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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Ar. Ricardo Bofill, Ar. Disney Davis, Architecture Discipline, Ar. Michiya Tsukano DS Architecture & more

                       
Any element of intrigue tends to add pizzazz; and the same holds good for interiors and architecture too. We explore the idea of ‘quirkiness’ in our projects this week as we visit an inside-out typology of a home in Japan; or even the one raised on stilts in Queensland. Shaped like a violin, the House of Hungarian Music remains an unrealized project, whilst closer home, a young couple gets an abode suffused with love and laughter – yabba, dabba, doo ehstyle

Enjoy the sojourn with us as we prepare to come back to you with more interesting fare… week after week!

Warmly,
Savitha Hira
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  Projects
  A Flintstones-house, anyone?
  Standing categorically apart from the usual apartments, is this Flintstones-inspired, 700 sq ft. cavernously-designed home for a young couple in Bandra, Mumbai …
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  Neel Sutra - The Indian Fashion Store
  Indigenous design elements and allegory through multiple architectural elements pays homage to Indian fashion in the 2200 sq. ft. multi-designer ...
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  Process
  The House of Hungarian Music
  Conceptualized as a unique work of art, the House of Hungarian Music, inspired by the violin, is a metaphoric integration of music and art...
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  Projects
  Sentimental Embrace
  D S Architecture, Australia renovates a 60-year old residential property near Brisbane River, Queensland, by proposing a design solution in conjunction with...
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  Out-of-box Architecture
  Architecture can be approached in many ways. Here is an out-of-box approach by Ar. Michiya Tsukano for a modern home in Southern Japan...
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