House of Pavilions was built for three generations living under one roof. Designed by Architecture Paradigm, these pavilions were created according to the client’s brief – as a versatile collection of spaces that will grow together with the extended family, gathering memories and storing them amongst modern furniture items. Located in the nonconformist city of Bangalore, in India, this interesting residence flaunts its architecture in a gated community, where pollution-free environment and closeness to the city are luxuriously priced. Favorable climatic conditions allowed the architects to create a strong connection between the inside and the outside, with the help of large glazed walls, water features and sliding doors. The surrounding vegetation enhances the beauty of the property, don’t you think?