Location: Wada, Maharashtra, India
The bungalow has been designed as a series of distorted boxes fitted into one another for maximum visual drama. The site is an awkwardly shaped plot and the client's requirements of 4 bedrooms, each with attached toilets along with the common spaces was a challenge to plan out. The courtyard in the central portion allows for the interior space to be naturally ventilated and lit, and separates the public space from the private. The garden at the first floor acts as spillover space for a gathering of friends. The form has been highlighted by pushing walls away from the external line of the slabs and change in materials.