They call it the Tamara Villa...and for a reason. Tamara translates to a ‘blooming lotus flower’. A flower that signifies purity, enlightenment, and self-regeneration. This home too emerges like a blooming lotus amidst its verdant surroundings. Designed for a family of four on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, India, the project exemplifies an idiosyncratic oeuvre that ranges from architecture, through the interior, to the landscape. The brief was straightforward, “to create a family home, that gives each of its inhabitants their own personal niche,” says Ronak Patel, Lead Architect, VPA Architects.
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