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There’s a myth around the Tapti in Surat. As the river flows steadily from the Gawilgarh Hills of the Deccan plateau, it carries with it ancient folklores and myths. Tapti, they say, was once the Hindu goddess created by the Sun God to save himself from intense heat.

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Brass & Hues : “A Modern Traditional Bangalore Home by House of Ruya”

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In the fast moving world today, home is the place that keeps us tied to our roots. It is our haven to unwind, to enjoy and to feel like it’s our solace.

Our latest project was in Vaishnavi Terrace, a 2500 square feet apartment, in an up and coming area in Bangalore.

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The Stunning, 6,500 sqft, “Balinese Beach House”, Chennai, by The Auburn Studio

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The first lockdown imposed during the COVID-19 pandemic led our clients to rethink their spaces. The idea of renovating their 20 year old beach house just outside city limits sounded like the perfect distraction from the everyday chaos of being locked inside their city apartment.

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How Does A Good Feng Shui House Look Like? Easy Feng Shui Tips To Implement Now.

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At its core, Feng Shui is all about harnessing the flow of energy in your environment. If you think that you need extensive knowledge in the subject in order for you to practice Feng Shui, guess again. Authentic Feng Shui is actually quite simple and practical.

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Located in Ahmedabad, Mumbai India, the architecture deploys strategies to mitigate the intense heat. Designed by SPASM Architects, an organic plan bound by massive rammed earth walls with high thermal mass, and courtyards with vertical pivoting wooden louvers, top hung windows with mesh inserts keeps out mosquitoes and allows natural cooling.

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These two stunning modern Indian villas, created by architect Moriq, each feature peaceful courtyard designs within them. One has a combination of green space and a multi textured floor, which acts as a border of privacy between the entryway to the home and the main family living area.

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“The Smriti House”, A Timeless, Mumbai Home by Architect Nitin Killawala

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Smriti 57 is located on a small plot of 470 Sqm within the residential neighbourhood of Juhu, a western suburb of Mumbai.

Owing to the project being the Architect’s own residence, the building is an exploration in alternative technologies of construction, challenging norms, time cycles as well as affordability of traditional R.C.C

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Sunita Yogesh pays ode to the art of slow living and wabi-sabi aesthetics with this Chennai home

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Engulfed by a sea of the country’s most beautiful beaches, Chennai is also home to structures that depict traditional architecture and Indo-Saracenic styles. But amidst the bustle of traditional and modern lies The Slow Home, right in the heart of the city’s IT corridor.

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“In Complete Harmony”: A warm & cosy 1,100 sqft, Mumbai Home, by LC Architects

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Using colour meticulously, Interior Architect and Designer Asra Khateeb from LC Architects and her Team, designs this warm & inviting Mumbai home for a young couple, in which grey-blue background harmoniously combines with bright sky and scenic view!
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Style meets Comfort: A 1,100 Sqft, Stylish Mumbai Home, by Lime House Design Studio.

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Think style & splendour and what spontaneously comes to mind is a space high on luxury sans the practicality and comfort. This is where the primary task of ensuring a balance between the important aspects of designing a functional, yet luxurious & attractive home came into play.