This house is an attempt to breathe life into a compact site, residing in a dense urban fabric by making the spaces appear larger. The design intended to create an inward-looking structure, built around the concept of quintessential Courtyard housing.

The two courtyards are the soul of the building that forms the core around which spaces are organized. The entire house has been designed as a single mass by eliminating enclosures for each space and strategically accentuating volumes to maximise light and ventilation. With its fluid design and uninterrupted connection between spaces, this house attempts to transform the notion of conventional congested living.

Residence 66

  • Client : Shoba
  • Location : Bengaluru
  • 2014