Defence Colony Residence by Vir. Mueller Architects.

The project derives its material and tectonic vocabulary from the plethora of tombs and palaces - fragments of 15th century Islamic medieval architecture - that anchor the urban landscape of Delhi. Built with load-bearing masonry walls, designed to withstand the loads of a Zone 4 seismic location, the residence creates its sense of architectural and urban identity in adhering to one primary material – local machine-made bricks.

(Source: archello.com)

This post is posted on Friday 22 March 2013.
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