The project aimed to seek a balance between traditional and contemporary, where beauty is precisely in this duality. Thus, in a set between rustic and well-finished elements, the project was conceived. The cement tile floor, the exposed slab, and the suspended cable trays coexist in harmony with natural wood table top, neutral colour partitions and exposed brick cladding.
Light and dark, rustic and well finished, tradition and invention, natural and artificial. Making architecture is playing with opposites.
The final environment achieved, promoted a continuum of innovation, best manifested as an agile system of overlapping spaces rather than a sequence of orderly steps.
Okhla, New Delhi
38,000 Sq. ft.
July 11, 2020