On 09, Feb 2016 | In Residential Architecture | By wallbadmin
This unassuming farmhouse measures about 480SQ.M and is planned on sprawling farms of over 50 Acresin Dhodaballapur. The owner,Mr.Shashi is a floriculturist and spends 80% of his time in the farm managing the produce & flower business.
The design was conceived as an architectural composition of forms that are simple and look like they arise from the ground.arious architectural compositions present themselves, when viewed from different sides.The approach through the driveway provides a first view of the massive slope of the roof that gives the elevation its distinctive character.The rest of the exterior is a combination of random rubble masonry, glass and wood.
This Two storeys house has its private and semi-private areas. There are space which face the an internal courtyard and all spaces open into large gardens planned around the setbacks. The ground floor has the lobby, drawing and dining rooms, two bedrooms and a courtyard, whereas the upper floor has one bedroom ad a bar area which overlooks the living below.Special attention has been paid to the treatment of the rubble walls & in keeping the finishes to very maintenance friendly and simple materials at the same time not compromising on fresh design and lighting option everywhere.
A set of 12 Studio apartments smartly planned on a 2400 Sq.ft Site,This commercial development in Vijayanagar Bangalore is but a typical example of our residential planning concept called “The urban compact”.
This simple courtyard home has an air of elegance.This design was an attempt to reinvent the remarkable form of traditional courtyard residential architecture. The courtyard is this style’s quintessence and its relevance to the home is apparent as well as subtle.It is the structures core.
On 02, Sep 2014 | In Residential Architecture | By wallbadmin
At first glance, this house designed for Venkat appears slightly dark and brooding. No huge windows or inviting embellishments, only angular planes of concrete beams and chunks of Aerocon blocks making up the facade.
This sparkling house at Dollars Colony at Bangalore has everything; it has a large living room screened away from the main entry by a level down and by a huge glass curtain. Collapsing doors that let in fresh air and a little backyard that makes a perfect space for tea .The entire house is bathed in sunlight.
As architects, it is always nice to design large houses and villas. We’d usually think, the bigger the dwelling, the better. But as evidenced by WallB Architects, this compact Banglaorean home, proves that architects can make do with a small canvas. Especially when the client completely trusts you and lets you explore.