SJK architects, Mumbai
They think out of box, they think contemporary and they think in Indian context. SJK architects believe in optimizing sun and wind.
a bungalow on a very small space in Mumbai
They don’t advertise it, they haven’t mentioned it but I can’t resist telling you that it is an all women architects’ team!
Shimul Javeri Kadri with her team of talented architects has experimented in novel ways. They have designed a residential building in Chennai where plumbing spaces look like bamboo like jalis (grill). A house in hilly areas of Alibaug is designed as leaves inspired from the leaves strewn around, the curves here follow rain function.
a house in Alibaug inspired by leaves strewn around
box niches with out of box ideas
arched Indian sunlight!
The ethnic interiors, the glass box modern with many Indian features and colours all speak of functional spaces and adopting the negative environment to its positive fullest.
This house in Bengaluru was built on one acre plot, a dirty nala(sewer line), airplanes (airport vicinity) and dreams!
One thought on “arched Indian sunlight!”
That was a good display of open minded architecture.I think there is a need more of these blogs, to make upcoming arhcitects
realize the kind of work that actually counts for something.