The residence in PANCHKULA is raised above the ground on concrete pilings. One of the key design elements is the use of clean lines and geometric shapes. These shapes can be seen in the design of the windows, doors, and the overall shape of the building. The use of straight lines and angles creates a sense of order and organization in the design.
Spaces are designed to ensure maximum daylight penetration in all rooms. While coping with the fluctuating subtropical climatic indicators for a residence of this scale, considerations for passive solar techniques included clever use of layering wide verandas and open terraces.
The emptiness between the volumes and the slabs on the external facade improves lighting and ventilation throughout the day. Adorned with HPL panels and white ACP cladding, the facade possesses a dynamic form of architectural modernism