break up to the lounge/dining

    akame added this to Nature & Homes12 August 2020

    Ahmedabad, Gujarat - entrance built around a neem tree and view of courtyard

    Prosperous Homes added this to Sustainable10 August 2020

    To accommodate the trees, the architects incorporated several courtyards (allowing cool air to flow in) and a 52-foot entrance lobby built around a neem tree.

    ectam added this to Entry9 August 2020

    To accommodate the trees, the architects incorporated several courtyards (allowing cool air to flow in) and a 52-foot entrance lobby built around a neem tree.

    Syntheia Woolard added this to View In My Room8 August 2020

    Floor color and shine is perfect

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