Baluster design plays a crucial role in architectural aesthetics, particularly in structures like staircases, balconies, and railings. These vertical supports not only provide structural integrity but also contribute significantly to the overall visual appeal of a building or space. Baluster design also vary widely, ranging from simple and utilitarian to intricate and ornate, reflecting different architectural styles and periods. Common materials for balusters include wood, metal, stone, and even glass, each offering unique textures and visual effects. Additionally, the spacing, height, and proportions of balusters are carefully considered to ensure safety while maintaining harmony with the surrounding architecture.

Classic Baluster Design | 42MM Architecture

The design journey began with the client’s brief that emphasized grandeur to be the representation of his house. He intended his residence to an experience of augustness in its entirety. Designed as a spectacle for the spectators, Prarthana Residence is an embodiment of luxury in the French classical style. An ensemble of extravagance, this residence, is perfection in pronounced classicism. Opulent in all the multiple layers of its existence, this residence is not less than a rich collection of luxurious spaces put together where they belong. Although designed for a small family, it has large spaces that demand attention from the user, large in their scale, dimension, and experience. 

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Designed by:  42MM Architecture

Location: Maharani Bagh, New Delhi 

Principal Architects: Rudraksh Charan & Priyanka Khanna

Photograph Courtesy:  Atul Pratap Chauhan

Framed By Arches | SPACE RACE ARCHITECTS

Architectural Studio Space Race Architects has created the eternal house a double storey bespoke dwelling for a small family, wrapped in traditional aesthetical features and modern space planning techniques.

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Designed by: Space Race Architects

Location: Jalandhar

Principal Architect: Ar. Thakur Udayveer Singh

Criss Cross Design | R Design

The center circulation space opens up to double height space that is supported by a skylight to light up the space.

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Designed by: R design

Location: Surat, Gujarat

Principal Architect: Arvind Mistry

Photograph Courtesy: Ravi Mistry

Metal And Wood | AH ARCHITECTS

We started by working on the layout of the penthouse to make the most of the available space. The penthouse was spread over two levels, and we wanted to create a seamless flow between the two floors. To achieve this, we focused on creating a central staircase that connected the two levels, adding a grandeur and elegance to the space.

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Designed by: AH ARCHITECTS

Location: Indore

Principal Architect: Ar. Akshay Harbhajanka

Photograph Courtesy: Ar. Manan surti

Balusters For Spiral Stairs | Design Inc.

Harnessing ideal location of the hotel and the heritage tourism character of the city was the idea of the client for developing the space. Dheergarh has been treated like a haveli spatially, provisioned with significant royal experience to the visitors. In order to achieve aforesaid, lavishness, sophisticated color palette of Ottoman Architecture was our first choice. As the volume of the space was of anthropological scale, tasteful use of color, texture, elements, forms and material was crucial. Common areas of the hotel have been treated with rich furniture and bright , vibrant color palette. Our clients being a tasteful collector of arts and artifacts have gracefully enabled to use his handpicked collection along with elegant pick from local market and artisans. Entire space if provided with freshness through live greens.

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Designed by: Design Inc.

Location: Udaipur 

Principal Architects: Sandeep Jain & Anup Murdia

Photograph Courtesy: Pratikruti

Decorative Steel Baluster | architecture aNew

In addition to being practical, the jali is also artistically lovely and produces stunning and intricate patterns of light and shadow on the surrounding surfaces, particularly the wall of the staircase. In a distinctive manner, it serves as a barrier between the staircase and the seating area.

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Designed by: architecture aNew

Location: Panchkula

Principal Architect: Ar. Amrit Panwar & Ar. Satish Panwar

Photograph Courtesy: architecture aNew

Metal Baluster Railing Design | i Designs

Maruti Sales Corporation is owned by Mr. Ramesh Patel, who is a merchant of timber and veneers in Central India. It is one of the biggest and well-established businesses which is unique in the quality and variety of products that it offers to its clients. MSC is located in Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh. Keeping in view the appreciation for design tactics, this retail design office is designed to a T. Spread across a whopping 18,000 sq.ft., this showroom has a striking façade.

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Designed by: I Designs

Location: Raipur, Chattisgarh

Principal Architect: Sumit Bhamra & Nitin Singh Thakur

White Wooden Baluster | Dematrix

What makes this house special is the details and tones used. Each and every moulding details in the house has been designed separately. Every details, furniture , art works , murals ,everything has been designed and customized. 

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Designed by: Dematrix

Location: Kasargod, Kerala

Principal Architects: Ar. Fairooz aman & Ar. Vineeth k

Photograph Courtesy: Turtle Arts

Abstract Baluster Design | Aakar Group of Consultancy

The M.S.R railing of the staircase is designed in duco paint which stands out as peculiar and ceremonious. The interiors are minimal, neat and fuss-free.

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Designed by: Aakar Group of Consultancy

Location: Vishrambag, Sangli, Mumbai

Principal Architect: Ar. Milind M. Kulkarni 

Photograph Courtesy: clickophilets.studio

Spheres And Poles | FORM Design Studio

An open tiple height volume located in the central core forms a courtyard dining space that flows intuitively into adjoining living and kitchen spaces. Large windows and skylight in the central courtyard fill the space with ample daylight, making it a pleasant experience across all floors.

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Designed by: FORM Design Studio

Location: Indore, Madhya Pradesh

Principal Architects: Nikhil Marmat, Mustafa Topiwala & Murtaza Topiwala

Photograph Courtesy: Avesh Gaur

Organic Forms | Studio Bipolar

The ornate staircase leading up to the first floor was retained and rejuvenated by subtle change in polish. The stairs open onto an informal lounge, with sweeping curved walls clad in walnut veneer panels, backlit by warm cove lights.

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Designed by: Studio Bipolar

Location: Aligarh, UP

Principal Architects: Ar. Ujjwal Ssagar & Ar. Sanjana Mathur

Photograph Courtesy: Niveditaa Gupta

Double Ring Design | SUNRISE GROUP

A 3BHK bungalow interior design with a modern style and traditional elements by the “Sunrise Group”. Starting from entrance, we get parking space here. Entrance door is designed using combination of rattan cane mesh and transparent glass which blocks inside vision from outside as well as gives partial view of outside from inner foyer.

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Designed by: SUNRISE GROUP

Location: Thakkar Faliya, Dahod

Principal Architect: Suhail Badshah

Photograph Courtesy: Pixel Scape Studio

Minimal Line | 23DC Architects

The environment today is an imperative component when designing architecture. Its simplistic elements are undoubtedly parallel to the life of the journey of humans. When collaborated the same with architecture, it manifests wonders. To maximize the efficiency of our client’s humble abode, we create sustainable interior designs with details that add magnificence.

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Designed by: 23DC Architects

Location: Jalandhar

Principal Architect: Shiv dada & Mohit Chawla

Photograph Courtesy: Purnesh Dev Nikhanj

Wooden Bal Mistry Architects

Leisure, tranquillity and adaptation of a traditional Moroccan house are the key elements of this home in Ahmedabad. The client’s brief stated that the language of this residential space ought to teleport us to a Moroccan style home, having a significant connect with nature. They wanted to have open yet private spaces with a completely soothing atmosphere. This made the architects design an open home, blurring the boundaries between internal and external spaces, the house is planned in an extroverted manner bringing in natural light and yet take care of weather in that region. 

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Designed by: Mistry Architects

Location: Ahmedabad

Principal Architect: Ar. Sharukh Mistry

Photograph Courtesy: Umang Shah Photography

Traditional Baluster Design | VRIKSH

The Upper level family lounge with stone pillars and balusters overlook the lower courtyard. A study space is carved into the family room on the upper floor with a partition fashioned with wood and chettinad patterned wall covering (on the left). A wooden ladder leads to an attic space above the study which works as a play area for the client’s twins.

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Designed by: Vriksh

Location: Manipal, Karnataka

Principal Architect: Sonal Shetty Rao

Photograph Courtesy:  Shamanth Patil

Modern Railing Style | The Design House Studio

A central staircase is serving as a prominent architectural feature in the home, adding elegance and functionality to the overall design. It not only connects different levels of the house but also become a focal point, enhancing the visual appeal of the interior spaces. The central staircase is designed in a style, depending on the overall aesthetic of the home. It is a grand staircase with sweeping steps and a decorative balustrade, evoking a sense of luxury and sophistication. it has a more minimalist design, featuring sleek lines and simple materials for a modern and contemporary look.

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Designed by: The Design House Studio

Location: Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh

Principal Architect: Ar. Chandni Agarwal

Photograph Courtesy: Earthian Studio

Simple And Interconnected | KSD Studio

The location for our latest holiday home project — Tranquil Haven — is the scenic Aamby Valley City at Lonavala, Maharashtra. The clients, a young couple, approached us with an interesting assignment which comprised of rearranging the layout of a 3,000-square-foot villa, adding two additional bedrooms in the arrangement, and creating a calming aesthetic indoors using minimal design elements. The two-storied structure initially had a living-dining space, kitchen, study and two bedrooms with attached balconies; with a landscaped entrance, porch, a pool and sit-outs.

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Designed by: KSD Studio

Location: Aamby Valley, Maharashtra

Principal Architect: Ar. Kshiti Shah

Photograph Courtesy: Yadnyesh Joshi

Multilevel And Continuous | Archaic Design Studio

The ground floor of the house also accommodates the client’s parent’s bedroom. An elegant, wooden, and yellow stone staircase through the courtyard with a black metal railing leads us to the first floor through the passage overlooking the dining area and connecting the three rooms upstairs.

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Designed by: Archaic Design Studio

Location:  Prahladnagar, Ahmedabad

Principal Architect: Kalpesh Mewada

Photograph Courtesy: Rockbrand Inc

Semi-Open Spiral | STRIa aRCHITECTS

One of the standout features of XANADU is the captivating courtyard space, accentuated by a splendid spiral staircase. This area thus serves as a tranquil retreat, allowing the family to unwind and reconnect with nature.

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Designed by: STRIa aRCHITECTS

Location: Chempazhanthy, Trivandrum

Principal Architect: Ar. Sreekumar R & Ankita Indukumar

Photograph Courtesy: out of focus

Spaced Out Wooden Baluster | Altitude Designs

An exposed concrete staircase forms the backdrop of this setting and ascends gracefully, unveiling a storeroom and terrace above. Artfully illuminated by a skylight and fixed clerestory windows, the space orchestrates a delightful and warm chiaroscuro effect throughout the day on the brick wall behind.

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Designed by: Altitude Designs

Location: Demol, Near Anand, Gujarat

Principal Architect: Ar. Rajan Gajjar

Photograph Courtesy: Ridham Gajjar

Thin And Delicate | AD Studio 9

The staircase has been reintroduced in the central part of the house, which was previously located outside.

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Designed by: AD Studio 9

Location: Bangalore

Principal Architects: Apoorva Lekha N & Sandesh Dhanaraj

Facing The Skylight | Forum Advaita

The formal seating adjacent to the internal staircase is also separated by a plane with a cutout that offers framed views from the other side and also leads one to the upper level.

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Designed by: Forum Advaita

Location: Chandigarh, Punjab

Principal Architect: Ar. Aman Sohal

Photograph Courtesy: Purnesh Dev Nikhanj

Facing The Wall Art | Pavitra And Associates

The staircase with light features on wall, has an identity of its own. The interior follows a homogenous color pallet of white, beige, browns and some color pop used to highlight certain spaces. The love of client towards hand paintings makes the specific areas more special through their bunch of colors.

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Designed by: Pavitra And Associates

Location: Khargone, Madhya Pradesh

Principal Architect: Vaishali Mahajan Neema

Photograph Courtesy: Viplove Jain Photography

Curved Edges And Turns | AR praxis architects

The staircase was given lined by cables to make the dining area seem larger.

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Designed by: AR praxis architects

Location: Ahmedabad

Principal Architect: Ar. Anuradha Ramchandani

Photograph Courtesy: Murtaza Gandhi

Custom Designed Support | THE CROSSBOUNDARIES

Predominant use of elliptical form is easily identical. The custom designed handrail with MS oval pipe and MS stud makes an impeccable impact on the overall feel of the space. The central elliptical painting is a buffed glass printing of an image is complemented with the subtle grooving gives the space a distinct identity.

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Designed by: The Crossboundaries

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architect: Harsh Boghani

Photograph Courtesy: Ashish Chakroborty

Spiral Wooden Railing | Ichha Kriti

Having an eye for the antiques, the owner of this house in Kamrej wanted to display his collection in the most ambient way and his specification was met and realised by designer Dalwadi. The focus on intricate details of the staircase, the entrance door and various niches displaying the hereditary artefacts only goes to prove that God lies in the Details.

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Designed by: Ichha Kriti

Location: Kholwad, Kamrej, Surat

Principal Architect: Kushal Dalwadi

Photograph Courtesy: Prachi Khasgiwala

Functional And Clean | Space + Architecture

The entire foundation and columns are retained to limit the impact on the structure of the house. The walls between the old houses were removed, bringing large and connected spaces, fully meeting the long-term needs of the owner. The redundant staircase is replaced with a large skylight which is enough for natural light to diffuse into every corner of the house and the trees inside can still grow naturally. Based on the natural lighting, the house does not have to use electric lights during the day to reduce and save energy consumption.

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Designed by: Space + Architecture

Location: Sóc Trăng, Vietnam 

Principal Architects: Tran Thao Xuan Phuong, Pham Thi Kim Yen & Truong Tan Duy

Photograph Courtesy: Minq Bui

Avant Garde Design | Chromed Design Studio

Inspired from the travels of explorer ‘Mariposa Jose’, a fictional character, Sutra Gastropub marks its ingress amidst the hustle and bustle of Noida city. Located at a standalone property and built across an area of 19000 sq.ft., this gastropub was designed to create an Avant-garde cocktail bar and restaurant. It became a talking point by serving a fitting semblance to relish the enlivening tone of innovation executed. This magnificent space is a classic yet eclectic mix of various design styles. The atmosphere here is of a moody speakeasy bar where one can sit back, relax and enjoy their drink. The design was driven by an incentive thought of bridging the gap between current millennial and traditional dining styles.

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Designed by: Chromed Design Studio

Location: Sector 18, Noida

Principal Architects: Piyusha Upadhyay, Shikhar Gaur & Abhigyan Neogi

Photograph Courtesy: Arvind Hoon

Flat Wooden Baluster Design | HIRAYA DESIGN STUDIO

As you walk up to the first floor level, you will notice the antique wood railings on the staircase and that the character of the flooring changes. We have used yellow oxide as the base floor starting from the family room where we usually unwind and host friends. We picked up a beautiful antique chess table that we’ve placed on this level in one corner of the family room. The first floor earlier had 3 bedrooms, the walls of which we’re broken to accommodate two bedrooms of a larger area for my brother and me.

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Designed by: Hiraya Design Studio

Location: Mangalore

Principal Architect: Apeksha Naik

Photograph Courtesy: Noaidwin Sttudio3

Indigenous Spiral Design | SPAN Architects

Owing to the brief by the client, the house stands true to the idea of vernacular and indigenous architecture yet following the contemporary lines. Our approach was to study the traditional Science, extract its essence, yet arrive at a fresh and innovative design. From Large palaces like Rajwada Indore(Kings Palace) to small residential dwellings, almost all the houses, in this region, use to have such open to sky spaces, Hence Courtyard became the driving factor for this residence Design.

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Designed by: SPAN Architects

Location: Indore, Madhya pradesh

Principal Architects: Anand Maroo, Pratik Gupta & Arpit Khandelwal

Photograph Courtesy: Vivek Samaiya & Dhawal Bumb

Oval Shaped Baluster Design | Imagine Design Studio

Richly woven with exclusive grandeur features yet exuding harmony and calmness, the abode sways with the balanced blend of materials, colors, design and patterns. This home is a perfect paradigm of modern minimalism joining design forces with sophistication.

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Designed by: Imagine Design Studio

Location: Indore, Madhya Pradesh

Principal Architect: Ar. Ankit Mittal, Ar. Rupal Gupta Mittal & Parakh Gupta

Photograph Courtesy: Imagix Photography Studio

Clean Lines And Simplicity | Buildbig Infracorp Pvt. Ltd.

The railing of the staircase is a study in minimalism, designed with an emphasis on clean lines and simplicity. The absence of intricate details allows for an unobstructed view of the staircase, promoting a sense of openness and fluidity in the design. The vertical guard, an integral part of the railing, adds a touch of modernity while serving its functional purpose.

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Designed by: Buildbig Infracorp Pvt. Ltd.

Location: Ahmednagar, Pune

Principal Architect: Nikhil Bankar, Tejas Murudkar, Dushal Thorat & Sourabh Chitragar

Photograph Courtesy: Ar. Parag Patil

Round Base Baluster Design | Nufail Shabana Architects

The staircase is one of the most beautiful feature in interior. The stair core placed next to the family living clearly creates a visual demarcation of spaces. The mezzanine space provided above the family creates a cozy study space that goes well with the theme of European interior.

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Designed by: Nufail Shabana Architects

Location: Mahe, Kannur, Kerala

Principal Architect: Ar. Shabana Rasheed & Ar. Nufail

Photograph Courtesy: Turtle art photography

Connected By Beads | Oris Architects

The North end of the ground floor corridor leads to the guest bedroom & kitchen and whereas the south end leads to the Staircase and a Bedroom. The staircase adds an opulent Spanish feature with printed & terracotta tiles and ornamented cast iron railing. 

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Designed by: Oris Architects

Location: Nagpur, Maharashtra

Principal Architect: Ar. Om Lakhani & Ar. Ishita Lakhani

Photograph Courtesy: What We Click

Yellow Polygonal Baluster | Ikigai Goa

Deconstructed arches in the staircase railing and the display shelves mirror Jaipur’s rich history of metalwork, while their gold powder coating adds elegance and sophistication to the entire space.

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Designed by: Ikigai Goa

Location: Margao, Goa

Principal Architect: Ar. Erika Pereira

Photograph Courtesy: Studio Anjor

Biophilic Baluster Design | arcKala design studio

We used hues of lavender and pinks along with beige for luxe. Aesthetic lighting and dropping a huge chandelier from the entrance to the basement along the staircase to make it feel like a gala, celebrating one’s bodies and forms.

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Designed by: arcKala design studio

Location: Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi

Principal Architect: Ar. Janesh Jain & Ar. Anusha Katoch

Photograph Courtesy: Perspectivesbyv

A Set Of Three | Vardhaan Architecture Studio

Varadanam – the house of colors stands at Irinjalakuda, known as “Varadanangalude Nadu” (land of blessings), which is a small city in Thrissur, Kerala, India. The clients wanted a simple peaceful home for their family of four, with their two kids. The residence has a total area of 1900 square feet and the total extent of the site is 7 cents. 

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Designed by: VARDHAAN ARCHITECTURE STUDIO

Location: Thrissur, Kerala

Principal Architect: Amrutha Anilkumar

Photograph Courtesy: Vishnu Narayanan & Sanjay jayadeep

A Bright Red Streak | THE CODE STUDIO

Helios International School is a CBSE school in Pune, Maharashtra. The school is designed for about 2000 children. The purpose of designing the spaces was to create a warm, playful and healthy environment for the young school children that would be filled with natural light and ventilation. The key objective of the project was to provide the children with a suitable environment to learn and explore.

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Designed by: THE CODE STUDIO

Location: Pune

Principal Architect: ROHAN AGARWAL & AASHNA AGARWAL

Photograph Courtesy: Hemant Patil

A Bronze Touch | Studio Skapa Architects

The connective spine of the residence, the staircase is a transformation that the studio felt was integral to the home’s design narrative. The erstwhile staircase connecting the levels was visually bulky, made entirely in glossy black granite, which rendered the stairwell with a dark and stunted appearance.

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Designed by: Studio Skapa Architects

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka

Principal Architect: Charita Kishore Rupa

Photograph Courtesy: Yash R Jain

Golden And Simple | Ferroart Interiors pvt. Ltd.

Living room has open balcony and staircase leading to first floor. Vibrant yet cool colours were used. Backlit cushioned lotus lights catches the attention. Room is designed for comfort and spacious appeal.

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Designed by: Ferroart Interiors Pvt. Ltd.

Location: Nagpur, Maharashtra

Principal Architect: Sagar Bhadbhade

Photograph Courtesy: Ashish Bhonde

Fern Shaped Design | JJ Associates

First look at this place gives one a surprising and curious idea of what would be experienced inside, whereas the interior space throws you a different experience altogether.

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Designed by: JJ Associates

Location: Bangalore

Principal Architect: Jaichand Jain & Rohit.R. Lunawath

Mirror Image Design | Nikhil Jain Architects

This two-floor site of about 5000 SFT is located at the very beginning of Road no. 10 of Banjara Hills, a street which is known for its fashion boutiques and outlets of connoisseurs in bespoke clothing. The clients, who are the second generation in the family-business of bespoke clothing, wanted a retail environment that helped them showcase and sell better, and that set a benchmark in the market for their brand.

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Designed by: Nikhil Jain Architects

Location: Hyderabad

Principal Architect: Ar. Nikhil Jain

Photograph Courtesy: Ricken Desai

Low Height Balustrade | Studio PM

A granite and wood clad staircase, with art-deco inspired metal railing, unifies the two levels. The large community table with sleek bar stools, illuminated dramatically from the angular spotlights, greets you at the upper level. Enduring the inheritance, we extensively used navy blue wooden panelling, with mirrors that have aged, to make the space tell stories of the era gone by.

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Designed by: Studio PM

Location: Kalaghoda , Mumbai

Principal Architect: Priyank Mehta

Photograph Courtesy: Pulkit Sehgal

Zig Zag Patterns | Charged Voids

Residence 1065 reinterprets India’s traditional ways of living while paying homage to Chandigarh’s modernist heritage. The house greets visitors with its sweeping, concrete curved roof—a reinterpretation of Le Corbusier’s 1952 proposal for the Governor’s Palace. At a more eye-friendly elevation, a glass-encased, open ground-floor plan comes into view.

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Designed by: Charged Voids

Location: Chandigarh

Principal Architect: Aman Aggarwal

Photograph Courtesy: Javier Callejas

Raised Up Above | Quirk Studio

Fast-paced urban living and the pandemic have been wake-up calls for many about the importance of balanced living and wellbeing. A holiday home by Isprava, designed by Quirk Studio in the green lap of Goa, identifies with these theme of a simpler way of life. A home away from home oozes Zen-like peace for a Mumbai-based family in the textile business.

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Designed by: Quirk Studio

Location: Goa

Principal Architect: Disha Bhavsar, Shivani Ajmera

Photograph Courtesy: Yash R Jain

Curvilinear Baluster Design | Flamingo Architects

Located at the crossroads of tradition and modernity in Bhuj’s bustling Khatri Chowk, stands a testament to architectural ingenuity and thoughtful design – the Khatri Chowk House. This residence, crafted by Flamingo Architects, celebrates the essence of family life while seamlessly integrating the demands of urban living and commerce.

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Designed by: Flamingo Architects

Location: Bhuj-Kutch

Principal Architect: Ar. Faisal Khatri

Photograph Courtesy: Sohail Wazir

White And Artistic | Rika Architecture

Energetic and cool office design have a pinch of casual planning with a more formal working setup. A 1500 sq.ft. commercial space for a Marketing company, the brief was for a variety of informal ‘fun’ workspaces – which were reminiscent of working in a café. Designing of the office started with creating such simple casual spaces and plan evolved around these interesting corners. The layout facilitates an open office culture, creating spaces which encourage interaction between team members. Unobstructed view of the city with a generous ceiling height of 15 ft. were capitalized upon.

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Designed by: Rika architecture

Location: Pune

Principal Architects: Ar. Richa Khawte, Ar. Kaustubh Pardikar

Photograph Courtesy: Ar. Kaustubh Pardikar

Arch Shaped Balusters | Grahaam Studio

Nestled within the esteemed confines of Khar Gymkhana, overlooking the lush lawn, lies a culinary haven like no other. Beyond Cafe is a temple for food enthusiasts and transcends conventional boundaries, blending architecture and gastronomy into a harmonious symphony of design and flavor.

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Designed by: Grahaam Studio

Location: Khar, Mumbai, India

Principal Architect: Ar. Krittika Jain

Additional Functional Support | HS Desiigns

The house being in Mumbai, demanded a bold and contemporary thinking and the client also wanted the same but with clean lines and a hint of sophistication.With interesting play on material and textures, a modern and luxurious feel for achieved for this residence which stays true to persona of the occupants.

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Designed by: HS Desiigns

Location: Kandivali

Principal Architect: MR. Hitesh Shahanand

Photograph Courtesy: Photographix Sebasian +Ira

Rows Of Linear Forms | AD Studio 9

‘Mathrukrupa’ is located on a tiny plot measuring 25’x40’ along a narrow lane, in Ramamurthy Nagar, Bangalore. This project involved renovation of a 20 year old house, a quaint and simplistic design approach along with fringes of traditional materials and an inviting facade design. It is spread across two floors in load bearing structure. The client envisioned a home for a family of four, where they wanted to settle down. The attempt was to design a new space within a new set of requirements given by the client.

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Designed by: AD Studio 9

Location: Bangalore

Principal Architect:  Apoorva Lekha N & Sandesh Dhanaraj

Overall, baluster design is not merely functional but also an opportunity for artistic expression and architectural storytelling, adding depth and personality to the built environment.

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