The B-16 residence in Gurugram demonstrates the importance of integration of natural light and material symphony into design to imbibe life into a building. Conceptualised with a façade that accentuates the uniqueness of the building while endowing it with an identity amidst a plethora of builder development structures, the design intent connects nature to the subspaces of this modern Indian home.
Following the principles of Vaastu, the design serves the user by curating functional and user-conscious spaces. The spatial alignment is rendered according to the orientation of the building bestowing the features of Vaastu Shastra, as defined by the client brief. The interiors of the building are devised to radiate a warm glow that soothes the living experience as a whole, and the material palette adds a luxe experience to the minimalistic spatial composition.
Eco-friendly materials with a rustic palette on the exterior, lavish materials reflecting the warmth of yellow lighting on the interior and a conscious façade design-are all composed in the right proportions to produce a structure that participates in the symbiosis of humanity and nature.