Modern Asymmetric Architecture
Here are the stunning concrete modern asymmetric architecture: Rishikesh house by Rajiv Saini. The fascinating architecture of this single-storey residence evokes the sinuous lines of the Gange River below. Situated on a hillside in northern India, the asymmetric architecture of this modern masterpiece uses concrete cantilevering elements and huge floor-to-ceiling glass walls that invite the outdoors inside.Only on stepping inside through the teak wood doors does one comprehend the expansive river views. The large entrance space, along with the deck outside, functions as an informal lounging zone. It also encloses an elliptical, glass and teak framed dining enclosure. Crossing over a bridge from here, one passes through an internal court before descending into the lowered living room.
Modern asymmetric architecture with The master suite along with its en suite bathroom (and outdoor court with outdoor shower) is located to one side of the living room. Through a long glazed corridor lined with a grove of bamboo trees, one accesses the bedrooms and TV lounge on the other side. This glazed corridor is contained between the river facing bedrooms on one side, and the retaining wall holding up the bermed soil that conceals the presence of the spa tucked to one side of the entrance walls. A small court ensures enough natural light, while offering total privacy to its users.
In keeping with the location and form of the house, we played along with natural materials and finishes inside. Ceilings throughout are in form finished concrete, as are most retaining walls. Remaining internal walls are in white painted unplastered bricks or random rubble masonry.The flooring throughout the public and circulation areas is made with textured ochre coloured sandstone, while the bedrooms are finished in timber. Bathrooms are also clad in local stones or teak timber, and custom solid teak wood furniture along with linen and cotton furnishings was used throughout the house. Now look the Stunning modern asymmetric architecture: Rishikesh House by Rajiv Saini with picture below: