India’s growing economy bodes a similar trend in residential infrastructure, as shown by ABIBOO Achitecture’s recent development of the Thandalam Project within the country’s southern hemisphere. The project consists of seven hundred homes and studios which will house an array of families and university students.
The buildings will be constructed in blocks connected by a power line that is in the area. The architectural design of these buildings are boasting the use of alternative energies, and their aesthetic appeal is diverging as the homes vary in size. The difference in living space effects the lighting and shadows that these houses cast to the exterior of the building that have been calculated to reduce the complexes from succumbing to the harsh weather conditions that India is known for.
ABIBOO Architecture is driven towards industry-leading design and has definitely shown such aptitude in its careful analysis of an environmentally friendly, yet modernistic development of residency within India.
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