Ananda redefines the notion of public and private space through a terrace that becomes the central axis. The project plays with the duality of spaces, dividing itself from the terrace, an architectural element that not only separates but also connects. The house unfolds volumetrically around this terrace, creating a continuous interplay between interiors and exteriors. This terrace serves as an interior space when required, offering a private area for reflection and contemplation. This experience undergoes a complete transformation when opened, extending itself towards the exterior.
The distinctive gabled roof becomes an integrating element of the architecture with respect to the site and climate.
Ananda is a testament to how architecture can challenge conventions and breathe life into a space that constantly evolves. It is a place where the boundaries between public and private blur, where the terrace becomes a point of connection.