The beauty of independent homes is unique. Apartments can never replace the majestic and imposing look of multi-level standalone houses. The right combination of colours along with a generous number of windows, balconies and open spaces give such homes unmatched elegance. The independent homes featured here are from the portfolio of projects of the architects of Kreative House, Hyderabad. A charming aspect of the design of these homes is that they look homely and luxurious.
This elegant elevation for an independent home features a tall structure that looks magnificent. It is the result of a combination of elements. The first thing that one notices is the impact of the lights. The soft lighting all along the façade accentuates the beauty of the exterior. The balconies have been given a green look with planters lining the edges. A magnificent ‘tree of life’ feature adorns the front façade, creating a focal point and adding a grand look to the house.
Here, we see what the exteriors look like during the day. The combination of grey and white is elegant and also charming and rustic. The colours have been combined with stone cladding on some parts of the walls. A right balance of windows and doors, which have been finished in a darker colour wood, create a subtle contrast. The terrace area is stunning as it features a green area all along the glass safety railing.
Sometimes, the dimensions of the plot calls for designing a sleek and slim structure such as this one. The architects have used a neutral colour palette to accentuate the darker colours that have been used to create layers. The grey panel work on the wall is an artistic and aesthetic feature that elevates the look of the facade.
The best part about the façade is the beautiful addition of green plants in places. The bright green in the balcony provides a sharp contrast to the cream and grey tones. Similarly, the larger plants on the ground level act as a barricade along with the exterior walls. The off-white walls at the back and on a portion of the terrace complement the attractive yet straightforward structure.
The understated elegance of this home is hard to ignore. It warrants a second look and is stunning. The front corner, which is the most visible from the street, has an open design. The glass railing on the balcony on the first floor adds to the charm while the lovely climbers add a beautiful natural element.
The white and tan walls contrast the stone structure of this house. Stone cladding has been used in some parts of the exterior façade, giving the house a distinct personality. Once again, the architects have used landscaping to provide the home with a natural and green setting. The balcony on the top floor has an open design, presenting the perfect view.
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