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A full scale mock-up was completed in collaboration with Nomadic Resorts, Netharlands, and ZSP architects, Bangalore.
As per Nomadic resorts - The Cove development project is envisaged to deliver a high end ecologically sustainable eco retreat experience.
The ambition is to use low impact natural materials in a sustainable tented design, utilizing local craftsmanship, renewable energy implementation, world class eco tourism operational procedures and the operational talent to bring out the setting for soul nourishing experiential vacations.
Yelagiri is a quaint little town on Yelagiri hills, Tamil Nadu.
A weekend home for our client, this Yelagiri Bamboo Log cabin was made with materials from the site and bamboo from a near by farm, with an exception of a few bags of cement and kiln-fired bricks that was brought in.
An ongoing project at a mango farm in Denakanikottai, TamilNadu, in collaboration with Jaism Fountainhead Architects, the farm house is being built with bamboo frame supported on boulders as foundation.
Kiln-fired bricks for the walls and the roof treatment is with 5 inch thick ferrous-cement.
A project for Earthenwellness Spa in Bangalore, India.
A multi-purpose terrace hall for yoga, meditation, meetings and functions, the hall is supported on existing concrete pillars extensions on the terrace.
Roofing treated with stocksii bamboo panels to let the sun enter to creating some beautiful patterns on the red-oxide flooring.
A turnkey solution for a restaurant at an eco-retreat in Morjim, Goa for Jubliant Hospitality.
Outer edge bamboo columns and truss composed of straight and curved bamboo components to avoid a central pillar that gives an opportunity to incorporate a beautiful central skylight.
The birth place of our brand, this is our home - the home to our artisans, crafts, innovations, training, assembly, production, and our first research experiment and study on Eco-friendly construction.
This studio was built with our own hands, our sweat and things that are found in nature - Mud, straw, bamboo, jaggery, cow dung, kadukekai, and coconut fiber.
A Simple little terrace cafe for Guru and Jana Chartered Accountancy firm in Bangalore, India. Soffit of Bamboo mats helps to keep the place cool in harsh summers.
A simple Cow Shed for an ashram in Bangalore that houses rescued or ill-stricken cows. The flooring has been done using bamboo reinforced concrete.
A bamboo structure completed for Bamboo Research Training Center at Chandrapur, Maharshtra, India
An earth and bamboo terrace sit-out to enjoy your cup of favorite beverage :)