Con­nected by De­sign

The de­sign of this res­i­dence by Ur­ban Zen strate­gi­cally brings to­gether two pri­vate spa­ces

MGS Architecture - - Residence -

In the suburbs of Hy­der­abad lies the Twin House with dis­tinc­tive In­dian fea­tures and de­sign el­e­ments. It is seg­re­gated into two ma­jor spa­ces con­nected with a buf­fer space in the mid­dle, which fos­ters in­ter­ac­tion with pro­ject­ing bal­conies that also create a shaded park­ing below. The el­e­va­tion is sub­tle with shades of grey and green veg­e­ta­tion for or­na­men­ta­tion. The build­ing’s sym­met­ri­cal façade en­sures eq­ui­table distri­bu­tion as it joins the two semi-pri­vate spa­ces. In the in­te­ri­ors, met­al­ized paint with a matt fin­ish gives a rus­tic, glit­tery look. Pas­tel and earthy hues, dull brass, and shades of wood lend warmth, while the light­ing has a translu­cent ef­fect as it high­lights the brass on the walls.

The de­sign aims at cre­at­ing a bridge between In­dian and Western ar­chi­tec­ture styles with a very sim­ple amal­ga­ma­tion of two cul­tures and de­sign in­flu­ences Ro­hit Su­raj, Prin­ci­pal De­signer

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