Restoration by RMA Architects: The Kasturbhai Lalbhai Museum, is situated on an estate in the historic district of Shahibaug in Ahmedabad.
The Terracotta House, designed by Modo Designs, for a family of four is a part of a gated community on the outskirts of Ahmedabad. The family earlier had their weekend home on this plot where they have now shifted their permanent residence moving away from the densely populated localities of the city. The idea was to connect the users with the traditional elements of architecture while achieving a contemporary look.
Nueva, an Indian Boutique Store, located in the Taj skyline in Ahmedabad, is a textile retail store of 375sq.ft.Area.
Bringing together a natural palette with Indian folk art-inspired space helped create an oasis that the owner truly desired. The natural material palette comprising exposed concrete, wood, brass, lime plaster together with metalwork and mirror wall. – Shayona Consultants
The client required a 3-bedroom home with a small theatre room and a puja room. The approach was to convert a 4bhk into 3bhk and designing the guest room as a small theatre room making the apartment look spacious and reviving. The brief was simplified with a preference for modern and clean-lined aesthetics. – Shayona Consultants
Profile of the resident of the house, nuclear mid-aged family with child studying abroad, but loves to entertain guests. So, the public areas of leisure are extremely joyful with splashes of colors. Their only inclination was to have spectacular bright living spaces. – The ART Container
Plotting scheme for at Nal Village designed for Naveen Bhai is a master planning project where various amenities like club house, artificial lakes, road network, children play area etc. are dealt with. A grand opening and beautiful landscape marks the major attraction of this project. The planning was done by segmenting the area into different zones as public, semi public and private and linking each to other by the concept of spatial porosity.
The client simplified his requirement with-“a calm space, using fewer colors and more simplicity with materials, with maximum possible storage, light and ventilation.” This is 4 bedroom apartment, converted into 3bhk with another room as workspace.
Entering through a small vestibule one is impressed with – “The overall aesthetic of the home that is, one of openness, where spaces are multi-functional without crowding the overall layout of drawing, living and dining.” – Prashant Parmar Architect and Shayona Consultant
This is a 4 bedroom apartment with drawing, living, kitchen, dining and a beautiful balcony in the front. Client came to us with a desire to create a home with modest and timeless interior. They wanted their residence to be very simple, modern, and maintenance-free. – Shayona Consultant | Prashant Parmar Architect
The house, dubbed as the Private Residence No. 7 is located in the middle of a neo-posh locality of the city. The exposed-concrete residence shows how architecture can be used as a tool to give expression to human mind through clever play of open and closed spaces. The house is crafted for the family of four keeping with their love for nature and keen desire for accommodating immense greens in the spaces such that it mingles with the daily life of the family through elevated garden and roof top courtyard.
This highend luxurious apartment for the Bakeri family, sits in the heart of the city, adjoining Institute of Indology and surrounded by green lush institutional campuses. It is designed to be unique in its kind with only one apartment on each floor and with layout designed to enjoy the expansive green vistas on southern, western and northern sides.
Symphony Corporate House, Ahmedabad The symphony corporate project is located nearby S G Highway, Ahmedabad, India. Intended by the owner, to bring all activity and people of this company under one roof, the design also supports this intent with all spaces opening into a central courtyard.
WEsearch lab recently concluded their experimental study on ‘Waffle Structure as Canopy’ at CEPT University, Ahmedabad’s Summer Winter School (SWS) initiative. Waffle structures – technically known as stereotomy of a solid geometry – have their origin in industrial design for their usefulness in quick prototyping of complex surfaces and volumes. In few cases, waffle structures become the final embodiment of an architectural project, Metropol Parasol by Jurgen Mayer being one of the examples.
The Centre of Excellence (COE) forms a semi-government building established in Vatva GIDC, represents the dream project, depicting the true designing propensity of the firm. The building is designed to functionalize, serving the purpose of both institutional & Industrial requirements like, conferences, trainings, cultural programmes, etc.