Conceptually the Bangalore house has two opposing faces, an introverted exterior facing the street in the east and south , and an extroverted interior elevation facing west and north. The street facing massing is more opaque while the garden facing elevations provide transparency and views.
Krishnan house was completed in 2015 by Khosla Associates in Bengaluru, India. Description by architect: The 16,000 sft site of the Krishnan house had several existing trees and we envisioned a relatively low-slung architectural expression that would be interpretive of a vernacular aesthetic, while accommodating its green surroundings. An architecture of sloped Mangalore tiled roofs […]
Bhuwalka House was designed for a young couple and their daughter and it includes a basement for parking, four bedrooms, a home theater, gym and public spaces. The living room, dining room and the kitchen form together a generous space that interacts with a large garden. The house is located in Koramangala neighborhood from Bangalore, […]