The Perfect Living, Jui Patil, JR Architects

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The Perfect Living, Jui Patil, JR Architects

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Ar. Jui Patil, Jui Patil Architects
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A House is made of Bricks and Beams, a Home is made of Hopes and Dreams. An average time spent by a person in his house is more than half of his lifetime. So isn’t it a subject of highest importance of how an ideal house should be? In crowded cities, buildings are constructed very close to each other. In redevelopment projects, there is absolutely no scope to even project the chajjas out. The buildings are usually high rise.

The lower floors of such buildings are devoid of natural lighting. In such cases, the planning shall be made in such a manner that atleast these lower floors get bigger openings and balconies/decks to ensure sufficient ventilation. The upper floors do not face such problems. 

Kalpataru project in Bhandup is very carefully planned. It consists of 2 towers placed at a sufficient distance from each other with ample of green space.

The light and ventilation circulation contributes towards the health of the user. A sufficiently ventilated house ensures good intake of fresh air. With rising demand for vastu and such other sciences, the direction of a house is also of utmost importance.

With the Green awareness and strict building norms, builders are coming up with projects full of green amenities like gardens. One of such projects is the Prestige Residency in Thane. The builder has carefully planned green pockets and has not wasted even the smallest triangle. Architects planing buildings which do not have adequate garden space shall ensure that small pockets of plants are made near the entrance lobbies or on the terraces/ refuge floors. The users can further plant trees in their balconies to prevent the polluted air from entering the house.

There have been lot of researches conducted in Japan, US that spending time with nature boosts the productivity of a person. Offices are made green to boost the productivity of the staff.  Similarly, for a person, who spends most of the time inside the house, are mandatory. These factors shall not be overlooked.