We are mainly into

  • Row Houses.
  • Independent Bungalows
  • Compound Walls

Row Houses

Row houses come in the category of urban homes, which are located in the same area and are coherent with each other in architecture, design, and appearance. A residential row house is a style of housing in use since 17th century. These houses are identical or mirror images of each other and the adjacent houses share side walls. They are built in a straight row and generally such two rows are built in parallel to each other. Row houses can be of multiple stories. The first and last of these houses are called end terrace and they are usually larger than the houses in middle. These houses are also known as Terraced Homes or Town Houses in other parts of world.

Independent Bungalows

AThe word ?bungalow? comes from the Indian word bangla, which, in the 19th century, referred to houses built in the Bengal style. Bangla were thatched roof cottages that had low roofs and porches built around them. A bungalow style home as we know it was created when British colonial administrators adapted this classic style of Indian architecture to build their summer retreats, organizing all the typical rooms of a house on one floor around a central parlor. The bungalow style became popular in Europe as a form of resort lodging and made its way to America

Compound Walls