Architecture Design of AIKYA House

Description About The Project

AIKYA House designed by Techno Architecture, located in 4800 sq.ft site of South Bangalore. The house is perfect combination between the structures of times past, but still showcases the modernity spirit of contemporary life. Indeed, contemporary needs and the clients strict brief of ‘no clutter home’ helped to frame the color palette of the house.

Once inside, the house occupies one portion of the large site area. Then, in turn orients itself into a larger external courtyard that occupies the other half of the site. Entering directly into the landscape area, highlight by the courtyard. While the water body in the Northeast corner flanked by the landscaped lawn.

On the Eastern side of the ground floor, living and the dining areas look directly over the garden and the water body and are designed as a single large area. While the other spaces like kitchen, bedroom… designed to contribute the ordered flow of the property. Also, creating an air of space and tranquility.

On the second level, the common utilities like the audio-visual room, bar, and the gym are positioned to have privacy as well as protection from direct sunlight. Besides, all the spaces naturally directed inwards. In order to utilize the central indoor court as well the external landscaped lawn to become focal points. Also, underscoring the dramatic symbiosis between indoor and outdoor spaces.

The Architecture Design Project Information:

AIKYA House, structure of times past but modernity by Techno Architecture
AIKYA House is a perfect representation of Techno architecture’s ongoing interaction with the new language of tropical residential architecture.
AIKYA House, structure of times past but modernity by Techno Architecture
AIKYA House, structure of times past but modernity by Techno Architecture
AIKYA House, structure of times past but modernity by Techno Architecture
The garden inside the house makes itself harmonious with the nature and brings the fresh air for the house.
AIKYA House, structure of times past but modernity by Techno Architecture
AIKYA House, structure of times past but modernity by Techno Architecture
AIKYA House, structure of times past but modernity by Techno Architecture
The main staircase of AIKYA House designed as part of the internal court. It separates the public and semi-public spaces and leads above to the private bedrooms and the family area.
AIKYA House, structure of times past but modernity by Techno Architecture
AIKYA House, structure of times past but modernity by Techno Architecture
AIKYA House, structure of times past but modernity by Techno Architecture
The architect brings the green nature into the AIKYA House.
The double height ceiling creates more spaces and makes the room luxury.
AIKYA House, structure of times past but modernity by Techno Architecture
AIKYA House, structure of times past but modernity by Techno Architecture
AIKYA House, structure of times past but modernity by Techno Architecture
AIKYA House, structure of times past but modernity by Techno Architecture
AIKYA House, structure of times past but modernity by Techno Architecture
AIKYA House, structure of times past but modernity by Techno Architecture
AIKYA House, structure of times past but modernity by Techno Architecture

The AIKYA House Gallery:

Text by the Architects:  This house based in south Bangalore in a 4,800 sq. Ft site is a perfect representation of Techno architecture’s ongoing interaction with the new language of tropical residential architecture. Evocative of the simple, open structures of times past, yet possessed of a modernity of spirit perfectly in keeping with contemporary life. The house conflates, rather than juxtaposes indoor mad outdoor spaces in perfect harmony.

Photo credit: Shamanth Patil| Source: Techno Architecture

For more information about this project; please contact the Architecture firm :
– Add: No 9, Uttaradhi Mutt Road, Shankar Puram, Basavanagudi Bangalore, Karnataka, India
– Tel: +91 80 4210 3764
– Email: [email protected]

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