House Of Lines

House Of Lines


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Ar. Anshuk Punmia

From graduating with distinction from MEASI Academy of Architecture, Chennai (Anna University Rank 18), to honing his skills at Cadence and Chettinad Architects, Anshuk’s journey has been one of passion and precision. With an eye for the finest details, be it vendors, materials, or artisans, he founded House of Lines. Specializing in minimalist, high-end luxury spaces, Anshuk emphasizes natural materials and handcrafted details to create sustainable elegance.

Ar. Prachi Dantewadia

From her beginnings as an intern at Kembhavi Architecture Foundation to leading the charge at House Of Lines, Prachi Jain’s journey is fueled by research, innovation, and a deep sensitivity towards nature. Embracing challenges, staying ahead of trends, and designing timeless spaces define her path. Here’s to Prachi creating impactful architecture that resonates with the world.

Practice Ideology

We are a multi-disciplinary architecture practice. Our work spans varied typologies from residential and retail interiors to large-scale commercial assignments, spread across the length and breadth of India, highlighting the emergence of an architectural expression that is contemporary, yet rooted in a critical understanding of regionalism. We operate as a platform celebrated to investigate the rituals of inhabitation and how these daily moments can be celebrated through design, transforming the mundane into performative acts. Each brief is approached individually, creating a poetic concept for each client through research, site context, history, and lifestyle. Through the process of design, each project has a strong narrative and an element of whimsy and voyeurism, creating a unique spatial experience. Sustainability – “not just what we know about – but also to sustain those art forms and the talents of the artists – “karigar” and their “karigiri” in these difficult times, is a key part of our process. We’re constantly seeking out emerging talent, new projects, and collaborations.

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