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The Terracotta House / Studio Archohm

first_img Year:  Houses Projects “COPY” ArchDaily India Architects: Studio Archohm Area Area of this architecture project 2020 CopyHouses, House Interiors•Agra, India ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Photographs “COPY” Save this picture!© Studio Naughts and Crosses+ 25Curated by Hana Abdel Share The Terracotta House / Studio Archohm The Terracotta House / Studio ArchohmSave this projectSaveThe Terracotta House / Studio Archohm Photographs:  Studio Naughts and CrossesDesign Team:Sourabh Gupta, Varun Sood,Tarak Murari, Amit Das, Vineet Rao, Maulik Yagnik, Sanjana Suri, Ashish Varshney, Naveen Rawat, Aman Jangid, Sebanti Sarkar, Aditi VarshneiHVAC:Abid HussainClient:Abhay and Ajay GuptaMechanical:Archohm ConsultsElectrical:Archohm ConsultsLandscape:Masjid NurseryPlumbing:Techno Engineering ConsultantsPMC:Ten on TenStructural:Paresh and AssociatesCivil:Ten on TenFaçade:Archohm ConsultsEngineering:Archohm ConsultsCity:AgraCountry:IndiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Studio Naughts and CrossesRecommended ProductsConcreteKrytonConcrete Hardening – Hard-CemBulbs / Spots / Wall LightsJUNGLight Switch and Light – Plug + LightEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsText description provided by the architects. The terracotta house stands like a warm oasis in conversation with its neighbor- Gupta residence. The house exemplifies a relationship between neutral grey concrete and earthy terracotta. Terracotta tiles wrap the façade to mystify the lives within, and create a harmonious world outside with a walkway and lush greens. The residents of this abode are a family of five across three generations.Save this picture!© Studio Naughts and CrossesSave this picture!First Floor PlanSave this picture!© Studio Naughts and CrossesThe balmy attitude of house is inspired by the congenial etiquette of the family inside.  A color palette carrying white and earthy tones, welcomes a visitor with a voluminous double height entrance lobby and a bridge on the top that defines the experience of the journey throughout the house. A Peter Lik piece adorns the entry and a suspended flock of unique stainless steel birds conceptualized by Mukul Goyal ushers a curious visitor inside with each bird performing a distinct activity. The house, with users and their aspirations has distinct floors that are connected, both visually and functionally. The Ground and first floor serve the seniors with a double height onyx wall, defining the two floors in unison. Furthermore, the informal living on the ground floor extends to the first – a gesture to fasten the floors, with an artwork formulating a family tree. The same informal living has access to a swing from one end, and a garden from another, framing a thorough connection.Save this picture!© Studio Naughts and CrossesThe ground floor also features a double height formal living area- challenging the traditional scale and proportions. A series of five paintings on a concrete wall depict the city’s skyline – starting from Taj mahal, concluding at the residence itself. The choice of low height furniture in a large space alters the perception of the place. The blankness is further accentuated with a stone wall in continuation with the stone on dining table, lending iconicity to this unconventional aesthetic of this formal living room. The paintings have an overhaul of natural light through a horizontal puncture during the day, complemented by a Davide Groppi tape light to mimic daylight and uniformly highlight the pieces in the evening. Minimal yet striking, the corner and dinning table light installations, steal the show with their poise.Save this picture!© Studio Naughts and CrossesThe ground floor further houses a master bedroom and a room for the elderly, connected to a double height temple completely carved out of stone. The master bedroom is a seamless space with distinguished functions without visual barriers. A black cantilevered TV unit conceals the screen, the back of which doubles up as a study. Wardrobes extending till ceiling blend with the room coherently. The bedrooms are minimal, but not bare. The master bedroom also extends internally to a double height outhouse, rising from the basement.  The outhouse, with its reflective ceiling follows the same color palette as the house. It is cozy, and compact with a home theater in the basement and floating wooden log staircase leading to a convertible pool table on the mezzanine floor. A circular powder room is also tucked right outside the outhouse with glass and concrete in dialogue.  Save this picture!© Studio Naughts and CrossesSave this picture!Section 01A floor water-mist feature can be savored sitting on mound in the garden, from the outhouse and the informal living- all at once. Technology equipped with audiovisual control, almost every function in the house is smart, automated for ease of use. A modern, minimal kitchen with a skylight delivers natural illumination, lending a timeless appeal to this functional area. The upper two floors belong to the two sons of the family. The two floors rhythmically function as interconnected spaces- both horizontally and vertically, literally and metaphorically. The integrated and segregated floors cater to personal, professional and future needs of the two bachelors. The two floors house a personal living area, a study and bedroom fit-out for each with a concrete bridge connecting the two. The bridge has bamboo planters personifying a jungle, attaining the desired balance of intervention and privacy. A concrete bench sits on the same bridge facilitating an enjoyable view.Save this picture!© Studio Naughts and CrossesThe personal living rooms are accessible from individual floors, as well as interconnected internally via a small staircase. A common kids’ area with a wall scrabble, floor concrete chess, ludo carpet all inject an out-of-the-box playful flavor. The terrace is punctuated with a kitchen garden and a private pool with a retractable roof. The architecture of terracotta house shares the story of a contemporary Indian household. The flux and difference in lifestyles, activities and daily routines across three generations, brought together seamlessly by the design of the space they live in. How independence and togetherness can co-exist, much like the society we live in. The design attempts to create a space that is universal in its presentation, with layers unfolding as one experiences it.Save this picture!© Studio Naughts and CrossesProject gallerySee allShow lessDianjiang Bagu·Suji Hotel / 3andwich Design / He Wei StudioSelected ProjectsFlying Walls Hostel / Dhulia Architecture Design StudioSelected Projects Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Area:  2154 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeStudio ArchohmOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesInterior DesignResidential InteriorsHouse InteriorsAgraOn FacebookIndiaPublished on March 05, 2021Cite: “The Terracotta House / Studio Archohm” 04 Mar 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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