Architectural Antiques from India

Architectural Antiques from India

National Museum of the American Indian by  Leica_Mark      jones & jones architecture and landscape

National Museum of the American Indian by Leica_Mark jones & jones architecture and landscape

Extremely popular in the Southwest, Pueblo Revival homes date back to the early 20th century. The style was influenced by the ancient Pueblo Indians' simple multifamily homes. Earthy materials such as adobe, concrete, stucco or mortar, and large wood beams are used; enclosed courtyards and flat or sloping roofs are also typical. Rounded exteriors with square windows also reflect the appearance of original pueblos.

26 Popular Architectural Home Styles

Extremely popular in the Southwest, Pueblo Revival homes date back to the early 20th century. The style was influenced by the ancient Pueblo Indians' simple multifamily homes. Earthy materials such as adobe, concrete, stucco or mortar, and large wood beams are used; enclosed courtyards and flat or sloping roofs are also typical. Rounded exteriors with square windows also reflect the appearance of original pueblos.

Great Entryway! South Indian Retreat Combines Cool Local Architectural Elements with Modern Design

South Indian Retreat Combines Cool Local Architectural Elements with Modern Design

Great Entryway! South Indian Retreat Combines Cool Local Architectural Elements with Modern Design

another natural palette with blues and greens paired with warm wood and stone

Gallery of Aranya House / Modo designs - 12

another natural palette with blues and greens paired with warm wood and stone

Retreat in the South-Indian Countryside / Mancini. The buildings draw on traditional construction technique combined with large Roof-overhangs and high thermal mass thus ensuring cool interiors in the very hot climate of the south Indian countryside. All architectural and interior elements are custom designed and manufactured by local craftsmen whereas the infrastructural elements rely on technology to ensure environmental sustainability.

Gallery of Retreat in the South-Indian Countryside / Mancini - 3

Retreat in the South-Indian Countryside / Mancini. The buildings draw on traditional construction technique combined with large Roof-overhangs and high thermal mass thus ensuring cool interiors in the very hot climate of the south Indian countryside. All architectural and interior elements are custom designed and manufactured by local craftsmen whereas the infrastructural elements rely on technology to ensure environmental sustainability.

The project describes a landscape design and facade design for a residential development in Hyderabad / India and introduces a green and ecological design for the city. It combines traditional Indian elements like Indian Step-wells and Indian Mazes into t…

The project describes a landscape design and facade design for a residential development in Hyderabad / India and introduces a green and ecological design for the city. It combines traditional Indian elements like Indian Step-wells and Indian Mazes into t…

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