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PUNE, Maharashtra, India-411045 |Practicing since: Jan. 1, 2009
Bungalow at Bavdhan, Residential-Single family dwellingProject Status: Completed
Client: confidential Area: 7500 sq.ft. Year: 2015 Days for execution: 75 nos. Cost Of Execution: 45 Lakh The word is introskeleton. It is easy to see why from this refurbishment project that involved additions/ subtraction both internally and externally, anchored by masonry/ wooden partition, is the addition of sense to the user. The new walls in propagating along the circulation directions provide a slightly subversive sense of thrust, their gentle suggestion, a residue of some previous masonry and generating new force-lines. The metal framework at restricted places imposes the new signature to the usability, orchestrating the various structural, functional and insulation features.
The new design subverts the previous compositional scheme, triggering a radical transformation that involves a mutual interaction of the internal energies with the place, giving entirely different life prospects to the new organism thus created. The floating exposed masonry wall that reflects and amplifies the outdoor activities thus visual loci of the spaces surrounding it. The project as a whole encapsulates the basic principle by which the functions of a building affect the architecture. The clients needs clearly pointed in this direction in their request for a space tailored to their lifestyle that corresponded to the new aesthetic identity of the house they had purchased in 2008!
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