A Lofty Nest
Best Project of Private Residence
About the project
Designed on the idea of reliving the childhood fantasy of staying in a treehouse, the design was part of a competition by Volume Zero.
Built using wood, bamboo, and ferro cement, the structure mimics the nest of a weaver bird. the dense framework duplicates the elaborately woven nest. the skin of the structure resembles the texture of the skin of a snake. the characteristics derived both from the prey and the predator curate a certain dialect that showcases the harmonious union of nature’s duality.
The floor plan is a free-flowing layout that consists of three floor plates connected via bridges made in wood and bamboo.
The lowest level is the central deck that serves as a seating area and a view point for the surrounding landscape. It also serves as a node that connects to both the second and third level.
The second level hosts the semi-private zones like the kitchen, dining and living areas.
The third level includes the private areas like bedroom, bathroom along with swimming pool.
Project design year
Applicant and authors of the project
Architectural firm established in 2016 in Jaipur, India by four college friends Prateek, Mehul, Achintya and Akshay. These young and self driven individuals shared their zeal for architecture along with the desire to make a mark in the professional world.
Our strengths come from a collective assimilation of talent that possesses a unique level of exposure in hospitality, educational, and residential projects.