Kodaikanal house at Kodaikanal by Benny Kuriakose

A residence with a lake view, built of random rubble masonry left exposed in the exterior, and plastered and painted white in the interior. The timber finished door and window frames is a striking contrast to the walls. In the elevation, the little white windows and the and the sloping roof, one over the other, makes the residence more interesting. There is a timber deck in the first floor, overlooking the lake.

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Kodaikanal house at Kodaikanal by Benny Kuriakose

A residence with a lake view, built of random rubble masonry left exposed in the exterior, and plastered and painted white in the interior. The timber finished door and window frames is a striking contrast to the walls. In the elevation, the little white windows and the and the sloping roof, one over the other, makes the residence more interesting. There is a timber deck in the first floor, overlooking the lake.

Project Facts
Project Name: Kodaikanal house
Location: Kodaikanal
Name of firm: Benny Kuriakose
Category: Small Residential Building
Project Status: Completed
Project Period: 15 months
Submission Type: Professional Submission

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