Contemporary and Traditional Architecture

Contemporary and Traditional Architecture

Contemporary and Traditional Architecture

Architecture should speak of its time and place, but yearn for timelessness.”

The design of explicit time and culture is appeared to act as a perfect mirror, which will replicate a correct understanding concerning the manner within which the society has developed over the years.

The house fuses ancient forms and native materials in a trendy thanks to modifying the use of the natural facet and orientation of the location.

In straightforward words, it presents a transparent insight into all the most recent developments a society has witnessed with the days.

If you closely investigate the design history, you will be able to simply comprehend the shift that has taken place from the normal design observe to today’s up to date observe.
However, the class and therefore the richness that ancient design styles will bring round a building structure remains well-admired by several design enthusiasts all round the globe.

People who would like to maintain a link to their past invariably value more highly to ancient design while constructing their new building
structures in order that their regional heritage continues
best bet is to stay alive.

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Blending within the ancient design in conjunction with trendy up to date styles is that the best bet to stay alive the magic of ancient Indian styles in conjunction with the convenience of up to date styles.

In terms of materials, the house is firmly rooted in the history of tradition through the use of delicately exposed brick and stone (used for cladding and to create external walls), which gets well blended with Contemporary approach by accents of C-projection and cantilevering balcony to accentuate the elevation.

Traditional Indian designs were not only about the aesthetic appeal but also rather blending in with the climate & atmosphere of a particular region.

In this residence, the building has a subtle and balanced look with a fusion of Contemporary style and Traditional look.

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Mrs. Anuradha B. S.

Mrs. Anuradha B. S.

Mrs. Anuradha B. S.

Replicates the design features of spanish style with arched windows, arched projections, ornamented railing work and beige stucco finish.

Concept: This dual plot attached house, with linear design, with duplex on the upper floors, conprising as a single unit large bunglow in bengaluru, giving a spanish building feeling.
Project Type: Spanish style
Location: Sarjapur road
Plot size: 60×40
Built up area: 6000 sft
Project cost: 1.5 crore

Mr.Venu

Mr.Venu

Mr.Venu

The building has a subtle and balanced look with overall enhancement of more light into the building with use of shades of grey and white.the use of materials such as exposed brick and stone, provides the building a traditional look . and fusing contemporary style with traditional.

Concept: A morden duplex house concept with spacious and large bedrooms.the principal focus of the house would be the c – boxing projection, cantilevering outwards. also, having wooden verticals and glass railing.
Project Type: A fusion of traditional and contemporary architecture.
Location: JayaNagar, Bangalore
Plot size: 60×40
Built up area: 6000 sft
Project cost: 2 crore

Mr. Sameer Rao

Mr. Sameer Rao

Mr. Sameer Rao

A mid- century bungalow design with slight contemporary touch to it.Gives a good blend of materials along its exterior facade. Thus, provides a fresh look to the house.

Concept: Sloped roof supported on large columns that marks the double height space, sheltering the entrance area. Brick jali pattern for windows.Stone cladding with grooves in entire facade.Balcony with glass railing with MS supports, giving the house a overall balanced facade.
Project Type: Colonial style
Location: Banagetta road
Plot size: 60*90
Built up area: 8000 sft
Project cost: 3 crore

Space saving ideas for your home

Space saving ideas for your home

Space saving ideas for your home

No matter how big our house is, we always seem to need more space. Maybe it’s for keeping something important to you or storing things away. Using space cleverly and judiciously can help a lot with this. You can use space you already have differently, a win-win in my opinion.

So here are some space-saving tips you can use in your home.

Use your stairs!

Chances are, you have a blank wall at the bottom side of your stairs that just sits there. Definitely put that space to use- either put a hanging shelf that takes a few minutes for installation, or you can make it a library with multiple shelves. Put up a few hangers and you can use it as a coat or hat hanger. Or you can create a space beneath the stairs to make it into a personalised nook- a pantry, a kennel, a reading corner, a meditation corner etc. You can even put in shelves within the stairs so each stair will have a shelf underneath. The possibilities are endless!

Bathroom cabinets

There is just so much potential space to be used in the bathroom. In Indian households, the under-sink area tends to be ignored- especially in the case of pedestal sinks. However, there are shelves that are designed specifically to fit under pedestal sinks. Or you could just attach some sort of curtains underneath the sink and store things away without anyone being able to see it. If your sink is attached directly to the wall- the better! You can put in shelves, baskets etc. When you get sinks for a new home preferably get one with storage facilities.

Cupboards

This may seem like I’m stating the obvious- of course cupboards help in storage, but hear me out. Most cupboards aren’t used to their full potential, which wastes precious space. We have cupboards with just a hanging rack for clothes and the space beneath is completely wasted. You could add shelves to such cupboards and store shoes or something else and the extra space beneath it. Having a section with shelves within the cupboard can also help store your pyjamas and inner wear- stuff that you don’t necessarily hang up. Think of how you can organise to save space within the space you store things itself.

Mr. Vinay Residence

Mr. Vinay Residence

Mr. Vinay Residence

Exposed rustic brick work, with shades of grey and white used in elevation, making it elegant. wooden vertical louvers and MS pergola .

Concept: The existing floor was ground where the client was presently residing. They wanted a 2BHK house above to be expanded and it has a beautiful contemporary elevation which stands out in the lane which has a lot of old structures.
Project Type: Contemporary house style
Location: JayaNagar, Bangalore
Plot size: 60×40
Built up area: 2300 sft
Project cost: 45 lakhs

Dr. Ravichandra Residence

Dr. Ravichandra Residence

Mr. Ravichandran

A three storey colonial style house with a colonnaded porch providing a rich and grand look.

Concept: The colonial style house with double height classical columns provides a royal look to the elevation. The entrance consists of semi circular stairs leading right up to the entrance door. The interiors of the house is contained with spacious living spaces along with terrace garden and a swimming pool.
Project Type: Colonial style
Location: Sahakarnagar, Bangalore
Plot size: 60×40
Built up area: 5000 sft
Project cost: 1.5 crores

Mrs. Vishalakshi Residence

Mrs. Vishalakshi Residence

Mrs. Vishalakshi

Linear contemporary architecture, with solids and voids and circular corner projections.

Concept: The apartment comprises of stilt and 3 floors with 2BHK residential rent units and stilt being the parking area and 1 BHK rent house and 3rd floor had a duplex unit for their own purpose. The elevation is very contemporary and since its in a dense residential area we cannot design the elevation to look more linear so we kept it simple and tried to break the elevation into parts.
Project Type: Modern house
Location: RajajiNagar, Bangalore
Plot size: 30X80
Built up area: Approx 5500 sft
Project cost: 95 lakhs

Mr. Appu Metgud’s Residence

Mr. Appu Metgud’s Residence

Mr. Appu Metgud’s Residence

It is a G+1 independent house. 3BHK family unit.

Concept: A contemporary style house with very simplistic design. The house is simple composition of squares & rectangles with projecting balconies with huge windows.Neutral colours combination adds to the contemporary look of the building.
Project Type: Modern simple
Location: Belgam
Plot size: 60×40
Built up area: 2653 sft
Project cost: 1.2 crore

Mr. Abhishek’s Residence

Mr. Abhishek’s Residence

Mr. Abhishek’s Residence

It is a bungalow with G+1. It is a independent house & part of roof of the house sloped roof.

Concept: A bungalow is a type of building, originally developed in Bengal. Common features of many bungalows includes verandas & being low rise. It is either single story or has a second story built into a slopping roof with dormer windows.
Project Type: Vernacular style farm house
Location: Chikkamagalur
Plot size: 61x40
Built up area: 2940 sft
Project cost: 60 lacks

Mr. Rayappa Gouda patil Residence

Mr. Rayappa Gouda patil Residence

Residence for Mr. Rayappa Gouda patil

A 2 storey contemporary style bungalow with huge picture windows allowing huge amount of light and ventilation into the building.

Concept: This spacious villa is plotted at the centre of the site allowing maximum light and ventilation through the huge spacious setbacks. The entrance porch or the veranda reminds us of the olden traditional style verandas but only reflected back in a contemporary manner. The living space is provided with picture windows. And the house comprises of a courtyard in the central portion with all the rooms of the house overlooking into the courtyard. Thus, this house is a complete contemporary reflection of a traditional style house.
Location: Shahpur, Karnataka
Plot size: 85×90
Built up area: 4300 sft
Project cost:  1 crore

Mrs. Jayabhat Residence

Mrs. Jayabhat Residence

Residence for Mrs. Jayabhat

An independent contemporary style bungalow located in the suburbs of Bangalore.

Concept: This contemporary style house is 3 storeys high with projected bay windows providing beautiful views towards the suburban environment around the house. The projected slab with wooden decking enhances the overall look of the building and it also serves as chajjas to all the windows under it. The pergola in front provides a semi covered shelter to the car parking space and is used to grow various creepers on it to provide shade.
Project Type: Contemporary house style
Location: Idyaranyapura, Bangalore
Plot size: 60×40
Built up area: 3800 sft
Project cost: 82 lakhs