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A Mild Curry: Faintly Sustainable Design in India

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The Green House is an unassumingly sustainable home in the Indian city of Ahmedabad, in Gujarat, by Hiren Patel Architects.

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The house features open air ventilation and screened exteriors for a mildly green flavor.

An outdoor room creates a sacred space that gives the sense of a little distance from the neighbours.

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The tranquil gaze of the Buddha moderates appetites from the head of the table in the indoor/outdoor dining room.

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A certain sweetness marks the typically Indian design.

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The design interprets contemporary and clean modern lines – but with a traditionally Indian charm that recollects a quiet past.
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Bedrooms are places of serenity and rest.
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The house is designed for a large family to enjoy shared spaces and private places too.

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A series of indoor-outdoor loggias offers the promise of breezy outdoor evenings, scented by frangipani.

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The green features include the virtues of exterior shutters for screening the heat in tropical climates without air conditioning.

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