Design Ideas Architects Avoid In Their Own Homes

When clients ask for many design features in their homes, we as architects agree to incorporate these features. But practically speaking, they could be problematic, difficult to maintain and actually avoidable. So here’s a list of finishes, materials that I will not have in my own house and recommend that you should also avoid, even though they look good or snazzy.

Bedroom Ideas | An Architect Suggests

A bedroom is a very private space that must have a cozy ambience to allow you to relax and sleep easily and comfortably. For this, the bedroom must not be cluttered, must have unobstructed space for movement so that even if you wake up sleepily to go to the bathroom, you will not bump into furniture. An Architect gives you ideas and tips for arranging the furniture efficiently so that you can have all the furniture that you want without cluttering the bedroom……

Bedroom Closet Ideas | An Architect Suggests

Bedroom Closet organigning takes up a lot more time than you would expect because the amount of clothes and accessories possessed by each member of the family is so huge that, it seems unlikely that the area demarcated for storage purpose will be able to contain all of it. An Architect tells you that it is possible. Here are some tips and ideas to help you organise all your things within a bedroom closet in such a way that you can find everything…..

Vastu And Colours | An Architect Explains

Colours play a very important role in enhancing our well-being and happiness. Our body absorbs colour energy through the vibration each colour gives off and through colour, we receive all the energies we need to maintain a healthy body, mind, and soul. An Architect explains the concept of colour therapy and how to use the Vastu Guidelines for colours in a scientific manner to make a change and improve the overall well-being of the residents of a Home……

Understanding Vastu Shastra | An Architect’s Experience

As an Architect practising in Bangalore, India, I have often been instructed by my clients to apply Vastu Shastra rules to the design of their houses. Since we are not taught Vastu Shastra in our Bachelor of Architecture course, I decided to learn the subject by myself, from several insightful books. Surprisingly, I found it an easy subject to learn, since Vastu Shastra guidelines are wholly based on scientific principles and very similar to the basic design rules that we are taught in Architecture school…….

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