Fusion Of Contemporary And Traditional Architecture...

Architecture + Design|June - July 2020

Fusion Of Contemporary And Traditional Architecture...
Project: Ashraya, New Delhi. Architects: Spaces Architects@ka, New Delhi
Kapil Aggarwal

The house is for a single-family and is set upon a plot area of 600sq yards. The client inclination towards Indian art gives rise to the design of this house which is completely Indian in terms of planning, designing, and material palette used.

The client had a very specific requirement about the spaces– four bedrooms and one guest room. Hence, covering the complete plot wasn’t the scenario; in contrast, the emphasis was given on placing the building according to the sun path. A 10ft wide space at the rear has been isolated for the inflow of light and air. The building has been designed in two axes horizontal and vertical. Horizontal cross ventilation and connecting all vertical spaces with each other was the focus.

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June - July 2020