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Minimalism meets vernacular  - Mr and Mrs Jayasimha Reddy’s Home in Hyderabad | Design Experiment - The Architects Diary

The architects envisioned a home by applying principles of modern design, decluttering the space and interweaving it with traditional Indian materials and artefacts that the clients brought in with them from their ancestral properties. The final design is an amalgam of modern and minimal vernacular interior design.

A simple traditional South Indian house design from the hills of Ooty. It is a mix of ethnic and modern design with antique furniture and artifacts.

A traditional cottage in the hills of Ooty gets a space planning and decor refresh. Designed and decorated by its owner, Navaneetha, it is a fine balance of modern architecture and traditional…

With creamy white walls and an open arrangement in the floor plan, the home of Aninda and Mayank in Delhi, is an enviable balance of tranqu...

With creamy white walls and an open arrangement in the floor plan, the home of Aninda and Mayank in Delhi, is an enviable balance of tranquility and décor drama at play. Working with an overall white color palette, accomplishes a designer feel and brings about a relaxed, sophisticated vibe. The couple has expertly used pops of color in the home to bring in the much needed contrast, visual interest and happy vibes. Mayank is an investment professional while Aninda is a multidisciplinary…

The Contemporary Cubic House | Tvakshati Architects - The Architects Diary

The Contemporary Cubic House | Tvakshati Architects It’s a contemporary cubic house designed by II TVAKSHATI ARCHITECTS II amidst urban vicinity in Surat with timeless architecture and interiors. This cubic house is dominated with three boxes fit within each other very artistically, leaving the voids acting as positive see-through spaces supported by material pallet comprising of stone, wood, stone concrete and glass. The play of planes, solids, and voids is the most striking beauty of the…

Gaston Bachelard wrote, “The house shelters day-dreaming, the house protects the dreamer, the house allows one to dream in peace.” This is especially true of our busy urban life today, where we seek a space for dreaming, away from the hustle-bustle of everyday life. In case of the Mansukhbhai’s residence, this space of their own is a 10, 000 sq.ft family residence for six, on a suburban plot in West Ahmedabad. This lush-green neighbourhood became the perfect place for this family to work with Av

Contemporary House with a Simple Layout | Avasiti Design The house is envisioned as a single-unit, set in a 18,000 sq.ft plot, with a large front yard and garden area. The openness of the front garden balances the built-mass and allows for extended gatherings and family events. At first glance, two massive cubes, in brick and exposed concrete catch the eye, while a large overhanging plane completes the frame of this contemporary house. The space framed by the large exposed brick columns…

הסלון של אלי וענת - תמונות, כתבות וטיפים שימושיים בנושא עיצוב פנים, הום סטיילינג ועיצוב הבית מאת עידה זכריה, מעצבת פנים. למידע נוסף כנסו לאתר "הבית של עידה".

הסלון של אלי וענת - תמונות, כתבות וטיפים שימושיים בנושא עיצוב פנים, הום סטיילינג ועיצוב הבית מאת עידה זכריה, מעצבת פנים. למידע נוסף כנסו לאתר "הבית של עידה".

Name: Karthik V.Location: Bangalore, IndiaSize: 1,420 square feetYears lived in: 4 months

Name: Karthik V.Location: Bangalore, IndiaSize: 1,420 square feetYears lived in: 4 months We’ve had a healthy number of house tours on Apartment Therapy from a surprising number of readers from India willing to open their doors to share with readers on the other side of the globe, and we’re happy to return again to Bangalore to a home filled with “surprises around every corner”.

Share on Tumblr South India is known for its wood work made out of rose and teak wood. You will find several products made with wood here. One of them is my favorite indoor swing, which is also known as oonjal.

Share on Tumblr South India is known for its wood work made out of rose and teak wood. You will find several products made with wood here. One of them is my favorite indoor swing, which is also known as oonjal.