Architectural Resort and hotel design by Kapil Gupta and Christopher Lee

Oct 16, 2019

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Meswani House in Pavna Lake

Mesvani House is a project that uses roof to capture space and indicates programming assignment without using full vertical sides. In our beautiful arrangement of Pavna Lake, our proposal seeks to solve two issues related to the design of big houses in rural areas - how you can adjust 10 bedrooms without using a long monotonous corridor, and how you can avoid massing, a blot on an amazing landscape. Bungalow is an ivy-cover, a stone house that has a very sweet family from Mumbai.

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Aarvli Resort in Goa

Construction for the Aarvli resort, designed by Serie Architects, is underway in the current month. Located in Goa, India, this project draws inspiration from the famous forts of Maharashtra. A typical castle is based on a vast ramparts system that follows the nearby parts of its mountain side alignment. Business issues were created due to the thickness of the structure to create the defensive fortress of the circle. The result is an attractive curvilinear plan in architecture that is in sync with both naturally expanded and natural context. More images and architects' description after the break.

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The Tote in Mumbai

Chris Lee and Kapil Gupta of Serie Architects have converted a contaminated building from a colonial past in Mumbai to a banquet hall, restaurant and 'The Tote'. The site was covered with adult rainforests, whose large spreading leaves were sprayed in most of the year throughout the year, allowing almost all new programs to come out.