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Venkatesan House

2006

A facade that displays a palette composed of rubble stone masonry, brick-lined arched lintels, and sloping tiled roof, Venkatesan House is an amalgamation of elements that unfolds the many virtues of our approach to a natural material palette. The jaali patterns were designed to prompt natural ventilation and lighting into the spaces in an effective manner. Indigenous species of flora were planted on-site to restore the great value that it holds to the surroundings. The varied tonalities of brick and stone foster an earthy canvas that fades into the greenery around.