Architecture Continuous Designs a Modern Home in Bangalore, India
By Magaly • Oct 22, 2016
It was designed by Architecture Continuous.
Mobius Home by Architecture Continuous:
“It was an open minded approach that helped the firm to design with the challenge that the site presented. Located in an urban setting amidst surprisingly thick green cover, a tree from neighbouring site had spread to this plot with sturdy branches covering almost half of the site. The clients were determined not to disturb the old tree branches which determined the building form- a simplified and a partial Mobius.
Besides offering spectacular views, this home also packs a big sustainable punch. The visual connection between the outside greens and the indoors were maintained by the glass façade .This is further heightened by an exciting design vocabulary that includes sun kissed double height courtyard garden along with multiple other skylights which also brings in plenty of daylight-one of the cost-effective, easiest and the most beautiful natural elements.
The open plan layout with minimum walls, the window openings, their size, position and clear story ventilation facilitate the stack effect creating a healthy, breathing and a lively comfortable home.”
Photos courtesy of Architecture Continuous
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