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MGS Architecture - - Residence -

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.

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