Tag New Delhi, India

Studio Lotus, Earth and Glass House

01-04-2022

Studio Lotus, Earth and Glass House

The Earth and Glass House project designed by Studio Lotus in New Delhi is a house conceived to create a harmonious dialogue between architecture and nature. Those who come here for weekend retreats are able to regenerate themselves, in full respect of the environment and in line with the tradition of designing according to the Vastu principles, the ancient "teaching on proper dwelling".

Architecture Discipline: Rug Republic offices, New Delhi

20-10-2021

Architecture Discipline: Rug Republic offices, New Delhi

To condemn the brutal urbanisation of New Delhi, Architecture Discipline has designed the headquarters of Rug Republic, a carpet manufacturer, to resemble the armoured shell of an animal. On the Okhla Industrial Estate, an industrial suburb of the capital, this corten steel structure protects the building against monkey attacks.

Studio Lotus: Stacked House in New Delhi

13-10-2021

Studio Lotus: Stacked House in New Delhi

A residential building in a densely populated area of New Delhi opens from the inside out, to elevate the living experience. Light, ventilation and interconnection are the key elements of the project designed by Studio Lotus. Traditional building models cleverly combine with technological innovation.

Envisage designs White Flower Hall, girls’ hostel for the Mann School in Alipur, New Delhi

08-02-2021

Envisage designs White Flower Hall, girls’ hostel for the Mann School in Alipur, New Delhi

The new girls’ hostel of the Mann School in Alipur, India, was recently completed. A sustainable complex designed to foster learning, as well as the interaction between students, for a comprehensive development of their personalities. "A home away from home": this was the guiding idea of the project designed by the Envisage studio, founded by architects Meena Murthy Kakkar and Vishal Kakkar in New Delhi.

Architecture Discipline’s Palm Avenue: going back to nature in New Delhi

23-10-2020

Architecture Discipline’s Palm Avenue: going back to nature in New Delhi

Prize-winning Indian architectural studio Architecture Discipline has designed an independent home in New Delhi for a family of five who were tired of the traffic and pollution of the big city and sought refuge in the Vasant Kunj district at the foot of the Aravalli Mountains. The house, designed with a low environmental impact and minimalist square lines, is inspired by Le Corbusier’s Villa Petit, but covered with long, regular wooden planks.

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