The courtyard is conceived as a spatial divider, like a family camp, to consolidate and share the conviviality and burdens of daily living without feeling overcrowded at night. The courtyard is excavated in plan to optimize views and passive solar gain, allowing light and air inside, while sinking the house into the landscape to maximize thermal insulation and intimacy from the urban context. – Akhil Gopi
As a designer we were very excited as the site was beautiful unfolded on the banks of a small river Reva near Bharuch district in Gujarat, surrounded by farms on all sides, secluded from the city and chaos.
Fin House, at Dharoli, Bharuch, Gujarat, by Dipen Gada and Associates
The design is based on the idea of Build, Live and Earn, thus promoting a sustainable lifestyle for a farmer.
to design an affordable mobile tiny house for a ‘kisaan’, a farmer, from central India, as the Client.
A Farmer’s Abode, at Central India, by UnTAG Studio