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Architects : Mohammed Afnan & Arun Shekar Humming tree is an architectural studio based in Kerala, operating in the fields of architecture and research under the creative direction of the two founders Mohammed Afnan & Arun Shekar. At Humming tree we believe that architecture and urbanism is about creating a lasting positive impact on our surroundings and our planet. We, therefore, measure our projects on their impact by creating a lasting social, economic, and environmental effect with everything that we take upon us. We always consider our projects in a local, regional, and global context, creating societal value beyond brief and client.

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Hello Yellow, Workspace Commercial Design

Architecture Firm: Humming Tree Architects: Mohammed Afnan & Arun Shekar Category: Commercial Plot Area: 1100 sq.ft Buildup Area: 2200 sq.ft Year of Built: 2020 Location: Calicut, Kerala Architecture Team: Najala, Yaseen, Hashim, Premjith Client: Limotex Photography: Justin Sebastian The brief was extremely sharp; that the space was to have two lives. The building should adorn an enjoy-work ethos and to have an exceedingly dynamic space, with heaps of daylight. The client was after a minimal, outlandish look, so ‘we took inspirations from commercial and art gallery spaces, as opposed to typical office interiors’, says Afnan & Arun

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founders of Humming Tree. Limotex is a Construction / Builders company with 4o years of experience in the industry. interiors’, says Afnan & Arun founders of Humming Tree. Limotex is a Construction / Builders company with 4o years of experience in the industry. As we were approached for our quirky taste in design, this workspace has to be distinguished from other builder’s office which is typically designed keeping exposed materials in mind. Our concept was to have an office space which has a design language of contemporary art galleries. We did not want to make something having complex aesthetics. The office has a linear planning of about 1010 sq.ft, a small workspace, with an amazing sun kissed reception area facing west. Next to it is the waiting lounge with Prussian blue couch dividing the small workspace consisting of 4 workstation table.

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Ahead of it is the cabin for manager and a beautiful, mirror reflecting conference room bringing the outdoor greens in making the most of pleasant ambient daylight, which in turn saves a lot of electricity.Working with a concept of having this mustard yellow on all 3 dimensions was a huge tough call and one needs to be bold when making decisions. However our fav, blue Jeff Koon’s dog, in the reception, balances out the color perfectly, making it look like it’s just straight out of a story book. As soon as one enters the office, they recieve a punch of reception area with all it’s 3 dimensions dipped in yellow, this gives a visual delight, a sense of happy summerness. Moving in, the palette slowly shifts between blacks, whites and a glimpse of green giving the workspace depth. Over all the space just elevates the mood as we happen to say “Hello Yellow!“

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Architect: Sanjay Puri Sanjay Puri graduated from the Academy of Architecture, Mumbai in 1988 and established the firm SANJAY PURI ARCHITECTS in 1992. With 150 international and over 100 national awards, the firm has architectural projects in Spain,Montenegro,Mauritius,AbuDhabi, Dubai, Montreal, Oman and Dallas in addition to projects in 40 Indian cities. Our works have been extensively featured in design magazines & publications. Evolving design solutions that are contextual & creating spaces that revolutionize the way they are experienced form the essence of the firm’s design philosophy. This mandate has allowed the firm to create a diverse portfolio of urban-planning,residential,commercial,hospitality,retail,offices, cultural,religious & institutional projects.

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Aria Hotel Hotel Design

Architecture Firm: Sanjay Puri Architects Architects: Sanjay Puri & Toral Doshi Category: Hotel Design Buildup Area: 150000 sq.ft Year of Built: 2020 Location: Nashik, India Architecture Team: Manjeet Khatri, Sudhir Ambasana, Dipti Patil Client: Aditya Parakh Photography: Dinesh Mehta Structure: Dr. Kelkar Designs Pvt. Ltd. MEP: Noesis

Situated in the wine growing region of India, the site for this hotel is gently contoured rising up 9M towards the south with the entry at the lowest level in the north. The client’s requirements included a large banquet hall of 15000 sqft in addition to 60 rooms and other facilities. Since the banquet hall would have large gatherings its access is planned directly Courtyard in west wing covered with from the road frontage. The public facilities solar panels and Jali in S - W wall for including the hotel lobby, restaurant, bar, natural ventilation. spa & business centre occupy a higher level 6 metres above the banquet hall entered directly from an ascending approach road. Solar panels on the rooftop, over the banquet kitchen & parking areas generate Each level of the hotel is integrated with fifty percent of the electrical energy rethe natural contours of the site, minimizing quired for the hotel. Rain water harvesting land cutting & landfill. Lower level walls are tanks, with water recycling & reuse further built with natural black basalt stone availadd to the sustainable methods adopted able in close proximity. All the circulation for the design of this hotel. spaces are naturally lit & ventilated rendering the building energy efficient.

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Rain water harvesting tanks, with water recycling & reuse further add to the sustainable methods adopted for the design of this hotel. At each floor, the rooms form rectilinear cuboids that are angled differently creating balconies that frame the picturesque surroundings with two floor high suites at the topmost levels. Painted in terracotta color stucco, these frames are juxtaposed with the black basalt stone walls of the lower floors.

Courtyard in east wing covered with solar panels

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All the rooms, restaurant, spa & banquets open into sheltered balconies & decks that provide outdoor usable spaces whilst minimizing the heat gain into the internal volumes.

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Room Balcony with Hill View

Room Balcony with River View

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Aria Hotel is designed contextually, responding to the site contours, the views of the surroundings, the climate & the materials creating a web of experiences within its different volumes.

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The Rajasthan School Institutional Design

Imbibing the organic character of Indian villages & old cities, the Rajasthan School is a low rise 3 level school with open, enclosed and semi enclosed spaces of varying volumes.

Architecture Firm: Sanjay Puri Architects Architects: Sanjay Puri Category: Institutional design Plot Area: 190000 sq.ft Buildup Area: 93000 sq.ft. Taking cognizance of the desert climate of Year of Built: Feb 2020 its location with temperatures in excess of Location: Shree Cement Township, Ras, 35°C for most of the year, each of the class- Rajasthan, India rooms are north oriented to derive indirect Architecture Team: Sanjay Puri, Ishveen sunlight . Bhasin, Ankush Malde, Pooja Prajapati Client: Shree Cement Ltd The auditorium , primary school and admin- Photography: Dinesh Mehta istration space occupy the southern side of Structure: Dr. Kelkar Design Pvt the plot opening into a large sheltered open Ltd/Structural Consultants; Epsilon area towards the north beyond which the design/MEP consultants secondary school classrooms, library & cafeteria are located. The semi-sheltered courtyard has multiple angular pathways, connecting the two parts of the school with landscaped play spaces that foster engagement. Traversed by a series of linear trapezoidal frames and sun-breakers, this focal area has a constantly changing shadow pattern depending on the sun direction throughout the day.

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The layout is intentionally fragmented allowing open landscaped spaces to be interspersed with the school’s learning spaces. The entire school opens towards a multipurpose playground & athletics track on the northern side. The entire circulation is through open naturally ventilated corridors traversing & skirting the focal semi sheltered landscaped court in the centre. Angled vertical walls act as sun breakers to reduce heat gain from the east, west & south sides generating cooler internal spaces

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The complete electrical power requirement is generated by the residual energy of a cement plant nearby. In addition, the entire water is recycled & reused. The building by its design is thus extremely energy efficient.

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The organic layout creates a different character to each part of the school orienting each space with different views & different perceptions. The Rajasthan School derives its character from the organic old cities, with an informal layout, interspersed open & enclosed volumes, designed in response to the hot climate, creating a school that is exploratory in multiple ways.

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Ravinder is the Principal Architect & Founder of Aaraa Architects, has

offices in Singapore & Chennai. He has over 14 years of Design experience and has developed considerable international design experience in India, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and Middle East regions upon a wide spectrum of projects, Including residential, Interiors, large scale mixed use developments, office, hotel, educational sectors, rail, and airports. He graduated from one of the finest universities in India, School of Architecture & Planning, Anna University and did his Masters in Urban Designing from National University of Singapore. Prior to starting his own Practice, He worked as an Associate with Aedas Singapore – One of the Top global architectural firms in the world and gained valuable experience in experimenting contemporary architectural process. During his earlier career he worked with Larsen & Toubro, India’s one of the biggest Turnkey Firm and gained valuable experience in designing and managing commercial and residential projects including office towers and service apartments. He is a qualified / registered Architect in India. Ravinder is actively involved in all aspects of design, from initial client brief development, master planning, environmental research, site investigation and feasibility analysis through to concept design, design development and documentation in addition to a broad knowledge and clear understanding of project management, procurement and construction processes. He is now responsible for the design and delivery of several Residential, Office and Interior significant projects in India, Including upcoming residential development in Batam, Indonesia. Ravinder is also a visiting faculty in School of Architecture & Planning, CADD Architecture College in Chennai

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A’s Castle

Interior Design The contemporary styled project is an amalgamation of two 1BHK apparent to shape a compact unit which is a vacation home for the client, but without loosing the home atmosphere giving different experiences within the limited space, A home to be cozy, A space to host comfortably, A second office to keep in touch with the work. Project revolves around the well planed multipurpose spaces that camouflage into any given situation that the space had to take up.

Architecture Firm: Aaraa Architects Architects: Ravinder Ramesh V S Category: Interior Design Buildup Area: 975 Sq.Ft Year of Built: 2019 Location: Trellis North - Appaswamy, Chennai Architecture Team: Sathish Kannan, Sofna, Thenmozhidevan, Sanjay Client: Karthick Photography: Binsan Oommen Baby

The so made 2BHK apartment opens up at a fun-size living room with a snugging dining table and a open kitchen placed like well fit puzzle and a let out green balcony, both the bedrooms, placed on either side of the living rooms, made on point to act like an extended wing for the living room, were fitted with fold down bed, other wise which will be a couch, in order to hit on multipurpose space, where clients never go less on room for hosting a get together at their holiday mansion. The second bedroom houses a retractable partition marking the office space when ever needed, it was planned at the proximity of second house entry door, which handles the office traffic if any.

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Materials were chose in order to comprehend the limitations of the house, highlighting the contrast with an Elite Metallic Bronze, Crude Grey and Fresh White, which therefore brought every little element into focus of the spectator. Metallic bronze were made reflective in order to showcase perceive an increase in volumes of the space. Every component was designed to reflect the abstract nature, dynamic angular lines running around.

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Agaram Design Studio Agaram was started as a collaborative architecture practice by architects Ajith Kumar (B.Arch), Priyadharshini (B.Arch), Hemalatha (B.Arch), in the year 2018. Agaram is an amalgamation of young minds as well as socially responsible Architects and they also produce Photorealistic Visualization as well.

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3D Visualization Projects

Residential, Commercial & product design

Agaram design studio, a leading Architecture design and 3d visualization firm based in Chennai India, was established by three young Architects in 2018. Agaram’s distinct style of residential architecture applies user end concepts and breathe reality in their visualization works.

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Their clients range from individual homeowners to companies such as L&T Construction, C360, Indira super-specialty Vellore, Bhavish architects, Coleroon shore, Mandala homes Australia and many more brands. ‘Space’ remains a beautiful language for us. The past two years came across projects of varying scales and complexities.

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INCORPORATION OF A MODERN PUBLIC BUILDING INTO A HISTORICAL PROJECT BY: Tatiana Skaloumpaka, Eirini Vasilakaki, Ioanna COLLEGE: Technical University of Crete YEAR OF STUDYING : 5th Year Bachelors CATEGORY : Public PROJECT TYPE: Studio Design Sheets The study area is situated in the old Venetian Harbor, in Chania Crete. It consists of the eastern medienal battlement, the medieval shipmaking structures (neorio Moro) as well as the surrounding historical area. The project concerns the intergration of the architectural project in a historical environment. The main building will be housing the offices and laboratories of the Antiquites service in Chania. The medieval shipmaking structures will be redeveloped and house a few secondary functions of the Antiquites Service.The purpose is the unification of the public space and the connection of the eastern battlement with the sabbionara gate. The opposite block of the main building is supplemented with residences of 60-120 m2. In Addition, certain building facades are redeveloped.

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HAMPI: Place, People & Past, (interpritation centre). PROJECT BY: kaushik dhola COLLEGE: GCPIA, VNSGU, SURAT YEAR OF STUDYING : Practicing Architect CATEGORY : Cultural PROJECT TYPE: Architectural Projects HAMPI: PLACE, PEOPLE & PAST. (INTERPRETATION CENTRE). My main aim behind this project was to build essence of the old hampi (past) and today’s hampi (place) to the peoples of today. So, I took reference of the ruins and make galleries, which follows the actual hampi’s temple planning. So, the journey is start from kishikinda (first gallery) and ends with the modern day hampi (last gallery), with this I have also kept the landscape accordingly as the individual era has its own. And, this will make visitors to experience and to feel the actual time then. Therefore, this gallery could be the bridge, which connects the past and the present, and for planning I have taken reference from Tungabhadra River which was the major important at that point of time, and I have kept the water channel throughout. And through our the journey of the hampi itself, the only constant thing is Tungabhadra! So, in my each galleries, the planning, the landscape and the scale are changing but the water channel is constant

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Cricket stadium

PROJECT BY: Deeksha raju , Apeksha karanth, Rashmi patil, Kavya COLLEGE: REVA University school of architecture, Bangalore YEAR OF STUDYING : 4th Year Bachelors CATEGORY : Commercial PROJECT TYPE: Studio Design Sheets

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Proposal in Competition PROJECT BY: AKSHAY GARANARA, LABDHI SHAH, MANSI KABRAWALA COLLEGE: Faculty of architecture scet, surat YEAR OF STUDYING : 2nd Year Bachelors CATEGORY : Rural Design P ROJECT TYPE: Competition Design Sheets

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Extention of School Facilities- A Grid Transformation PROJECT BY: Gregoriou Dimitrios, Ladianou Rania , Manga Emmanouela COLLEGE: Technical University of Crete YEAR OF STUDYING : 5th Year Bachelors CATEGORY :Institutional PROJECT TYPE: studio Design Sheets

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