The elements of Nature guide our design process, bringing life and vitality to both – the homes we build and the customers who live in them. Living in harmony with nature to live better lives.
The seamless blending of artificial and natural light is one of the key attributes of good design as it enhances the aesthetic appeal of the architecture.
Shadow, and the play of leaves on concrete or stone, creates an intersection between nature and the man made. It animates the building’s surface and becomes a form of decoration in its own right. The value of shadow in a building is significant as it both defines space and gives the eye a place to rest.
There is an increasing global focus on an old and elemental aspect of architecture – that buildings are designed with thermal comfort and well-being in mind, that they embrace fresh air, are warm in winter and cool in summer.
Experts on the architecture of wellness point to the quality of air indoors as a crucial factor in personal well-being. The value of shadow in a building is significant as it both defines space and gives the eye a place to rest.
Get away from the cacophony of the city and listen to the 'sounds of silence' instead. It is only broken by the birds chirping merrily and the breeze rustling through the trees.
The way in which a building is constructed defines its ability to insulate from unwanted noise.
Silence is a true pleasure: it imparts a sense of calm and peace and allows the sounds of nature to dominate those made by man.
While space denotes luxury not all spaces are created equal and quality of space is defined by how it makes you feel and how it functions, as much as by its square metres.
Great quality of life comes when the architectural emphasis is balanced between the exterior and the interior. The space needs to be considered holistically, and executed as one vision.