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