A contemporary residence that exhibits character through its sharp yet playful form, seamlessly integrates with the natural environment through an expanse of light and foliage.
As the humble tones of beige merge with rustic walnut and warm rays seep in through every niche, this residence is a contemporary take on imbibing nature into the built space.
As the name suggests, the residence has been designed with the intent of intertwining nature at the heart of the built form, creating spaces that enrich and excite the user at every step.
A residence, built on compact site and situated amidst dense foliage showcases interplay of skillfully laid brickwork and neutral tones.
With piercing angles, subtle natural shades, and smoothly intersecting forms and voids, this contemporary residence is a true visual delight.
Situated in a dense but leafy neighbourhood of J.P. Nagar, this largely eco-friendly project has a lot of design elements rooted in our tradition.
The elevation is finished with travertine marble and contrasting walnut shade WPC cladding for a contemporary grand look
Situated in a gated enclave just off the Outer Ring Road, this is a linear site of 40’x75’ The design brief was to design a 4 BHK house with a garden at the rear.
The elevation is finished with Italian marble, Lappataro granite and wood finish WPC cladding for the balcony walls and soffit.
As contemporary forms meet vernacular elements creating a sensorial bombardment of textures and styles, the Gururaj residence is an abode of ecological sensitivity.