These Villas are the Second Addition to a Communal Landscape Design

 - Jun 27, 2016
References: home-of-penda & archdaily
This large complex in Hyderabad, India features stacked villas that come together to form a lush building.

Designed as part of their communal space, which was inspired by Indian stepwells and water mazes, these stacked villas have more square feet of space than the average home -- ranging from 2,600 to 4,000 square feet. The most interesting part of this building is not the size of its villas but its large and extremely lush balconies. The abundance of trees and plants on the balconies not only provide residents with their own personal "tropical escape," but have a lovely effect on the building's overall look.

This building's white color contrasted with thousands of plants will make it a remarkable piece of architecture on the Hyderabad skyline.