The sudden charm of low-cost housing
Excess supply and a sluggish market has forced even bigger developers to enter the affordable segment.
Don’t cross the line
The Motor Vehicle Act (MVA) provides for a penalty for crossing the ‘stop’ line
Bamboo making a quiet statement
Recent research on bamboo has found it an ideal material for application in construction, says architect Neelam Manjunath in an interview.
‘Create magic, create fun’
Dr. B .V. Doshi speaks about his architectural experiences and why it is important to design around nature.
The risk of building homes
There is no guarantee that the project you have invested in will be executed within the given timeframe.
The rare and the beautiful
The House of Things prides itself on curating beautiful, luxurious and rare pieces for your home.
Rejuvenating urban spaces
In India, where unregulated urbanisation has created serious deficits at all levels, green districts are a viable solution
How do you know if it's built to last?
Keep a tab on the quality of your building’s construction with these tips.
Making life easier for landlords
The Draft Model Tenancy Act 2015 is all set to encourage the rental market, as it promises to safeguard the interests of both landlords and tenants.
Stress-free after 60
With 52 per cent of the supply, Tamil Nadu has the most number of senior living projects in south India. The writer finds out where the market is head
A house and some memories
This house certainly has a lot of character. Unlike the new houses that seem to have come out of the same book of designs, this one, built nearly 150 ...
From slums to homes
With the government extending loan benefits and incentives, private builders are showing interest in low-cost homes in Chennai.
Monsoon colours for your home
Brighten up your home with citrus shades and get ready to romance the rains