Monday, 27 August 2012



Everyday Tuesday, we would like to feature a design that inspired us or introduce an architect/designer through our page. We will pen down our opinion/analysis on the design. 
This Tuesday, we are beginning with Architect Arvind Dsouza's Design for a Goa Residence. 
The pool view of the residence. To us its gives a glimpse of Malabar appeal rather than a Goan look

The Verandah which is very typical ethnic India style with lot of space and ventilation.
The Living space with the eco-friendly furniture and the blend of colours of the materials and art works seems to be perfectly in sync.
The favourite space - we think this is one of the best designed simple yet beautiful spaces in the entire residence. 
While we appreciate the entire design, we find the flaw here, as we don't the staircase space was well utilized. Especially the wood partition looks out of place.
The Bedrooms were worked out very well with the choice of simple elements.
The minimalistic approach for the bedrooms make them look more ventilating.
Overlooking the garden & pool from the bedroom is very relaxing and refreshing for a tired soul.

This is one of the kind residence which is very close to that of a perfect India ethnic home where there is ample of ventilation, relaxing space and eco-friendliness. 

Mr.Dsouza definitely did a great job.

Hope you enjoyed this Tuesday's Tour.


J & R

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