Architect Sanjay Mohe on Budigere House

The house at night; lush white walls radiate against a cloudy blue sky. Hidden lights dramatize the music-space, near the water body. This square pocket is used to display musical instruments and scores of trophies, won by the family. Visually stimulating streaks of light bring the architecture of this home to life. The corridors and rooms on the upper level look into the level below. The water-body is the highlight of interiors. The family spaces and most bedrooms get a view of the pool


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Sanjay Mohe

In architectural schools lot of emphasis is given only to designing. But professional practice has much more to do with than just designing a good building. The other ‘non-defining’ issues about site coordination and work coordination, convincing clients and coordinating with consultants are also equally important. Architectural education is also about teaching patience, and not compromising on certain principles. There has been a huge technological advancement, use of materials and construction techniques. These have to be reflected in the teaching as well. There is certainly a big gap between education and profession. More & Interview >>>

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