B23 is a project designed by Architecture Discipline. If meaningful design is about the essence of things and eventually about reduction, this bungalow is a distinctive statement on a 2000 square yard block.


This house typically stands as a tribute to the 70’s Indian modernism and is a masterpiece because of its exemplary style and beauty. It is an extremely interactive home for a close knit joint family, the one that cooks & dines together. The architecture of this house is such that the space embraces their roots and is progressive at the same time. The experience in plan & section is that of an open space, but, that space has been planned in a way that it is interactive yet offers privacy.

Photography by Architecture Discipline
Project size: 8500 ft2
Site size: 14000 ft2
Completion date: 2016

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