Bangalore

Publicness As An Architectural Act – Case Of Museum of Art and Photography and Bangalore International Centre

In their insightful analysis of Bangalore’s contemporary architectural landscape, Surabhi and Ramalakshmi, from Samvad Design Studio, delve into the nuanced public intent and architectonic qualities of two prominent buildings. With keen observations, they dissect the Museum of Art and Photography (MAP) and the Bangalore International Centre (BIC), revealing their spatial strategies and societal implications.

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 Joshi House, Bengaluru, by Anahata

 Joshi House, Bengaluru, by Anahata

Nestled within the confines of a gated community on a 222 SqM plot,  Joshi House, Bengaluru, by Anahata, a family residence transcends mere functionality, becoming a blend of art and architecture that caters to the needs of a family of five.

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MA004, Bangalore by Mamama

MA004, Bangalore by Mamama

MA004, Bangalore by Mamama, is a harmonious blend of tradition and modernity. The family’s deep connection to Kenya and the Masai Mara reserve is reflected in the thoughtful curation of materials, textures and colour choices throughout the apartment.

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