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Bangalore, Karnataka, India-560085 |Practicing since: Jan. 1, 2000
Mr.Ram's residence, Residential-Single family dwelling
A 5 bedroom villa set amidst nature. This is a eco-friendly sustainable Green building designed to blend in the nature.It is designed to be inside out planned around a central courtyard with sloping stepped roofs using Hourdi blocks, filler slab, Light weight cement blocks, filler slabs.
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Vernacular, Ecofriendly structure with slopingroofs
A elegant eco-friendly structure with sloping roofs, with open verandahs, wooden columns, courtyard. Green and sustainable building
Green sustainable Pathway to the residence
Natural paving to the residence covered with green vegetation
Open central courtyard, filler slab,Traditional Thotti Mane
The central courtyard with skylight, wooden pillars, Stone column,filler slab using terracotta pots. A green sustainable roof keeping the interiors cooler.
Traditional, vernacular sloping roofs with mangalore tiles
The sloping roof at varied heights. Filler slab with mangalore tiles on top. A green sustainable structure.
central court with wooden columns and stone pillar
Central traditional courtyard with wooden columns, stone pillar and stone base
view of the open planning
filler slab, green roof, well ventillatedcourtyard
verandahs with Mangalore tiled roof and filler slab
Entrance vaerandah with pots used for filler slab and mangalore tiled roof.
Traditional,vernacular Mangalore tiled Sloped roof elevation.
Structure blending with the nature , blending with the surroundings making it as an element of nature.
Traditional Front entrance door with stone frames
Traditonal front entrance Main door with stone frames
Vernacular, taditional verandah flanked by wooden columns
Green verandah space with traditional sloped mangalore tiled roof, wooden column, stone ledges. Green sustainable, eco-friendly structure.
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Green, eco-friendly, vernacular verandah
Exterior with varied sloping roofs of mangalore tiles.
Central monolithic stone pillar with bird
Central Monolithic stone with a bird in stone as supporting column and also as an element of court
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