A HOME BY THE PARK ” Our client, a nature -loving business family, was approached us to design their dream house on a East Facing Linear Plot of size 40ft x 110ft. The site faces the Park on East (front side) with a approach road and on West side (rear) road that is 3ft higher than the front road.
Project Name: A HOME BY THE PARK
Architecture Firm: 4site architect
Firm Location: Bangalore
Completion Year: 2019
Gross Built Area: 7050 sq.ft
Project location: Hubballi, Karnataka, India
Lead Architects: Ar. Chandrakant S. Kanthigavi
Photo credits: Petrichor Image Labs
Nature friendly, Vaastu compliant 5 BHK residence keeping their privacy.
Challenge: To create Spaces over Linear site keeping the infinite views of the Park with uncompromised Privacy from Park and Neighbors.
A Home by the Park – A seamless connection of interior & exterior of the home to the Park.
A series of 3 Gardens, Front Garden, Central Rain Court, and Rear Private Garden of the house creates an infinite visual extension to the park.
The Front Garden, 20ftX30ft in size, invokes the sense of serene and calmness when you enter the house. Front garden and the Park, that seamlessly camouflaged. With the raised Garden, the public and the private spaces are separated, yet they are connected visually.
The Rain Court, in Centre of the House, is a double height Lung space, serene light well for family and it connects all Living/Common spaces at all levels. The open to sky Central Rain Court brings in diffused light from the double height enclosure creates the micro climate that brings the essence of a home. The Court changes with seasons, with its variety of flowering plants and shrubs. The water body and water sheet fall fountains with Fresh water Aquarium is a visual treat. The tree at the Rain court binds the space with spatial volumes. The external security envelop ensures that the internal Rain court’s windows are Grill free.
Rear Private Garden
All the Bedrooms are Private and open to outdoor garden or view to Park. The Parents Master Bedroom opens to the Rear garden on SW as per Vaastu.