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A house is the most important asset in the life of every person, where he provides safety and comfort for his family. However, some people who can afford luxurious and beautiful houses, the house is more of a reflection of their personal taste and style. A house is built up of walls and beams, and a home is built with love and dreams.
Top 10 Best House of India 2018
For a house to be beautiful the important features are, the design, location and abundance of nature. Houses come in different sizes and shapes and more of our environment we live in also has a role to play. It do have types like huts, bungalows, tenements, apartments, villas and so on.
These houses are made by architects. It is important to know all the information about land, modernism in the world of houses. The architectural projects are selected on basis of their imaginary appeal, planning, functionality & selection.
Below is the list of best top 10 houses of our country,
Brick curtain house by design work group, H-cube house by studio lagom, minimal house design in Kerala by zero studio, Presidential Villa by Establish design architects, Residence 913 by Charged viods, Courtyard house by Tao architecture, Outhouse by Misa architects, The twin houses by SPAMS design architects, Vanvaso by Design work group, The Mango House by studio PKA.
#1 Brick Curtain House
Design Work Group has completed a family home in the Indian city of Surat located in Gujarat. They have designed a brick facade that offers shade from the sun. The building’s location basically at the inter-section of two roads matters well while the architects decided to divide it into two contrasting zones – one encased in concrete and the other in brick.
#2 H-cube House
The H-Cube House in Surat is actually one of a contemporary and modern type so far being the most attractive as well as the most lucrative and challenging was its compact size. The square dimension meant the absence of a long axis that could have otherwise been used as a base for space adjustment.
#3 Minimal House Design in Kerala
In here moreover challenge was to define the interior spaces with more, openness and the exterior with every kind of simplicity with some minimum indication of what is inside out of a structure which was completely different to the idea. The thought that architecture does not always need to be new or even not the materials and the spaces also could be ‘reused’ with careful analysis of the context and bringing a sustainable output by solving the restrictions.
#4 Presidential Villa
The villa has an exposed brick masonry and terrazzo plaster which gives the villa an evergreen look. The brick wall with a height of over 30 feet adds to the splendid look to the house. The Parking area is cantilevered, thus offering a rare spacious entry. There is a large Living-Dining area that opens up to the garden letting one be one with nature, and also allowing the desired privacy. The concept of garden seen from the inside of a house remains same on each level so one can adore garden view from any of the room. Cross ventilation and natural light are also well-thought of as an important factor.
#5 Residence 913
The brief was to design a Modern Contemporary Residence for a father-son, who had recently lost the lady of the house. The idea was to design a house that brings the people in close contact with elements of nature in order to lend a strong divine character. The overall eventually concept was devised as the free plan that was present with interconnecting volumes, that gives special importance to the sense of nothingness overlooking the courtyard & a blank stone wall painted in light. Spaces like courtyard & verandah were newly made to suit the urban context.
#6 Courtyard House
The residence was airy, scenic, spacious and well landscaped. It was 3400sq.ft tall in the dense residential locales of Ahmednagar. To keep in mind opposing site conditions, the living space was conceived as an inward facing structure that enclosed in a central landscaped courtyard. Finally it was a light-filled, spacious, living, breathing abode with striking visual elements and contemplative open spaces.
It is a weekend house that brings harmony between the natural environment and the house. This site offered a getaway into the serenity and vastness of nature. The architect made up his mind to rearrange the project.
#8 The Twin Houses
The client wished to develop two homes. The homes needed to be country homes for Bombay families to get away from the urban complications. The project needed to balance the money put up against profitability and to keep the sense of capturing the spirit of the place. The two sites through sharing a common boundary had very different characters. one was a flat land looking at a green hill to the west, the other a land dotted by 9 mango trees with low hanging fruit and foliage, which made the house unique in its own sense.
The name Vanvaso means to dwell within the nature. Vanvaso is a place of refreshment away from the city as it is located in Vav village of district Surat. The countryside surrounded by lush green patches of woods and farmlands. This house creates a peaceful environment for living. This makes the person living so relaxed.
#10 The Mango House
The spirit of design here is simplicity in thought and expression through the form, material and decoration of the structure. The organic nature of construction successfully connects the outside with the inside and also manages to convey an earthy feel through its free-flowing plan. Since mango trees as the plot, the house clearly gets its definition from them to ensure that the basic value of being organic or adopting green culture was exercised here.
Thus conclusion to make is that most of the houses have taken most care about the nature. The view from the house is also important and evens the connection of the house with nature and environment is important.