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  The Patiala Pavilion at the CCI is named after Maharaja Bhupinder Singh, one of the club’s important founding members. We envision the pavilion as a space of stately elegance and historical relevance to the members of the club, with a clear reference to the building’s art deco architecture and the patron’s individualistic character, keeping …

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  The Yoga studio of the Cricket Club of India in Mumbai will be a calm space for physical and mental wellbeing, exercise and recreation. The proposed design focuses on simplicity, brightness and lightness, the use of natural materials and the space’s relationship to the open green space of the cricket lawn.

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the printroom project works as an art pop-up room for art creation, art presentation and art discussion, the space is located in the Ballard Estate of Mumbai, a busy creative district of the city. as the printroom is conceived as a short-term use in the space of a former print shop, the design is ‘easy …

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This farmhouse proposal hovers above the terrain at Kadwa reservoir, forming a spatial extension to the existing volcanic rock outcrop on the site.

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It is recognized that the Indian contribution in the fields of information technology and regional traditional arts-crafts has been noteworthy. Both these fields create, share and transform knowledge. We propose a program for architecture that connects technology, craftsmanship, research, collaboration and learning to build skills for a future in making and manufacturing. We offer a …

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Wanstead House reinterprets the London terrace house, while forming a transition of scale and typology between the cultivated wilderness of Epping Forest and the local gardens of Hollybush Hill. Perforated brick screens and layered glass facades create transitional spaces, which respond to climatic variations, and integrate outdoor spaces into the living experience.

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FUSIONstudio gives a new lease of life to an apartment in a 1930’s heritage building in South Mumbai enhancing the original features of the space through contemporary design and craftsmanship.

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  In this project in a 70’s mid-rise office development at Nariman Point, Mumbai, FUSIONstudio has carved out an architectural studio that is a spatial hybrid between an open office and cabin office typology.

 

Bedford competition view

The architecture for this new cultural center is set within an existing active archeological landscape. The proposed building hovers above the ground plane to reveal artefacts for public viewing and provide access to future areas of exploration.

Bedford plans

[WHAT IF] …we would build a new state of the art airport in Mumbai’s Harbour and simultaneously transform the former airfield into a Maidan as Mumbai’s new Central Park?

[WHAT IF] …the new airport establishes and maintains the new Maidan as an environmental contribution to balance their CO2 record?

[WHAT IF] …the new Maidan is a new world to dream and engage with nature – like life in the Bollywood movies or in the home village?

[WHAT IF] … every inhabitant of Bombay  would have their own 0,294 m2 of park within the Airport Green or 7,060 m2 for one hour/day or 49.423 m2 for one hour/week!

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