Home of Greens in India’s Bengaluru is outlined by its cascading foliage

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Within the suburbs of Bengaluru, India, Home of Greens is a non-public slice of serenity, tucked away behind falling vines and leafy shrubbery. The house is designed by 4site Architects, who centered on making a residence in contact with nature, visually and bodily, for his or her shoppers. 

(Picture credit score: Ar. Ekansh Goel, Studio Recall)

Bengaluru’s Home of Greens by 4site Architects

The structure agency, based mostly in Bengaluru, needed its work to replicate its dwelling city’s nickname, ‘Metropolis of Gardens’, a nod to its abundance of inexperienced area. Drawing inspiration from the encompassing gardens, parks and lakes, this house is a tranquil retreat with sustainable structure and greenery at its core (additionally proven in Bengaluru’s Particles Block Home by Collective Undertaking, which equally intertwines modern structure and flora).

Outside view of House of Greens, looking up at the levels of falling shrubbery

(Picture credit score: Ar. Ekansh Goel, Studio Recall)

A pocket of peace inside suburbia, Home of Greens welcomes you in with an idol of Krishna (the Hindu god of compassion, safety, and love) positioned within the foyer. The open-plan floor flooring lowers the barrier between indoor and outside dwelling (an strategy additionally seen in one other we lately explored, Chandigarh dwelling Residence 91, by Charged Voids).

The exterior of Bengaluru House of Greens showing several layers of the build

(Picture credit score: Ar. Ekansh Goel, Studio Recall)

A double-height dwelling space expands out into the backyard, whereas on the primary flooring, the principal bed room is accompanied by a separate backyard terrace. On the second flooring, there’s a additional bed room, a gymnasium and a terraced backyard. Inside every area there’s an abundance of lush flora pouring in from the surface, permitting the shoppers to attach with nature seamlessly.

Bengaluru House of Greens double-height living space

(Picture credit score: Ar. Ekansh Goel, Studio Recall)

The lead architect and founding father of 4site Architects, Chandrakant S Kanthigavi, needed to attract upon sustainable structure rules as a part of the design course of. These values are rooted firmly within the scheme’s foundations by providing a backyard expertise inside each area of the residence. Pure components have been integrated into the house with quite a lot of laterite stone cladding and pure granite.

Bengaluru House of Greens

(Picture credit score: Ar. Ekansh Goel, Studio Recall)

A staircase cascades throughout ranges, carving a pathway by means of completely different areas in the home. Timber door and window frames additional replicate the sustainable values shared by the architects and shoppers.

Bengaluru House of Greens

(Picture credit score: Ar. Ekansh Goel, Studio Recall)

The performance of the house has not been compromised, with massive folding home windows welcoming passive air flow. Power-efficient programs, together with pure lighting and rainwater harvesting, contribute to the house’s low environmental footprint. 

Primary bedroom with open French windows

(Picture credit score: Ar. Ekansh Goel, Studio Recall)

The inside detailing consists of a mixture of bespoke, built-in items, in addition to conventional outside furnishings, a playful swing seat, and an abundance of potted crops that provides to the tranquil environment.

Bengaluru House of Greens

(Picture credit score: Ar. Ekansh Goel, Studio Recall)

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