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Home plan and elevation - 6544 Sq. Ft

Saturday, November 27, 2010 |
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Architect : Praveen.M
moyacheri (ho)
kottakkal
vatakara(via)
Phone:9645457494,9388744505.04962275234
Email:praveenarchitect.m32@gmail.com

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Total Area-6544 Sq.ft
Ground Floor-4262 Sq. Ft
First Floor-2282 Sq. Ft
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Snake Shaped House - 33 Pics

Friday, November 26, 2010 |
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Quetzalcoatl Nest is an unconventional housing complex created by Mexican designer Javier Senosiain, and named after the Aztec snake/bird god of learning and knowledge.
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Architect, Javier Senosiain
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Kerala Traditional Nalukettu House

Thursday, November 25, 2010 |
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Designer:Rajesh Kumar
House Details:1800 sq feet house
Email:rajeshvku@gmail.com
Ph:9995070680

The Nalukettu is the traditional style of architecture of Kerala, wherein a house has a quadrangle in the centre.
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For more information about this house, contact (House design Pathanamthitta)
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Designer:Rajesh Kumar
Adoor, Pathanamthitta
Email:rajeshvku@gmail.com
PH:+91 9995070680
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Beautiful bonsai trees

Wednesday, November 24, 2010 |
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Bonsai (pronounced bone-sigh) is an ancient oriental horticultural art form. The word Bonsai literally means, in both Chinese and in the Japanese language, tree-in- a-pot. Originally developed in the Orient almost 2000 years ago, today the sublime art of bonsai is practiced throughout the world. Shape-harmony-proportion-scale are all weighed carefully as art, and the human hand combines this in a common cause with nature.bonsai trees

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A tree planted in a small pot is not a bonsai until it has been pruned, shaped, and trained into the desired shape. Bonsai are kept small by careful control of the plant's growing conditions. Only branches important to the bonsai's overall design are allowed to remain and unwanted growth is pruned away. Roots are confined to a pot and are periodically clipped. Bonsai may have a stylized or an exaggerated form ... but, as found in nature. The appearance of old age of a plant is much prized and bonsai may live to be hundreds of years old. The living bonsai will change from season to season and from year to year requiring pruning and training throughout it's lifetime ... and as time goes on it will become more and more beautiful.
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