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Vansajada, India

Lead Architects
Tarun Patel, Vipul Jiyani

4000.0 ft2

Project Year

Zurich Shah

From the architect. Outhouse: a visible invisible extension of nature

Seated amidst agricultural farmland, this weekend house brings harmony between the natural and the built environment.

On the first visit to the site, the architect made up his mind to optimize on the setting of this project. Amid lush green farmland, away from the bustling city of Ahmedabad, this site offered a getaway into the serenity and vastness of nature.

The design approach was to create an enigmatic feel by camouflaging the building with the background, which offered a matchless view of the horizon. The imagination was to bring life 
to a poetic expression: green grass below, and the blue sky above, and the outhouse at this threshold.

The outhouse plan comprises a series of courtyards and private spaces, connected through an immaculate passage. This project has a living area, dining, kitchen, master bed and guest room. The courtyards embed usable outdoor spaces like the patio, swimming pool, and the entrance vestibule.

The exposed RCC ceiling is patterned with the bamboo curtains, with a complete green cover at the terrace. The building preserves water with its reverse boring to help recharge the ground water table.
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