Residence for Dr.Gopu & Dr.Shanthi at Chennai by Murali Architects

Residence for Dr.Gopu & Dr.Shanthi, at Chennai, by Murali Architects

Dr.Shanthi wanted to live in a peaceful and quiet place in the busy, crowded and environmentally abused industrial town , Tirupur, near Coimbatore in TamilNadu. She along with her sister chosen two properties in a gated community for middle income group. - Murali Architects
Residence for Dr.Gopu & Dr.Shanthi at Chennai by Murali Architects

Residence for Dr.Gopu & Dr.Shanthi at Chennai by Murali Architects

Dr.Shanthi wanted to live in a peaceful and quiet place in the busy, crowded and environmentally abused industrial town , Tirupur, near Coimbatore in TamilNadu. She along with her sister chosen two properties in a gated community for middle income group. She wanted a house which will take care of her family needs and accommodate her parents and in laws when they become very aged.

This multi courtyard will cater to Shanthi Gopu, Dr.Gopu and their teen aged son. It has two bed rooms at the ground level for the elderly people and two bed rooms for the younger gen. Puja is placed in the courtyard to have a unique experience every day. Courts are provided at the first floor level too. it is nearing completion. the landscape and finishing works being done. Status: Built Location: Tiruppur, IN My Role: Chief Architect

Project Facts
Project Name: Residence for Dr. Gopu and Dr. Shanti
Location: Chennai
Project Status: Completed
Name of firm: Murali Architects
Category: Small Residential Building

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