ALLU ARJUN’S RESIDENCE
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2. Suitable for all architectural stylesA white colour palette is suitable for all architectural design styles, such as modern houses, traditional bungalows and mansions, beach houses and so on. In this example, an all-white exterior accentuates the building’s sleek modern look. Also, a reflective strip of glass looks dynamic as it reflects the changing colours of the surroundings throughout the day. Find an architect in the Houzz directory of professionals
28. long island. Hyderabad, IndiaDesigner: Aamir and Hameeda AssociatesRead more:14 Entryway Lighting Schemes That Extend a Warm WelcomeNeed Decor Ideas for Foyers? Here are 10 Fetching EntrywaysTell us:Which of these front paths is your favourite? Tell us in the Comments, like this story, save the images and join the conversation.
All white This actor’s home in Hyderabad is painted in stark white, which emphasises its futuristic vibe. The spartan uniformity of white is relieved by a sliver of glass window – dark and reflecting the colours of the trees and sky – and a vast expanse of manicured lawn – a bright, fresh green that perfectly balances the white. All three elements combine to look cool in a warm-weather city.Looking for ideas for exterior wall cladding?
Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here: Allu Arjun and his wife Sneha ReddyLocation: Hyderabad, IndiaSize: 8,000 square feet (743.2 square metres) home on a two acre plot (8093.7 square metre)Architectural designer: Aamir Sharma of Aamir & Hameeda AssociatesThat’s interesting: The rectangular box design of this holiday home.The site is located on the outskirts of Hyderabad, where strict building regulations come into play. “The plot is situated in a zone that allows only about 20 per cent of the land to be constructed. I thus wanted to create a structure that would stand out amidst all the open green farmland,” explains Sharma. A minimalist style and build offer a designer little room for errors as they can be easily exposed. Sharma says that the clean and simplistic nature of the design made this one of his most challenging projects. He says, “With this house there was no scope for cover-ups and hence I had to be sure of what I was doing before I even broke ground.”