A right blend of the ethnic and the traditional, the Jindal residence in the capital features simplicity in diversity
The design of the Jindal residence is an exercise in trying to provide personally identifiable living spaces for each family member - spanning three generations under one roof. There are individual spaces within the home, which retains the larger singular theme that would bind the whole atmosphere together. The home is housed on a single longitudinal floor-plate and is accessible through a staircase and an elevator on its longer side. The main entrance of the house opens into a foyer that provides access to the drawing room, and to a corridor that acts as the circulation spine.
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