Location: Osmania University area, Hyderabad
Built-up area: 3,750 sq.ft., expandable to 4,500 sq.ft.
The home replaced an old load bearing structure built in the year 1983 on a 2,400 sq.ft., lot of land. The built-up area of 3,750 sq.ft., clearly exhibits meticulous choice of natural stone, the finest Teak wood in the world logged and milled to sizes from the forests of Maharashtra State, Marble and Granite from Rajasthan State and modern fixtures and fittings in the bathrooms with the finest Ceramic tiles. Belonging to the Principal Architect of Magal Associates and his wife (a Civil Structural Engineer trained in the U.S.) the teams at Magal Associates were under pressure to perform and demonstrate the accuracy of Anthroprometric data. The home took nearly 1.5 years to complete due to detailed efforts to have the finest of building materials sourced from different parts of India.