Conventionally Dual House by VPA Architects


The Dual House was completed by VPA Architects in 2012 for two brothers living in Ahmedabad, India. The houses were designed to have similar appearance but each one with a special something even though they occupy the same lot.

Because the budget wasn’t very high, the architects had to adapt without compromising the design by using the exposed RCC treatment on the plastered surface in order to get a better quality of work.

The same exterior architectural language was used for both houses meaning that the interior facades are a mix of white, exposed RCC and exposed brick work.

The common spaces look grand thanks to the double height spaces that also help to maintain the visual connection between both the floors perfectly.

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