Unbuilt Project – Blueberry House at Mangalore, by GDKDesigns – Girish Dariyav Karnawat

Blueberry House at Mangalore by GDKDesigns: The project called for a design of a private residence located on Blueberry hills in Mangalore. It was for a joint family comprising of mother, two sons with their respective families. An additional housing was required for staff of 20 people and parking for 10 cars. Strict adherence to vastu was a requirement. The scope of work was limited to preliminary design and to furnish a set of working drawings. The time taken to complete was 6 months only.

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Blueberry House - Girish Dariyav Karnavat

Name of the clients: Siddarth Jain, Rahul Jain
Location: Blueberry Hills, Mangalore
Built up area: 30,000 sqft
Site area: 2 AcresBlueberry - Girish Dariyav KarnavatBlueberry House at Mangalore by GDKDesigns

The project called for a design of a private residence located on Blueberry hills in Mangalore. It was for a joint family comprising of mother, two sons with their respective families. An additional housing was required for staff of 20 people and parking for 10 cars. Strict adherence to vastu was a requirement. The scope of work was limited to preliminary design and to furnish a set of working drawings. The time taken to complete was 6 months only.

Drawings:

Team:

Principal Architect: Girish Dariyav Karnawat
Associate Architect: XPDS ARCHITECTS, Ahmedabad
Project team: Girish Dariyav Karnawat
Sukhmani Brar, Puneet Mehrotra, Darshan Saraiya & Siddhartha Singh
Prakrithi R, Ritu singh, Siddarth tandur

Primary Consultant: Collin Pinto
Structural Consultant: Sukumar Parikh
Important materials used: Form finish RCC and load bearing concrete blocks

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