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edmund sumner captures india’s modern day architecture in his new e-book

edmund sumner‘s book reveals a picture array and specific ideas of the boldest and most bold properties of india’s modern day household architecture, hence its identify ‘contemporary household india‘. the new e-book with much more than twenty parts of contemporary domestic architecture is divided into four thematic chapters and unveils a glimpse of non-public dwellings spanning across the nation and manufactured by well-regarded and non, architects — together with architecture brio, matharoo associates, abraham john architects, khosla associates, BV doshi.© thames & hudson

 

photographer edmund sumner captures a collection of spectacular exteriors and interiors which include a broad selection of textures, components and information. in addition, the guide consists of text primarily based on interviews with the architects by the creator of the book, rob gregory. the showcased initiatives traverse the region, from rural backgrounds with thriving scenes, inner-town havens to city densities. edmund sumner captures india's dramatic contemporary architecture in his new bookbrick residence remi kholsa associates ©edmund sumner

 

the book also highlights original essays that explore india’s residential architecture in the context of the country’s assorted landscapes, climates, and historic influences. ‘contemporary dwelling india’ showcases how new methods have been supported to the creating by a generation of design-savvy house owners. the large spectrum of houses addresses architects doing the job all-around the planet, as properly as all interiors enthusiasts, exhibiting the country’s outstanding variety.edmund sumner captures india's dramatic contemporary architecture in his new bookfissured dwelling matharoo associates ©edmund sumner

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