design et al are delighted to announce the successful shortlist for Annkur Khosla Design Studio are Shortlisted for the Asia Pacific Residential £1-2.5 Million (Project Value) Award. The house is inspired by a walk in the woods with it’s amazing character of trees with monstrous hanging roots, branches, foliage– all varied assemblage.
Nature has the quality of randomness, raw, sculptural and yet it invokes in the person a very conflicting dimension between the urban and natural life. The aim is to capture the essence of its sculptural qualities by crystallizing the randomness into defined structure through various materials.
At each instance there is an attempt to create enclosure with a semblance of freedom and dynamism. The canopies or pavilions are interpreted at various spurts as non predictable intrusions in the space as to alter the density of the plantation.
The boldness in color depicts the serenity and ferocity of nature rich in hue and texture. The constant elasticity of nature and human dynamics creates the tussle, unexplainable in cases and yet the binding universal force holds all elements together.