4 Bedroom 2747 Sqft Modern Contemporary Home with Free Plan

 4 Bedroom Home with Free Plan


Area - 2747 Sqft
Sit Out
Living Area
Office / Library
work Area
4 Bedroom

Contemporary Residence Meghamalhar is a bespoke residential project crafted to meet the requirements and preferences of our discerning client. This residence fulfills the functional needs of a modern home but also places a significant emphasis on the exterior facade, creating a seamless blend of functionality and aesthetic appeal.

In a strategic fusion of traditional charm and contemporary functionality, Megamalhar residence introduces the Kilivathil Bay Window as a distinctive architectural element. It serves as a focal point, drawing the eye upward and enhancing the overall verticality of the living room. Incorporating the “Kilivathil” Bay Window into the residence adds a touch of cultural significance and architectural uniqueness to the project.

A carefully curated material palette of glass, steel, brick, laterite and concrete contributes to the modern and timeless aesthetic of Megamalhar residence.
The exterior design extends beyond the built structure, with meticulously landscaped surroundings that complement the architectural vision. Outdoor spaces are thoughtfully integrated, providing residents with a serene and inviting environment.

Designer Details

Firm Name: T Square Architects
Lead Architect/Principal Architect: Ar. Sarath Mohan and Ar. Swaroop Abraham
Designed Team: Ar. Jithu Isaac, Ar. Sreya Mohan, Ar. Aswathy Rajeev, Ar. Joseph Cyriac Joe Mattam, Ar. Samyuktha M

2nd Floor, Kasim Building, PT Usha Road, 4th Gate,Vellayil, Kozhikode (Calicut), India, Kerala

Mob - 094951 91590

Email - tsquarearchitectsclt@gmail.com

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