Nurtured from the initial site visit, Kadha unfurls as a visionary design, seamlessly weaving into the natural contours of the land. The elongated backyard, discovered during this exploration, transformed into a canvas for an architectural saga. By strategically placing courtyards flanking connecting bridges and adjacent blocks, a distinctive form emerged, preserving an uninterrupted vista. Our commitment to open planning not only captures a panoramic view but orchestrates a dynamic interplay of volumes, light, and shadows.
Kadha adapts itself to natural contours around and peace within | Humanscale Design Studio
Mindful of coastal challenges, materials were meticulously chosen for durability, blending seamlessly with the surroundings.
Kadha takes pride in eschewing mimicry; instead, original materials are thoughtfully incorporated, allowing the innate beauty of each element to shine.
The architecture refrains from imitation, celebrating the authenticity of every material used.
Kadha epitomizes a living narrative where design and nature entwine into a captivating story, waiting to be explored.
This narrative extends beyond the visual, embracing the tactile and experiential aspects, ensuring each resident is immersed in an environment that articulates the language of comfort, sustainability, and timeless elegance.
Each step within it is a journey, each moment a testament to the thoughtful fusion of architecture and nature.
Designed by: Humanscale Design Studio
Project Type: Residential Architecture Design
Project Name: Kadha
Location: Puthenthope, Kerala
Year Built: April, 2023
Built-up Area: 2260 Sq.ft
Project cost: 75 Lakhs
Principle Architect: Ar. Harilal
Team Design Credits: Ar. Anand SK & Ar. Karthik AS
Clients: Stefy and Rajeev
Manufacturers: Kohler, Trojan, Apco Infraprojects, Hettich, Haffle, Godrej, SaintGobain, Ultratech, Jotun, Schneider, Fenesta, Johnson
Firm’s Instagram Link: Humanscale Design Studio
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