House on a Stream

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Archana Rajendran added this to 9 Ways to Make Minimalism Work in Indian Homes19 April 2017

7. Upgrade your wooden furnitureWooden furniture is a hallmark of Indian interior design and is a must-have in almost every Indian home. Minimalism favours light furniture with clean-cut, contemporary lines. Instead of going with traditional Indian furniture (which is usually heavy, imposing and elaborately carved), choose streamlined wooden furniture with minimal or no decoration. This will bring in a sleek, minimalist spin to your interiors like it achieves here in this space by Architecture Brio.Find out how to buy and maintain your wooden furniture

Amanda Peters added this to 9 Stunning Indian Courtyards That Soak Up the Sun5 January 2017

3. Showcasing nature at its finestThis Alibaug home by Architecture BRIO delicately weaves a stream and many medicinal and fruit trees into its design. Here, the courtyard concept, minus one concrete enclosure wall, creates a comfortable microclimate. To best enjoy this intimate ambience and take advantage of the view, the ‘day areas’ of the house – dining, kitchen, living room and entrance verandah – are all located around the courtyard.

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Nikitha Shajahan added this to Nikitha's ideas23 December 2019

Courtyard - in my idea- the left side wall should be replaced with glass

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