Garden of Paradise

The villa project in Bengaluru has been developed by KGA around an exceptionally well-planned central landscape, resulting in natural light and ventilation, yet privacy for each owner from neighbours. 

Architects: Karan Grover & Associates.
Category: Residential Villas.
Project Title: Raffles Park.
Location: White Field, Bangalore, Karnataka, India.
Month and Year of Completion: 2017.
Square Footage: 57,238 square meters.

Located on the eastern edge of Bangalore, in Whitefield, stand 64 4/5-BHK villas. The international collaboration of Karan Grover & Associates with WOW Architects from Singapore resulted in an architectural language of a blend between of South-East Asian architecture and Indian contemporary.
Every project has an idea and KGA’s idea was to enhance the quality of living for the users. And, in their attempt to accomplish this, KGA developed the villas around an exceptionally well-planned central landscaped area.

The central green scape was 35 per cent of the entire ground coverage, thus giving them an opportunity to push for more green development as compared to the civil work.
Each villa has been planned in such a way so as to provide maximum views towards the central ‘garden of paradise’, which in turn resulted in natural light and ventilation. Orientation of each villa results in privacy for each owner from neighbours.

Although, each villa is separated by a garden, the feeling of a larger common community is still maintained by the core of the project, being the landscape. The experience of community spaces has been further enhanced by meandering paths, water bodies, jogging and bicycle tracks.

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Pool Yard House, designed for an elderly couple and their visiting family and friends by Ar. Badrinath Kaleru and his team is a one-of-its-kind house that exudes comfort.

Project Name: Pool Yard House.
Location: Sec–7, Panchkula, Haryana, India.
Built up area: 496 Sq. Mt.
Completed in: 2017.
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