Silence… … …
language of architecture
While exploring contemporary architectural spaces,
The Silence speaks louder than the words… words that crystallize to generate a symphony of the space and experience. While loud architectural statements may be vogue of the age, often the simplest space leaves the most profound of impacts
Some what same things happens with the Mr.Panse’s House “ISH CHHYA”
A seem less flowing space where architecture, interior furniture and product will become a unique emotional experience
The Architecture structure becomes fantastic element that gives a totally new dynamic to the life within a house it introduces discovery, curiosity surprises, emphasizes communication and pleasure.
The approach of the design was pragmatic focusing on crating a mass structure, carved with interesting spaces within.
Here walls and the ceilings do not define the spaces but the movement of the occupants does, it is almost like a series of the frames that moving are moving showing off their contents.
The openness of the layout and simplicity is thus contradicted yet complimented by the progression of the experience and the sensual experience it gradually unravels.
What result is a space that is as silence as it is alive as intriguing as it is clear.