Houses In Asia Are Changing With Radical Designs | Remarkable Living

OUTSIDE THE BOX
A nine-metre high structure with intersecting bamboo poles arches over the gymnasium of Green School Bali. Elora Hardy, the architect behind this award-winning structure, is on a mission to show how sustainable architecture can be achieved through the use of bamboo and advances in technologies.

‘UNBOXING’ AN UNCONVENTIONAL JAPANESE HOME
This five-block Tokyo residence has been artfully designed around the terrain. From the carefully selected furniture and fixtures to the beautifully framed pockets of greenery, architect Hideki Ishii plays with light and shadow as well as spatial design to create surprising vignettes and cosy rooms.

PROUDLY ROOTED IN TRADITION
Sitting in the heart of New Delhi is interior designer Amrita Guha’s five-story duplex. Amrita is known for her contemporary approach to Indian design, reviving and preserving Indian traditions. Peppered around her house are exquisite art, sculptures, and furniture that tell a story of the country’s history.

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About the show: A showcase of stunning houses in Asia, the series not only reveals the design concept of the people who created these spaces, but also touch on how people live and make use of these residences.
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