A saying says “don’t judge a book by its cover!” It is perfect to address to this one house. It is Sheela Jain Residence located in Mysore, Karnataka, India. The house is completed by Architecture Paradigm with a surprising design. The exterior of the house is simple and has no much appealing. But when you see the interior you will be surprised by the gorgeous.
The exterior of the house uses concrete and brick facade in simple design. The only appealing look of the house is the perforated brick on the front look of the house. The perforated brick functions as the ventilation for the house. When night comes and the lighting system on the house is turned on, the exterior looks more interesting by this perforated brick that continue the light form the inside to the outside of the house. It is like the perforated brick shine beautifully on its own.
Going inside through a double wooden door you can find the living room with modern sofa, armchair, and interesting wooden table. High ceiling gives a larger feel to the living room. Wide windows glass and wide door opens up the room to the outside view and lets natural light to illuminate the interior. Perforated wooden ceiling also decorates the house and bright some fresh air and natural lighting. The dining room and the bedroom are another gorgeous side of the house. We almost lost words to describe them. You can still enjoy the gorgeous on the photos below. Then don’t forget to let us know what you think on the comment!
- stunning residence design with brown exterior wall also great architecture ideas: http://www.archdaily.com/433061/pete-mane-architecture-paradigm