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Project Category - Architectural, Commercial

Plot Area -   10.000Sqft

Plot Location - Bamrauli, Prayagraj, India.

Project Status - Ongoing

Design Team - AAA Design Studio

Client's Brief :

The client approached us to design his residence, seeking an open environment with habitable spaces largely on two floors.  

The family of four has a very limited space of 950 Sqfts, as a whole they wanted to have independently usable floor pates. On each floor they requested to make provisions for complete family set up including kitchen, bedroom and the washroom.


Every Project has its own set of challenges and shortcomings. There is no accomplishment without going through them.  Our challenge started with the site's unusual profile with no corners at a right angle.

To integrate a set of requirements within the non-parallel walls lead us to a conclusion of keeping the peripheral wall the way they are, as we didn't have scope to lose space. By smartly placing the components and the sub-components within, we managed to conceal the non - parallel wall within the woodwork.

Our Approach:

The thought process was initiated with the study of the site and its context. The total measured plot area was 950 SQFT. The site was irregular in shape facing towards south, while three of its sides were surrounded by residences. Hence, there was only one side that promoted the admission of natural light and air. Thus from the early stage of design, an inception of fairly largely fenestrations were made on this face of the building which is also the only and prominent fascia or elevation of the residence.

The brief and requirements of the client were brought together with thorough study of site. A set of layouts and forms were generated to integrate the requirement with the essentials of living.

A spatial arrangement of different components were arranged in a manner which takes in consideration of security with privacy and enhances the experiences of dwelling with overlooking spaces and internal court.

" happy client is not a myth "

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