Photography: Tejas Shah
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A place of solitudeAn otherwise plain and monotonous wall has been brought to life with the help of a human figurine, innovatively positioned reclining against it. Also note how the shadows of the trees around it are used, making it a great composition.
While taking a casual walk around the garden, these expressive sculptures busy striking very human, life-like poses can cause anyone to do a double take and look closely again – a different way to accessorise the garden.Read more:Accessorising Guide: Make Your Home Pinterest WorthyTell us:Do you have a funny, quirky or mind-bending accessory or furniture piece in your home? Share images and tell us about them in Comments below.
Vadodara is accustomed to high temperatures of up to 45° C. To combat this extreme climate, the house is designed to keep the internal temperature pleasant through the day. Acting like the spine of the house, a massive blank cavity wall runs along the southwest absorbing the harshest sunlight. “It is largely an inward facing house. Only one area, a triangular multi-purpose spot, protrudes out of the wall and connects with the outside.” says Gada. He achieves the bold minimalist aesthetic by hiding away all the spaces behind the cavity wall.