The edge was an exploration of an expressive house. The project was intended to be expressive in a society, which celebrates excess. The client wanted to mark his presence in his native place after a long absence. A built form visible in scale and architectural style. Here the idea of a house and its scale was tampered with. the society's perception of house and its form was reworked.
The massing consisted of three blocks, the private space housed in the tallest tower facing the road and the beautiful tree clad horizon (only at first and second floors). The central transparent connection block which houses the stairs and the corridors connecting the family and private spaces. The block is completely covered with open able glass windows on one said and louvers on the other, which would act as a visual and ventilation connector between the interiors and exteriors. The third blockhouses the family space facing the back garden, buffered from the outer traffic space by the porch. The top part houses a home theatre and family living overlooking the living space from above by its double height connections. There is a roof top party space on the top with a performance wall and a tree clad horizon backing. The programmes were stacked along the two sides of the vertical connection corridor, with family spaces on one side and private spaces on the other