Mobius by Architecture Continuous is a spectacular piece of design. The architects in Bangalore have created a unique structure that is mindful of the trees around the residential plot. The inside and the outside have beautiful landscaping, which makes this a fantastic home that is also green and eco-friendly.
The first view of this home is quite impressive. The unique elevation shape, the entire expanse of windows and the abundance of plants are beautiful.
This home is fitted with skylights to allow the natural light to come in. The double height courtyard makes this the perfect spot for morning tea or coffee.
The designers have ensured that the surrounding flora is not harmed during construction. They created a design that would make sure that the home retained its natural elements.
The open spaces inside the home make it look huge. The lack of partitions and walls contributes to that as well.
The living area is incredibly spacious. There is so much room for movement. This seating area contains a spectacular wooden set of shelves along with modern design armchairs.
A glance at the ceiling above shows us the number of glass panes that have been installed in order to make the home brighter. The sunlight filtering right into the house is warm and nice.
The open layout is beautiful, and it incorporates every single space while creating one whole space that doesn’t seem fragmented.
This is the front of the house that we see from outside. The designers have highlighted this glass pane by offering a seating area that is separate for the living room. The armchair in the corner is a space where you can sit for hours!
The bedroom in the house is decorated beautifully. The design focuses on being clean and minimalistic. The whole house, in fact, adheres to being clean, minimalistic as well as eco-friendly.
Beyond the room is this TV room with a large screen TV, leather armchairs, and a veranda with tables, chairs and a unique swing.
This is the veranda. It looks stunning, with the simple concrete layout and the planters on the side. From here, we see that the veranda is actually inside the house and the balcony from the second floor is visible. This brightness is due to the giant sunroof.
The chairs and table are made of polished wood. The flooring is marble and there is also a beautiful separator that acts as storage too.
The whole concept of this home is to go green, which they have accomplished with some incredible indoor landscaping. Each room has a view of the garden outside.
The view into the indoor veranda form the second floor balcony makes it seem like we are standing in some exotic location. The swing, combined with the beautiful plants on the periphery makes this home perfect.