The Puja room being designed to give a traditional ambience makes a unique identity from rest of the house that gives a contemporary feel.
Being a carved out space between two rooms it acts as a central core double height space, which illuminates the house with light and ventilation
Though being an open space the planter boxes and the raised granite platform defines the boundary between the lounge and the Puja.
The Puja is not only a visual retreat, but also provides a sense of respect to every user. The use of Karaikudi columns and the wooden rafters depict the traditional culture in the houses of Tamil Nadu. The leaf pattern carved in natural stone reminds us of the stone carvings done in the traditional south Indian temples. The Italian Marble used relates the Puja to the rest of the contemporary house.
Project: Yuvaraj Residence, Tirupur, Tamil Nadu
Architect: Ar. Prasanna Parvatikar, Cubism Architects & Interiors, Tirupur
Materials: Teak wood, Shera grey and jet black Granite, Plywood with Veneer, Duco finish and Italian marble
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