Jyoti Naoki Eri / Studio Eri

Architecture / Renovation

My aspiration for architectural practice is based on admiration of life.
In this regard my design comes from the inside out.
The shape of the building will be determined according to the life of people and their activities.
This process is something important I learned from making sculptures, letting the spirit guide to manifest a form.
Life and soul have to be felt from the shape of the building. The shape should not be an external imposition.
I believe this is where design becomes art and art meets design.
– JNE

Sri Aurobindo Ashram Furniture workshop showroom / Pondicherry / 2020 Ongoing

P’s terrace extension/renovation project, Auroville / 2020 Completed

Auroville Community Crematorium Project Proposal / 2020 Ongoing

Kitchen Renovation Project, Auroville / 2020 Completed

Pavilion of Silent Reflexion, Auroville Botanical Gardens / 2020 Ongoing

Basic concept and Design for Jing-Mai Tea Mountain Villa (294 sqmt), Yunnan, China / 2013 Completed
Basic concept and Design for Jing-Mai Tea Mountain Villa (400 sqmt), Yunnan, China / 2013 Completed

Garden Pavilion, Auroville / 2008
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