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Sengal House / Play/ Saketh Singh

Sengal House is an eight key boutique hotel located in a potter?s village near Auroville. The brutalist form of the building stands out in the context, with a conscious design decision to build in local and visually familiar materials. Thus the name ?Sengal? was derived from the local language-Tamil, which stands for bricks.
© Nancy Peter, Jaya Sriram

architects: Play/ Saketh SinghLocation: Puducherry, IndiaProject Year: 2019Photographs: Nancy Peter, Jaya SriramArea: 484.0 m2
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