Chuzhi 是一个建在通常被认为“不适合”建设的奇怪地点的住宅。它坐落在一个名为 Sanctity Ferme 的封闭式社区内，该社区位于风景如画的Sholagiri位置，社区外围有一些没有任何功能的模糊地块，其特点是陡峭的岩石地形、巨大的树木和茂密的植被，使人们不愿建造那里的房屋因为可建面积似乎更少。
Chuzhi is a project that helps to understand what can be built in odd sites that are generally deemed ‘unsuitable’ for construction. Situated in a gated community called Sanctity Ferme in a picturesque location called Shoolagiri, the owner was in a fix as there were unwanted obscure plots at the periphery of the community characterized by steep rocky topography , huge trees and thick vegetation making people reluctant to make homes there as the buildable area seemed less.
In current times when people are obsessed with achieving beautiful scenic views from their homes and least concerned with how their houses end up looking like unnatural eyesores in virgin beautiful landscapes, our concept of Camouflage architecture, where we want the buildings to stay hidden and merge seamlessly with the existing topography seems apt.
Chuzhi 在马拉雅拉姆语中的意思是“漩涡”，是预制浇筑的碎片堆砌成屋顶的漩涡造型，由 4000 个废弃塑料瓶制成，由围绕现场的三棵大罗望子树设计。这个想法是建造一个起源于岩床的地下住宅，在树周围形成多个漩涡并相邻，为居民在下面创造一个安全的私人空间，并在上面的树木周围创造一个空间，以确保茂密的植被和生态系统得以延续不受干扰地茁壮成长。
Chuzhi as the meaning suggests in Malayalam, ”whirlpool” are swirls of precast poured debris earth composite bottle beams, fashioned from 4000 discarded plastic bottles designed around the three large Tamarind trees on site. The idea was to make a subterranean home that would originate from the rock bed, forming multiple whirls around the tree and adjoining to create a secure private space below for the residents and a space around the trees above that ensures that the thick vegetation and ecosystem continues to thrive undisturbed.
The swirls of Chuzhi start as walls and spirals all the way up to form the roof. Perched in between the three trees, the house has been designed with a glass roof to give you the feeling of living underneath the canopy of trees. Although the house has no elevation, it properly defines the public space from the private space with the roof doubling up as a seating area around the tree.
The idea was to allow the natural ecosystem of trees and the surroundings to be retained as it is above the house, without compromising on the comfort of the inhabitants. Chuzhi is a two-bedroom residence designed with an open layout and minimalistic interiors and has floors that have been made of reclaimed wood that has been pieced together. But the surprising fact is that the building manages to tuck itself away into the landscape like a snake curling up under a rock on a hot day.
首席建筑师：VINU DANIEL、NEERAJ S.MURALI、RAJESH KHANNA
Project Name: CHUZHI
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Completion Year: 2022
Gross Built Area (m2/ ft2): 2122 ft2
Project Location: SHOOLAGIRI, TAMIL NADU
Program / Use / Building Function: RESIDENCE
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