Pune, Maharashtra, India
Vastu Kala Academy College of Architecture, Delhi
Designed in the outskirts of Pune, Maharashtra in India, this stand alone condominium on a lake side provides the user various experiences round the clock. The core idea was to foster human connect with nature and also reducing their time with technology. Utilising F.L.Wright’s principles on how spaces in a residence should be in a continuous flow, Jaalis have been used in place of walls and no intermediate doors are there. The overall flow of the space begins from the porch leading into the foyer which further extends into the living space along with the kitchen and dining area. The bedroom is placed just behind the living area which is partially visible through the Jaali separation. The bedroom further leads to a spacious balcony which overlooks upon the lake. A docking platform is provided in the water for the purpose of roping a boat.