House of Pavilions by Architecture Paradigm

Architecture Paradigm designed the House of Pavilions in Bangalore, India.

The house is designed for three generations living under one roof which is a common situation in this area. This is the main reason why the building is designed flexible for future growth and changes.

Located on the edge of the city, the house promises an escape from the hostilities of the dense city while still being connected to it. It also offers a luxury in lifestyles and a strong connection to the outdoors.

Starting point in design was the typical house planning in Bangalore, due to the favorable climatic conditions, the idea of a shelter in Bangalore could be as minimal as an open pavilion with just a roof over it.

Open spaces in the context of traditional Indian houses have always played a crucial role usually seen as extensions of indoor spaces or as outdoor rooms which supported a wide variety of functions, such as the courtyards which served as gathering spaces or sleeping areas during the summer.

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