The Nature Connect

This quintessential contemporary house designed by Vipul Patel Architects is a representation of the architectural language that denotes clean, straight lines and minimalism, and a merging of the interior spaces with the nature outside

quintessential contemporary house designed by Vipul Patel Architects

Fact File

Typology: Residence
Location: Ahmedabad
Architect Firm: VPA
Design Team: Vipul Patel, Ronak Patel, Jinal Patel and Naiya Patel
Photography: Inclined Studio

quintessential contemporary house designed by Vipul Patel Architects

A modern villa with cantilever exposed RCC slabs and glass facades, it has the right balance between the inner and outer spaces, wherein the constructed structure stands balanced with the landscaped area. The L-formation architectural planning is a result of the sun path and directions and was done so that most of the areas open up towards the north, which works best for the Indian climate.
Jinal Patel, Ronak Patel, Vipul Patel, Naiya Patel
This house is a right balance between the inner and outer spaces, wherein the constructed structure is enhanced by the landscaped area, and vice versa; in fact, co-existing is a prevailing concept in the design of this house since we were responsible for the landscape designing as well as the architectural planning

(L to R) Jinal Patel, Ronak Patel, Vipul Patel, Naiya Patel

The highlight of the 8400 sq.ft. house is allowing the user to continuously connect with the vast open green spaces. The drawing room sits amidst the lush green of the landscape on three sides and a water body on one side. The glass facades in this area bring in the landscape, and for the user it is like co-existing with nature.

quintessential contemporary house designed by Vipul Patel Architects

A double-height space in the center of the house extends the volume of the house vertically. Decorative glass light fixtures amplify the central area. The living area opens out to a courtyard on one side and a verandah, which in turn opens out to a deck with seating. A garden on the other side makes this a perfect space for large gatherings. Intricately designed wall murals and the vibrant colours and furniture pieces break the monotony of solid wood.
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