The project is a 2-bedroom house in Tiruvannamalai, India that sits in a green campus of a 132/7wellness center, the main aim was to create a sustainable and harmonious living space that promotes a sense of peace and tranquility. The architecture takes inspiration from traditional Indian design principles and incorporate modern elements to create a unique blend of old and new. Its a symmetric plan along a center line that also aligns with the arunachalam hill.
One is welcomed by a traditional entrance doorway which leads to a small landscape court leading to a common area which has an open-plan with a small kitchenette, dining and lounge area. The two bedrooms are located on the both sides of the entrance, each with its own bathroom and bay window
The centerpiece of the design is the duplex circular meditation room, which is located at the end of this central axis. The meditation room has a brick dome roof with skylight placed in a way that the ground floor also receives some sun rays. First floor of the meditation hall is accessed through a suspended spiral starcase and also features a terrace that provides stunning views of the Arunachalam hill, making it an ideal space for contemplation,yoga and meditation.