By Anagram Architects. This is an office building for the South Asian Human Rights Documentation Center, a non-governmental rights organization in New Dehli.

“The office for SAHRDC was designed on a 50sqm corner plot.

Single consolidated volumes were created on each floor, and flexibly partitioned.

Each volume is serviced by a buffer bay which shields internal work spaces and is composed of a cantilevered staircase and toilet stack. The porosity of the external wall ensures that this bay is well ventilated. A single repeating brick module creates a visually complex pattern reminiscent of traditional South Asian brise-soleil.

It was crucial for the façade to converse with the bustle on the street, whilst being fortified. The porosity of the wall, thus, maintains a degree of privacy while playfully engaging with the street corner.”

2 Responses to

  1. Anonymous says:

    Beautiful. Really does make me smile. Looked through the website, much enjoyed.

    Thank you.

  2. Anonymous says:

    at first quick look, I thought this was some kind of building, similar to above….
    it is much more amazing….

    Chand Baori Step Well in Rajasthan, India

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