Contemporary House India

Contemporary House India offers unparalleled insights and explores India’s residential architecture in the context of the country’s varied landscapes, climates, and historical influences.

The book provides a gorgeous overview of modern residential architecture in India and features over twenty beautiful private houses built by various leading and upcoming architects, including Architecture Brio, Matharoo Associates, Abraham John Architects, Khosla Associates, the Pritzker Prize-winning B. V. Doshi, and more. The featured projects span across the country – from the western coasts of Goa and Maharashtra and the inland waters of the Western Ghats to inner-city shelters in Ahmedabad and the banks of the river Ganges in the north.

The book begins with an insightful introduction and is divided into four thematic chapters, each opening with a contextual introduction. Contemporary House India is stunningly illustrated with photographs by Edmund Sumner and includes architectural plans accompanied by interviews of architects.

Rob Gregory is a senior campus architect at the University of Bristol and a lecturer at the University of Bath. He has previously served as the senior editor of Architectural Review Magazine and program manager at The Architecture Centre. He has also worked as a consultant critic and curator for the Royal Academy and the British Council (RIBA).

Edmund Sumner has collaborated with leading architects from around the world since 1998. He was the guest editor for Wallpaper and Architectural Review Magazines for their India issues. He focuses primarily on the work of coming-of-age architects in Japan, India, and Mexico. His notable clients include Tadao Ando, RSHP, and John McAslan + Partners.

Delve into the world of contemporary Indian architecture with this book. Get your copy now!
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