Architecture Paradigm Designs Renovations for Extended Family Living

By: Christopher DeLuca - Published: • References: architectureparadigm & archdaily
Architecture Paradigm's transformation of the existing space at its stacked house project in Bangalore, India was guided by the imperative from the patrons that it harmoniously accommodate their extended family.

Architecture Paradigm created more space by adding stacked boxes on top of the original structure. The contrast between the cement and varnished wood creates a refined, contemporary and urban feeling. The patio area opens onto a section of grass with a small tree. The interior of the home is dominated by windows, which create an open feeling and allow plenty of natural light to filter in.

Architecture Paradigm designers also wanted to explore the boundaries of interior and exterior with the project. The home has a fluid feeling, which is an ingenious interpretation of their customers' demands. Stats for Stacked Family Abodes Trending: Older & Mild
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