“So here I stand before you preaching organic architecture: declaring organic architecture to be the modern ideal and the teaching so much needed if we are to see the whole of life, and to now serve the whole of life, holding no 'traditions' essential to the great tradition. Nor cherishing any Preconceived form fixing upon us either past, present or future, but—instead—exalting the simple laws of common sense—or of super-sense if you prefer—determining form by way of the nature of materials...”
Where the cosmetic beauty of our architecture and designs lies in the shape of our habitats. Here, the solution to every problem is contained with itself. The plan, form and character are determined by the nature of the site, the nature of materials used, the nature of systems using them, the nature of life and the purpose of our habitats itself. Equipped with maximum light and space, these living spaces giving you that balanced life that you deserve. A world of inconceivable magnificence with value for money accompanies you with an infinity pool, club house, an ecopond among several others. Go on, soak in the spirit of nature.
DOOR/WINDOW DESIGNED FOR OPTIMUM NATURAL LIGHTING
A balance between walls and windows with their calculated placement to ensure maximum light and wind and minimum heat passed on to the interiors of the home.
MORE NATURAL LIGHT LESS HEAT
We build our houses as boxes, primarily rectangular boxes of varying sizes and shapes. But boxes have lousy geometry when it comes to shedding wind forces. They expose lots of surface area and flat walls can catch the full force of wind causing damage and destruction.
The unique architecture of Organic Homes is significantly different in shape with an ability to shed wind and can also lower surface area to volume enclosed, reducing energy for heating and cooling. With the elimination of sharp corners, which concentrate forces, At Organic Homes, there is potential to reduce seismic loads on the buildings.
Cross ventilation is obtained by having Openings in both sides of the room, causing airflow across the space. Positive pressure on the windward and/or a vacuum on the lee side of the building causes air movement across the room(s) from the windward to the lee side, provided the windows on both sides of the room are open