Here are comprehensive, architectural reviews of the building projects proposed, planned and executed in Bangalore. Since I am an Architect based in Bangalore, I am able to review some of the projects and builders with confidence. These reviews touch upon the pros and cons in the designs of these projects and will hopefully help you in making the right decision when planning to buy a flat. My reviews are unbiased and solely based on the merits and demerits of the design of the buildings.

Buildings in Bangalore, Golden Grand
Buildings in Bangalore, Golden Grand

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6 thoughts on “BUILDERS AND BUILDINGS IN BANGALORE | An Architect Reviews

  • November 29, 2014 at 6:57 am

    Dear Sir
    I went through your website, it is very informative and your thoughts are very use full for common man. As I am planning to construct house in Bangalore on my site, if you can give me really good reliable architect name and GOOD contractors name it will be helpful as we are residing outside india, it will be helpful.
    Hi Ram,
    We are architects. The name of our firm is Ravi and Minu and our office is in Banaswadi. We could take up your project if you are interested. You can contact us at 98450 74073.

  • November 12, 2014 at 5:30 am

    I was going through your reviews and was wondering why the Sobha or Mantri properties were not featured. Any specific property that you rate high?
    Hi Sujith,
    I am still in the process of reviewing apartments in Bangalore. It is a time consuming job and I do it only when I have free time to spare. So that is the reason, I have not yet featured many projects. In time though I hope to do so.

  • November 12, 2014 at 5:27 am

    First of all, I should tell you that I really appreciate all the effort that you take to review different projects in Bangalore. I am based abroad and I have been looking to invest in Bangalore for a couple of months and have not been able to spot a good place. My budget is upto 2 cr (either one place or two places of around 1 cr each). I am specifically interested in ready to occupy places (or something that will be ready soon). Just wondering if you would have any recommendations?
    If ok, I could give you a call sometime to know your thoughts. Would be really grateful for your time.
    Best regards,
    Hi Alphonse,
    Firstly, thank you for your appreciative comment. I don’t recommend any specific apartment/builder because I do not want to be biased. I hope that my review will help you to make the right decision.

  • May 20, 2014 at 12:52 am

    One more thing that I would like to share here is that, doesn’t matter what you are using free blogging service but if you don?t update your website on daily basis then it?s no more attraction.

  • May 18, 2010 at 8:28 pm

    dear sir
    I am an ardent reader of your scientific reasoning of vasthu and I am following every advice you give.I am planing to renovate my old house for which I need advice from you for the following:
    1:can I have a toilet/bathroom at the northwesr\t corner of master bedroom situated in the southwest side of my house?
    2: having a EAST side entrance is mandatory for a house facing the road towards south?
    kindly clarify my doubts
    with regards

    Dear Mr mallesh,
    Vastu principles are based on common sense and logic and for you to apply to your particular situation. A toilet can be placed in any corner of a bedroom, as long as it gets enough light and ventilation from outside. But when planning for this, it would make sense to look at the door/window positions, furniture arrangement and cupboard positions in the bedroom also. If the placement of the toilet is going to block the light and air to the bedroom, or the movement/furniture arrangement in the bedroom then it is better avoided in that direction.
    In any layout, town or city, there are sites facing all directions. In a South facing site, it is more difficult to design a house according to vastu principles but that doesn’t mean that it is a bad site. An east entrance is preferable to a south or west entrance, only because the south and west sides are hot for most of the day and so every time the south/west facing door is opened there is a waft of hot air that permeates the house.


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