Natural decorative design in triangular geometry introduced to break monotony of linear passage

The home is divided into two parts and has a linear passage connecting it. The aim was to break the monotony of the linear passage.

Context- The home is divided into two parts and has a linear passage connecting it. The aim was to break the monotony of the linear passage.

Design- For that a projected panel made up of veneer was introduced. The projected panel adds a sense of liveliness to the space. The main idea of the panel design is to use triangular geometry and surfaces, so as to make a 2D into a wave-like patterned 3D. The subtle warm lighting adds delightfullness to the wave pattern. To enhance the Culmination point of the passage, a statue of the Lord Nataraj is placed at the end of the main passage. The background of the statue was made with a strong geometrical grid of Natural Rough Granite stone with Circular patterns etched on it.

Materials- Matte finish Veneer panel with LED strip lighting at the back.

Wall - Natural Rough Granite Stone.

Project - Residence, Tirupur, TamilNadu
Client- Mr. Velusamy
Architect- Prasanna Parvatikar
Firm- CUBISM, Tirupur, Kerala


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