Introduction – A conversation with B.V. Doshi; Reflections of today’s practitioners • Chapter One: Urban Living – Radhika Villa, Vastushilpa Consultants; Jenga House, Matra Architects; Kaleka Residence & Studios, Matra Architects; Brick House, Romi Khosla Design Studios; Collage House, S&PS Architects; Lattice House, Sameep Padora & Associates; House of Secret Gardens, Spasm Design • Chapter Two: Remote Villas – Belavali House, Studio Mumbai; Wood House, Matra Architects; Flying House, Romi Khosla Design Studios; House Cast in Liquid Stone, Spasm Design; Retreat in Sahyadris, Khosla Associates; Tala Treehouse Villa, Architecture Brio • Chapter Three: New Settlements – Broacha House, Samira Rathod Design Associates; Villa in the Palms, Abraham John Architects; House on a Stream, Architecture Brio; Shadow House, Samira Rathod Design Associates; House at Alibag, Malik Architecture; Lagoon Residence, Malik Architecture; House of Three Streams, Malik Architecture • Chapter Four: Improvisation – House of Balls, Matharoo Associates; Fissured Living, Matharoo Associates; Stripped Mobius, Matharoo Associates; Moving Landscapes, Matharoo Associates • Architects’ biographies • Project credits • Directory
About the Author
Rob Gregory is senior campus architect at the University of Bristol and
Lecturer at the University of Bath. He was previously senior editor of
Architectural Review magazine and programme manager at The Architecture
Centre. He has worked as a consultant critic and curator for RIBA, the
Royal Academy and the British Council.
Edmund Sumner is a London-based architectural photographer, who has
collaborated with leading architects from around the world since 1998. He has
served as guest editor for both Wallpaper and Architectural Review magazines
for their respective India issues, and focuses particularly on the work of
emerging young architects in Japan, India and Mexico. Notable clients include
Tadao Ando, RSHP and John McAslan + Partners.