Client : Vijay Poddar Architecture, Landscape, Interiors: Parekh Collaborative Location : Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh Site Area : 1860 sqmt Structural Consultant : S&V Engineers, Surat Civil Contractor : Ayub Kha Stone Supplier : Raj Rocks, Jodhpur Furniture Contractor : Arjun Bhai Suthar, Bhawar Lal Suthar Horticulture : Palash Associates, Surat Irrigation : Jain Irrigation Lighting : XAL, Littoria Photography : Ar. Nachiket Gujjar the house and landscape being created using Mughal garden patterns. The stone hand cut Jalli created on site can be opened and closed for privacy and to keep the harsh sun out. The temperature change of a minimum 6 to 8 degrees could be found round the year. Various techniques like stack ventilation, double envelope to create insulation and natural protection of an existing tamarind tree worked very well for the architects to gain the temperature difference in interiors, which are non-air conditioned, with the green cover within and around the precinct providing a calm environment. Every element within and outside the house, including landscape patterns, is handcrafted on site with a focus on simplicity and function. A rainwater harvesting tank is being created.