Houses | South City Residence
The issue of privacy and independence was tackled with a different approach to the modern Indian family; two identical houses were designed which were joined together through balconies and a common compound area.
Traditionally, the Indian family system has been associated with that of a joint family; in recent times, that has changed with each unit that is a part of the joint setup developing a specific requirement of space and privacy. The client brief necessitated a house for two brothers, on two adjoining plots.
The problem was tackled with a different approach to the modern Indian family; two identical houses were designed which were joined together through balconies and a common compound area. This gave the two brothers independent houses to project their vision and maintain a connection between both spaces at the same time. With a unified facade, the two houses end up looking one. Open spaces and connection with nature has been incorporated at varied levels with two gardens in the front and back of the house. A take on modern Indian joint family living space, Twin house sets a precedent for Indian homes today.
Houses | South City Residence
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We embrace the passion a client brings to the design of a residential project & encourage them to participate in the evolution of their home.
where luxury meets contemporary design while insulating it from its urban location by creating multiple internal courtyards for tranquility & light
uses innovative design thinking to produce a low cost building that achieves remarkable energy efficiency
emphasizes several of the sustainability strategies central to our ethos - LED lighting, rainwater harvesting, double insulated glass, thermal insulation for exterior walls, & reusing building materials
We are deeply sensitive to the local urban environment that we inhabit.
is a private residence that embodies our core beliefs of achieving elegant simplicity of form through impeccable detailing
combines the post colonial modern architecture of Delhi with local materials while using the facade as a palette to re-examine the De Stijl movement
is designed to be inherently sustainable - not only is it planned for minimal heat gain, it is also designed to breathe and allow natural ventilation.
takes inspiration from the local colonial architecture of Shimla for its grey slate walls and green roof while creating a sustainable vacation home
combines the needs of two families that require proximity and privacy into a single built form that overlooks a sunken entertainment area with a private pool
is spread over two floors, combined with a staircase sitting in a double height atrium and uses the finest finishes to achieve a contemporary appeal
best describes how the renovation of this aging property dynamically changed it into a modern home for the next generation
is an architectural exploration into how a definitive low cost building can be designed to combat Delhi's fierce climate by offering multiple zones of enclosure
began life as a multi-family apartment building that was gutted and remodeled to cater to the needs of a reduced family that needed larger living spaces
draws on the local traditions & materials of the region to create a cubic composition on the facade using bricks made from Dholpur stone
is an inward looking private residence on one of the largest plots in Vasant Vihar, and incorporates indulgences such as an air-conditioned garage and a two lane bowling alley
is our first built work and encompasses the values we still pride ourselves on - a relentless search for innovation and a fastidious attention to detail
Situated on a corner property with open aspects on three sides, the house is organised around the views.
A stately bungalow is approached through a series of increasingly private quadrangles.
is a renovation project of a serene and peaceful farmhouse situated in south-west Delhi. The living spaces were re-organized and re-done with minimum demolition to fulfil the client's requirements.
"A townhouse within an apartment building" is how the owners described this triple storey apartment. Originally consisting of two apartments stacked above each other, the sense of a house is created by two voluminous stairwells.