A structural skeleton envisioned as a family home along with an art studio was commissioned in its early construction phase.
The spatial design process has been predominantly guided by the visuals to the sea and conscious efforts to break from the existing structured grid.
Materially also, the choice of the additional structural and fenestration system is predominantly guided by the close proximity to the sea and its impact on the built. Dressed perforated granite form the facade and shading devices for the building. The internal aesthetics are inspired by the Golconda, hence are kept raw and simple.