Read more: amazingarchitecture.com/houses/tetris-house-in-greater-noida-india-by-chaukor-studio Chaukor Studio: An interconnected composition of Masses and Volumes - From Pieces to making Whole. The house derives its name from the video game of the 90s - Tetris and is designed as an interlocking composition of many smaller volumes. The house is situated in GreaterNoida and is built on a plot size of 200 square meters. Built on one of the middle plots of the row housing, the house shares both of its side walls with its neighbors leaving only the front side and rear side for light and ventilation. This being a major limitation, the overall volume of the house is broken into smaller parts and staggered to maximize the external surface area. This provided opportunities to create window openings and doors not just on front but also side faces of the house so that all interior spaces receive ample daylight and proper ventilation. This was further accentuated with a light shaft made right at the centre of the house that also sports a double heighted vertical green wall.