The structure is bisected by a wall that physically demarcates space as well as influencing the character of the interior spaces.
Due to the narrowness of the plot, the wall house was conceptualized as a linearly planned structure partly bisected by a 34 feet high wall that also forms the main exterior façade of the house and is its main focal element-The Wall. This wall is clad with raw, unfinished kota, a stone indigenous to the Rajasthan region. The play of sunlight on this uneven surface creates interesting patterns of light. This wall runs through much of the interior spaces and influences the character of these spaces.
Courtesy: Tejas Shah