Perfect example of debris reuse
Ease of pastel blue and solar daylighting.
Colors create an elegant focus
Based on sketch by client’s 4 year old daughter.
Expression in communication explored
A contrast combined with elegance.
An endless ceiling to magnify small space.
Creating endless space
Fairly low keep-up exercise.
Vaastu-vidya suggests use of triangles in this zone.
We need wind, but not sun.
When sun falls, elegance falls.
Lower Deck Lookout
Notice the transition
Sucking out hot summer air
When you can pick up some old teak windows
All windows and doors are recycled
Just light produces the shades
Colors break flow boldly
But the flow continues as well.
Creating this never ending illusion
Parents room celebrating light.
Light colliding with colors
Attention to the detail.
We go green, at each step.
Brightness outside provides visual comfort inside
Are these couches and door placed on floor?
Plethora of energy produced
Even sufficient to pump water in farm
A Panoply Study
All you need is a table and few shelves.
RCC is never a priority
Just handrails are required
Client’s love the ship explored.
Meeting at horizon
Enthralling details as work of art
We generate massive amounts of energy.
Upper living area
Colors transiting with light
Colors change as sun shifts
Massive amount of light is reflected with tints.
Ravel the decks
A sleek staircase on front deck
Upper and Lower decks
The bend in railings provide a winderful sitting space.
Notice the combination of brick with sleek white finish.
When artists drop and comment while in construction phase
The clients love for ship is explored at its best.
These exemplify the best use of resources.
Notice the vertebra joining lower and upper deck.
Invisible but fetching
Providing the hot-air outflow. Keeps down temperature by 10 degrees
Looking out to the winter deck.