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Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India-201301 |Practicing since: April 10, 2007
Residence at DLF Phase-IV, Gurgaon, Residential-multi-family dwellingProject Status: Completed
The Requirement of three nuclear families living together in one house with few common spaces was met by understanding the cultural background of the families, their family composition, living habits and their aspiration and providing a solution that balances out the complex architectural requirement of spaces, bye-laws and services yet providing every space a separate identity for the inhabitants personalisation. The major challenge was to break away from the apparent elevation of three independent floors to a single family residence; which was achieved by staggering elements of the facade, having different railing styles yet unifying the entire look of the house. In the interiors, similar spaces on each floor were given different treatment but utilising similar materials, elements & textures; for giving inhabitants a feeling of individuality and personalisation and at the same time imparting harmony in the design across all floors.
Basement a common space for all the families is well lit with a sunken courtyard at the rear and houses a formal drawing room, bar and a home-theatre along with three separate rooms utilised as separate storage spaces for each family. Ground, First and the Second floor each houses a master bedroom and kids/guest bedrooms that occupy the external front and rear spaces and a central courtyard imparts natural light and ventilation to Kitchen-dining and lobby. All the spaces are interconnected with a L-shaped lobby which is accessed from entrance foyer at each floor. A level difference at each floor physically segregates the formal and the in-formal areas.
Terraces houses two Servants Apartment and a open terrace at two levels to be uses primarily for gatherings and parties. The spaces constraint and the ambitious requirements of client pushed us to try some unconventional designs that satisfied the space requirement and addressed well to the requirements of the inhabitants. The kids room in this house exemplify this aptly; where the beds were pushed embracing the walls and arranging storage, wardrobe and study units in a wrapping around manner leaving the centre space for kids to utilise as per their whims. Kids could perform dance, or play music or have small gatherings with friends in the same room that is otherwise used for only sleeping primarily.
Play of staggered shapes jali and glass to create a play of shape and texture as one enters.
Formal space, kept it simple with furniture and upholstery to do the talking.
This picture relates to/has: Lobby, Wooden Door, Door Design
Designed to call forth a feeling of being welcomed with elements and lights inducing feeling of warmth.
This picture relates to/has: Kitchen, Large Kitchen, cupboard, Cabinet
This picture relates to/has: Entrance, Wooden Door, Planters, Door Design
This picture relates to/has: Exterior, Elevation
This picture relates to/has: Bedroom, Master Bedroom, Ceiling Design, Wardrobe, Headboards
This picture relates to/has: Living Room, Furniture, wall shelf
This picture relates to/has: Dining Room, gas stove, Dining Table, Furniture
This picture relates to/has: Bedroom, Master Bedroom, false ceiling
This picture relates to/has: LED Unit
This picture relates to/has: Bedroom, Boys Bedroom, bookshelves, Furniture
This picture relates to/has: Bedroom, Girls Bedroom, bed, bookshelves, Furniture, false ceiling
This picture relates to/has: Bathroom, Dressing Room, mirror, Flower Vase, Wash Basin
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