Meera Sky Garden House Rethinks The Boring Rooftops

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Some houses have a plain, usual rooftop, but Meera Sky Garden House has roof top gardens. But more than that, the team from Guz Architects in charge of the ambitious project wanted to create a layering effect, a base for each story, so that it looks like a single storey home sitting in a garden.

And the job was impeccably done, as there is, indeed, the feeling that there’s nothing else above your feet, but the ground and the garden surrounding. It’s a beautiful green oasis contrasting with the blue of the pool placed on the real outdoor garden at the ground level. To the grass growing on the rooftops and superb vegetation embellishing the improvised gardens, beautiful views to the ocean and surroundings, in general, are added.

The interior of the house is almost not important as long as there’s the nature setting in the spotlight. Yet, I couldn’t help but notice the curved stairs giving access to the upper levels. Marvelous!


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