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The Gully Home / ED+ Architecture

Located on the end of a quiet, residential street in Chennai, overlooking the ocean - the project site called out for a house that opened and offered itself to the surroundings but also swaddled in its layers of privacy and barriers shielding itself from the open environment it is placed in. The design brief was very simple hence making it much more challenging ? a gift from a father for his daughter who was getting married, and the house would be the starting point of her new journey. The 39?x93? linear plot had its larger side facing the ocean front with a beautiful view of the Bay of Bengal. Like every beachfront property, a default requirement was to ensure that every part of the house had a view of the ocean.
Sreenag BRS

architects: ED+ ArchitectureLocation: Chennai, Tamil Nadu, IndiaProject Year: 2022Photographs: Sreenag BRSArea: 6275.0 ft2
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