Mani Bungalow / SEZA Architects & Interior Designers

first_img 2019 Houses Projects Lead Architects: Photographs:  Dinesh Mehta Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project CopyAbout this officeSEZA Architects & Interior DesignersOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesmathuraOn FacebookMathuraIndiaPublished on May 24, 2020Cite: “Mani Bungalow / SEZA Architects & Interior Designers” 23 May 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Techno Group “COPY” India “COPY” Architects: SEZA Architects & Interior Designers Area Area of this architecture project Year:  Area:  2322 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Design Team:Seema Puri, Zarir Mullan, Makrand Kalambe, Oswin Mascarenhas, Abhijit Hingankar, Siddhesh AroskarConstruction:Tavase and AssociatesLandscape:Oasis DesignsCollaborators:Firefly, LSI, Bhavik ArtsCity:MathuraCountry:IndiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Dinesh MehtaRecommended ProductsCorporate ApplicationsFastmount®Panel Fastener for Drywall at ASB Bank in AucklandCorporate ApplicationsBradley Corporation USACase Study: Restrooms at O’Hare International AirportWindowsFAKRORoof Windows – FPP-V preSelect MAXDoorsStudcoAccess Panels – AccessDorText description provided by the architects. Lines are the basis of any structure and to keep the purity of form intact we decided to use a play of lines for the design, Starting in two dimension and then continuing to use it to create a strong visual language in the third dimension too, therefore when first you see the bungalow your mind registers a series of lines, some thin, some thick, some horizontal some vertical. This property in Mathura in North India is a vacation home for the client and his family and, is meant for enjoying some quality time together. The plot has some beautiful trees which we wanted to pretty much build the house around.Save this picture!© Dinesh MehtaSave this picture!Ground Floor PlanSave this picture!© Dinesh MehtaOn entering one sees the house through the leaves of the tree located in the front and then when one approaches closer there’s another tree that the porch is designed around. This makes the entry experience so much more meaningful. The tree starts at the entrance and then pushes out through the large deck between the bedrooms above. The tropical climate drove the design; therefore all the rooms were arranged in a manner to allow for through ventilation, each opening onto large covered decks which were further protected at the end by wood profiles. The plan thus formed a small front court which a water body and a large more private rear court onto which the rooms opened.Save this picture!© Dinesh MehtaSave this picture!First Floor PlanSave this picture!Section BSave this picture!© Dinesh MehtaThe rhythmic play of these wood profiles also becomes the design language of the structure. The resultant design is a fusion of traditional concepts with a contemporary flavor. The architecture is such that the spaces seem to merge into one another and you can see right through the front lawn to the rear from the same spot. All the public areas are at the lower level while the private bedrooms are above. All the rooms create a narrative with their design. The family lounge opens out to the water body in the front, and simultaneously connects with the rear court too, giving it some beautiful vistas. The theatre too opens out to a deck which ends near the water body.Save this picture!© Dinesh MehtaThe volume of each upper floor is set back from the lower to create terraces for the upper rooms. We used a system of double walling with a 50 mm air gap to provide insulation and therefore reduce the heat transfer within. Sit outs are positioned strategically so that you feel you are protected by the built form as well as enjoying your connect with nature. The balance between built spaces and open spaces provides sufficient natural lighting and the east west orientation of most windows provides through ventilation in the whole house. The whole project revolves around this dilution of the boundaries between interior and exterior, creating an intense spatial dynamics.Save this picture!© Dinesh MehtaProject gallerySee allShow lessPati Blau House / Fran Silvestre ArquitectosSelected ProjectsRowen esaka Salon / Naoya Matsumoto DesignSelected Projects Share Mani Bungalow / SEZA Architects & Interior Designers Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/939879/mani-bungalow-seza-architects-and-interior-designers Clipboard Seema Puri Mullan, Zarir Mullan Mani Bungalow / SEZA Architects & Interior DesignersSave this projectSaveMani Bungalow / SEZA Architects & Interior Designers ArchDaily CopyHouses•Mathura, India MEP Consultants: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/939879/mani-bungalow-seza-architects-and-interior-designers Clipboard Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Hansgrohe, Flos, Siemens, Villeroy & Boch, Adobe, Blum India Pvt. 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Cirque du Soleil’s Amaluna Extends in NYC

first_img Show Closed This production ended its run on May 18, 2014 A theatrical acrobatic tribute to the work and voice of women, Amaluna is a fusion of the words ama, which refers to “mother” in many languages, and luna, which means “moon,” a symbol of femininity that evokes both the mother-daughter relationship and the idea of goddess and protector of the planet.  Cirque du Soleil’s Amaluna, is extending its stay in New York City. Written and directed by Tony winner Diane Paulus (Pippin), the show will now play through May 18 at on the grounds of Citi Field in Queens (home of the New York Mets). The show, which begins performances on March 20, will officially open on March 27. Related Shows Amaluna Check out a teaser for the breathtaking show below! View Commentslast_img read more

Wisconsin’s season ended by UMass-Lowell

first_imgMANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) – Connor Hellebuyck stopped a first-period penalty shot and finished with 31 saves to help UMass-Lowell rout Wisconsin 6-1 on Friday night in the NCAA Northeast Regional semifinals.Joseph Pendaza, Christian Folin, Shayne Thompson, Derek Arnold, Adam Chapie and Ryan McGrath scored for the top-seeded River Hawks (27-10-2). They will play Hockey East rival New Hampshire on Saturday for spot in the Frozen Four in Pittsburgh. New Hampshire beat Denver 5-2 in the second semifinal.The River Hawks survived being outshot 11-4 in the first period, then pounced on Wisconsin’s mistakes in the second and third, turning a close game into a blowout at the end.“Our team bent but it never broke in the first period and I felt our goaltending gave us a chance,” UMass-Lowell coach Norm Bazin said.Nic Kerdiles scored for fourth-seeded Wisconsin (22-13-7) in the third period, ending Hellebuyck’s shutout streak at 165 minutes, 20 seconds.“He’s been playing unbelievable for us. He’s been our rock back there,” said forward Scott Wilson, who assisted on Folin’s goal in the second period. “When you see one go by, you know it’s not going to faze him and you know the next shift he’s ready to go again.”Joel Rumpel made 20 saves for the Badgers. They took a six-game winning streak into their first NCAA tournament since losing to Boston College in the 2010 championship game.“They’re young men. They want to do so well. I think it’s part of their growth,” Wisconsin coach Mike Eaves said. “Sometimes young men get out of their comfort zone and do things that they shouldn’t. We paid a high price for it.”Rumpel had almost no offensive support as the Badgers failed to capitalize on the few mistakes made by Hellebuyck, mostly rebounds that were swept away before any Wisconsin player could get to the puck.Hellebuyck preserved a 1-0 lead 4:39 left in the first when he stopped Jefferson Dahl on a penalty shot.Kerdiles pulled Wisconsin to 3-1 with 11:41 left in the third on a power-play goal. It was the first goal allowed by Hellebuyck since 11:01 remained in the first period of the River Hawks’ 2-1 win over Providence in theHockey East semifinals a week ago.Arnold scored for UMass-Lowell with 6:04 left, Chapie added an empty-netter in the final minute and McGrath finished it off with 3 seconds to play.Thompson put UMass-Lowell up 3-0 when he scored just before crashing into Rumpel with 5:52 left in the second. Thompson, the net, goalie and Dahl, who was trying to catch up to Thompson, all went sliding into the boards in a pile.The goal withstood a video review that showed Thompson getting off the shot before making any contact with Rumpel or the net.UMass-Lowell is playing in its second straight NCAA tournament and fifth overall.last_img read more