Designed by Urban Zen Overlapping Volumes Apartment in Hyderabad is a sprawling 22,000 sqft apartment. A home built for a very special client who is just 32, is a celebration of his astounding success.
Swarna House is designed by SMW Architects built as a fortress that stands out from the rest of the neighborhood, yet is in sync with the context. The brief was to accommodate an office and a family home.
Imbibing the organic character of Indian villages & old cities, designed by Sanjay Puri Architects the Rajasthan School is a low rise 3 level school with open, enclosed and semi-enclosed spaces of various volumes.
Retrofitted by SquareWorks this Art-Deco Apartment in Mumbai, India, like most other older apartments, #7, Southlands too, was a typical setup involving multiple spaces facilitating conventional domesticity.
Designed by Sanjay Puri Architects, Office @ 63 is a series of architectural volumes creating an office for a furniture contract company within their factory. Volumes within volumes lend each office their own identity.
Designed by Salient, The Orient – Chain of Restaurants in Kolkata, raises the standards of the hospitality experience through design. The twin restaurants draw special attention from the crowd of the city centre mall which they occupy.
Stellar is a commercial building, designed by Sanjay Puri Architects, with retail spaces at the 3 lower levels and offices at the upper 4. A composition creating offices opening into landscaped terraces along a busy city road.
Designed by Architecture Discipline the East India Hotel Corporate HQ. Located within the new Oberoi Office Tower, the 6000 sq. ft office development is an attempt to create the completely connected, corporate workplace.
Queensline, Sea Yah Floating Restaurant Mumbai building, India, design by SDM Architects: adaptive re-use project of no-frills river cruise boat shipped it to India and turned into a high-end floating restaurant.
Competition for India’s military and war history defining a program and site with an ambition to contribute as well as pay homage to the larger history of India: Peace Pavilion, Indian National War Museum, New Delhi, design by Collaborative Architecture
Paper Store New Delhi interior design by Architecture Discipline, in a small hotel on a busy road that has rapidly commercialized. A small space of 12×16 on the ground floor accommodates a fairly unique proposition