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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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The Badari residence is a house designed on a typical urban plot Bengaluru, India which is the tech capitol of India. The client required a house that would be distinguished into two types of spaces. Creating spaces that could be personal and intimate verses spaces that are congregational in nature which encouraged interaction among family and friends.

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Black is eternally beautiful. But, in home decor, it takes a certain type of courage to use the colour in large swathes. Often, black is treated a tad gingerly, thanks to the widespread perceptions surrounding its use in interiors – that it visually reduces a space; that it is depressing; that it’s too masculine or … just plain unattractive.

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Top 18 Beautiful Indian Bedroom Designs: For Your Creative Cravings

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Indian Interior Design is a mix of the amalgamation of various Indian cultures, celebration History, Art, Tradition across the country. Traditional Patterns, textiles, and wood have played a very important role in most of the traditional Indian houses and Indian Bedroom Design, we can always see prints from across the country used in most of the Indian homes.

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Scenery takes centre stage in this house, which Khosla Associates build in the heart of the Western Ghats mountain range.

The building has a deliberately simple form, divided into two halves. One side is occupied by bedrooms, while the other has shared living spaces that can be opened to the elements by huge, folding doors.

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Easy Elegance : A gorgeous 1,744 sqft, Singapore Home, by Design Firm, Prakalyam Art Gallery

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A home with a heart has the ability to “bouy life” and not weigh it down! When Veshali Visvanaath (founder, curator and interior designer at the Singapore based antiques and furniture store Prakalyam Gallery) was entrusted with the task of transforming and curating for Anusha and Vijay’s Singapore based home, she did just that. 

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A warm & cozy 2,000 sqft, Apartment on the 25th floor of the World One Towers in Lower Parel, by Studio Osmosis.

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This house is a warm, cozy apartment on the 25th floor of the World One Towers in Lower Parel, Mumbai inspired by the Danish Hygge which is more a lifestyle, mood and a vibe rather than a style.

Design Firm, Studio OSMOSIS has designed this house meticulously giving it a minimal, elegant characteristic along with a very good collaboration with the client and their aesthetic keeping in mind their taste, functionality and also a few furniture and art collections pieces that they had acquired and really wanted to keep them in the set-up.

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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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House Around The Skylight, sprawled across 1,081 sq ft in the heart of Pune by Amoeba Design is inherently luxurious and exudes warmth in a serene atmosphere. The design firm is inspired by the concept of Wabi-sabi, an intuitive way of living by celebrating the beauty of a naturally imperfect world and aims to manifest this approach in all of their projects.