INTERVIEW WITH AAJ TAK GNT, 11th November.
Its an honor to share our head, Ar. Anant Krishna's recent interview with AAJ TAK GNT.
"I am happy to see that people are now understanding the value of a true sustainable life which not also preserves our natural environment but is also capable of enhancing the value of life."
The approach and research to make it more economical and for the people has really paid off and appreciation received from such high platforms really is a boost for our spirits. Thank you AAJ TAK ans GNT for recognizing our efforts and hard-work.
The Article reflects the importance of a Sustainable lifestyle, Nature preservation, and social and societal bonding.
It is important to understand the rich culture and heritage we are gifted with and it's high time we start preserving it.
Our belief is in deriving a solution that is Contextually Balanced, Economically Stable, and Environment Friendly and follows the voice of the client with our futuristic vision, helping in shaping a better future.
AMAR UJALA, 31ST DECEMBER, 2021
It is an Honor for our head, Ar. ANANT KRISHNA and our firm to get a position in nationwide famous newspaper, AMAR UJALA. Thank You so much for appreciating our Sustainable and Culture Oriented practice.
ARTICLE ON AN ECO-FRIENDLY APPROACH
A Sustainably and Culturally rich approach towards Design.
It is our immense pleasure to share the interview of our head AR. ANANT KRISHNA with THE BETTER INDIA on his Architecture Studio being the subject. It shows how an environmentally and culturally concerned approach can bring in a change in the ongoing Architecture practice which is more mundane than ever.
It is our immense pleasure to share the article published by NEWSDAY EXPRESS for our Office in Lucknow Sustainable and close to nature practice is the key to a healthy, happy and happening life.
"INSPIRING FROM THE FAITH"
AN ARCHITECTURE CANVAS
The work in progress portrays how space within changes itself once some walk through it. The idea is to create dynamism by fusing it with Indigeneity and a Sustainable design approach.
RESIDENCE FOR MR. RIZWAN
The idea for this house was to dive back into the history from where Islam originated. The house follows the ideology of Islam, segregating public with private; respecting Nature; Privacy to women and children; Simple design; no superiority portray; simple aesthetics and protection from the outside world; along with reflecting cultural Architecture elements of old times including Mashrabiyyas, qa'ah, Musallah, Majaz, Mulqafs and courtyard in a modern, contemporary way.
The spaces strictly segregate themselves into 2 zones, public and private, and aims to provide a healthy life to the women and children residing inside the residence. Their emotional, functional, and social needs are what drives the design of this house. The central courtyard acts as a hook for the house around which all the daily functions of the house revolve. This courtyard not only promotes Passive cooling and greatly reduces the load on Electricity but also guides its inhabitants to follow a sustainable approach towards life.
COMMERCIAL CUM RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX IN THE HEART OF THE CITY, PRAYAGRAJ
Residence for Mr. Jitender
"house for the cultural"
RESIDENCE FOR MRS. ASTHA (ABOVE)
This house, designed in a small plot is feature-loaded with state-of-the-art amenities like a Swimming Pool, Terrace Garden, and a Movie Theatre. The design explores our rich cultural Past, bringing back the concept of Aangan which Naturally cools the house by respecting orientation and wind direction. There are multiple artistic touches that this house has(like the image above which portrays its roof design with a swimming pool and Aangan underneath), making it stand out from a normal, contemporary design.
"MODERNITY WITH INDIGENEITY"
OFFICE IN LUCKNOW
The design in itself has been a journey, from discovering some of the contextual and vernacular Building techniques to meeting undermined local craftsmen. This design was an attempt, to infuse, explore and experiment with the local potential and historical significance of Architecture in a modern, urban setting.
From creating Mud Walls, Wooden Carvings, local carpentry to exploring rich Architecture elements Like Vaults and bunkers, this small office area follows a Sustainable Approach and challenges the notion of Time and Space, and compliments the inherency of its location. But alongside also complement the modern Philosophy of minimalism and simplicity in design.