This TVPM house displays blend of simplicity, beauty

Two detached balconies grace the elevation and have added GI railings on them. Photo: Special arrangement

Jose and his family's new home is in the capital city. Situated at Kattaikonam, the house is designed according to the plot of 8 cents with maximum length and minimum width. The design was done in keeping with the simplicity of white hues.

They have lined clay tiles on tiled rooftops. One can enjoy the charm of the front and side elevations. They decorated the side elevation with brick cladding and box windows. Two detached balconies grace the elevation and have added GI railings on them.

The porch, sitting room, living, dining, kitchen, workshop, two bedrooms, and bathroom are on the ground floor. Meanwhile, there are two bedrooms, a bathroom and a balcony upstairs. The area is 1868 sq ft

The door opens into a spacious hall. Here they have arranged space for Living-dining and prayer. There are more windows here than in normal houses. Netted metal windows allow plenty of breeze and light.

The dining table is made of artificial wood. The wash area is positioned on the wall with a vertical glass skylight. Natural light is abundant here.

The staircase with its wooden finish is the focal point of the house. The stairs are made of mahogany planks on a GI frame. A mini-courtyard has been prepared below this with indoor plants.

There is a spacious kitchen, and the cabinets are done in multiwood+mica.  The counter is covered with black granite. The wooden tile adds beauty to the floor here.

The bedrooms are simply furnished. Brick walls and bay windows add beauty to the rooms. The elevation shows the balcony attached to the two bedrooms above. You can go to the balcony through UPVC sliding glass door. In short, this house is appealing to everyone who loves simplicity in design.

Project facts

Location- Kattaikonam, Thiruvananthapuram

Plot- 8 cent

Area- 1868 Sq.ft

Owner - Jose Joseph

Designer- Vivek Daniel

Studio Moon, Thiruvananthapuram


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