The Wall House by Dipen Gada & Associates

The Wall House by Dipen Gada & Associates

Architects: Dipen Gada & Associates
Location: Baruch, Gujarat, India
Area: 5,500 sqft
Photo courtesy: Tejas Shah

The divider house, arranged in Baruch, a city in the condition of Gujarat, is conceptualized as an inside design venture, where there is no reasonable refinement where the structural work closes and the inside work starts. Thus both food off one another and supplement each other in a way that superfluous and shallow medications are kept away from.


Because of the thinness of the plot, the divider house was conceptualized as a directly arranged structure somewhat separated by a 34 feet high divider that additionally shapes the primary outside façade of the house and is its fundamental central component The Wall. This divider is clad with crude, unfinished kota, a stone indigenous to the Rajasthan district. The play of daylight on this uneven surface makes fascinating examples of light. This divider goes through a significant part of the inside spaces and impacts the character of these spaces.


Idea: The divider house

The structure is cut up by a divider that physically separates space and also impacting the character of the inside spaces.


As we enter, a little anteroom space is outlined by 20 round cut outs in the divider and is treated with blue hued glass. On one side a staircase keeps running along the kota divider and paves the way to the upper floor. The chunk over the staircase has a removed. Light surges in from this cut out, and makes a fascinating syography on the divider because of the shadows made by the pergolas.


The family room is negligibly treated. The solid chunk has been kept uncovered and one of the dividers has been treated with basic smooth mortar which has been left crude and unfinished. Light washes this divider from a pelmet completed with a concrete board that converges with the mortar. The living territory has a quieting, peaceful feel particularly with the light wafting through the sheer fabric draperies that cover the French entryway that opens out into the yards of the greenery enclosure.


The eating zone is set once again from the living territory. Here opening like windows on the south divider are calculated at forty five degrees. This permits light and the overall south-west breezes to enter the inside space while keeping out the direct beams of the sun. The eating zone over watches an open air sit-out that appears to significantly glide over a water body. The entry between the living and eating ranges opens out onto this sit-out through an expansive French entryway. These coated entryways take into account a dialog between the inside and outside space.


The move from open to private spaces is checked by an adjustment in the deck. The white mirror cleaned Italian marble found in the lobby, living and eating zones offers path to a natural, mirror cleaned kota stone. Physically additionally these spaces are divided by the kota divider. On the opposite side of the Kota divider, neighboring the eating space is a home theater space which serves as a more casual living space which is utilized for the most part by the family as a space to loosen up. Here likewise the solid section has been kept uncovered. This compliments the kota clad divider. One of the dividers has a work of art that is a wall painting of a foot shaped impression.


In India love is an essential part of one’s day. An extraordinary region for supplication to God, or “pooja” is simply off the home theater space. Here the background to the stage where the symbol is put is clad with scoured white marble.


Beside the pooja room is an inside patio. In spite of the fact that this region has visual network with the pooja zone it is somewhat segregated from it. A uniquely crafted swing hangs in this space. This secured, interior patio further accentuates the dialog between within and external zones.


The rooms are found with the goal that they get expansive private spaces. On the first floor the more youthful child’s room opens out onto a private porch greenery enclosure disregarding the kota divider and the patio nursery. The rooms are done in hotter tones. Here wooden floors and roofs have been use to add warmth and profundity to the space.


Consideration has been taken to make this house all the more naturally inviting. Openings have been set to augment the inflow of breezes, while decreasing direct daylight. Minimal fluorescent lights have been utilized as a part of a large portion of the spaces to diminish vitality utilization and green appraised cooling frameworks have been utilized.



In the outlining of this house there was no unmistakable building stage and inside stage. This is the motivation behind why the inside work flawlessly converges with the construction modeling and both have very nearly an advantageous association with one another. This was the fundamental point of the configuration to maintain a strategic distance from superfluous and superficial embellishment.

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