The layout of Rohan Madhuban Phase II is designed to seamlessly fit in its context. The existing contours of the land are preserved by using the site topography to plan elevated pedestrian pathways. Each home opens out to splendid views of the surrounding hills.
Rohan Madhuban II offers two apartment types – the 2BHK and the 3BHK. Both types are designed with a keen attention to detail, ensuring that each home provides nothing but the best in terms of space and quality.
The trademark Rohan PLUS concept is the core element of every Rohan home. Homes in Rohan Madhuban Phase II are designed with a special focus on these key elements, ensuring that every home is a perfect mix of all the important factors.
As with every Rohan project, Madhuban II has a host of amenities to cater to the various needs of its residents. In order to promote the idea of community living, there are a variety of activity spaces and communal gardens which residents can use for rejuvenation. In addition to a pool, gymnasium, badminton court and play areas for children, an indoor community center with a variety of indoor games is also part of the package.
With their well designed homes with a wide range of amenities, Rohan Madhuban II promises to offer its residents a capacious, well-designed slice of space to call their own.
Rohan Akriti Project is located in the upcoming suburb of Kanakapura Road, Rohan Akriti is an excellent investment option for those looking to invest in property in this area of Bangalore. Excellent connectivity to the NICE Ring Road and the ORR provides swift access to the various IT hubs of the city. Furthermore, the proximity of educational institutions (PES University, RV School of Architecture, Presidency School), hospitals (KS hospital) and other upcoming facilities is an added advantage.
Rohan Akriti: Design & Planning
With a linear layout, the carefully designed master-plan provides for a large corridor of space in between the two rows of towers. All recreational amenities are placed in this strip, providing equal access to residents and encouraging community interaction.
According to the designers of Rohan Akriti, the key thought of the project was to revive the lost concept of community living in the current urban scenario. It was ensured that this concept was incorporated into every stage of the design process, from the exteriors to the interiors of the homes. The idea is to create a vibrant neighborhood which encourages its residents to come together to celebrate life.
At Rohan Akriti homes, every inch of space has been given a lot of thought. As with all Rohan projects, the underlying design concept is the PLUS home concept (Perfect ventilation, Lively light, Utmost Privacy and Smart Space)
Extra walls have been eliminated and spaces have been combined in order to create a sense of openness, even in the most compact homes. The interior layout of rooms has been carefully planned to cater to flexible furniture placement, thus ensuring that not a square inch of space is wasted. Private and public areas of the home are segregated to provide ample privacy. The open free-flowing layout of the homes and a complementing interior color scheme make for a harmonious visual experience. In addition to creating an interesting facade, the double height balconies create a channel of wind flow between the buildings. This carefully designed feature aims to create a Venturi effect, facilitating the circulation of fresh air between blocks.
The simple concept of Rohan Akriti Project is ensuring that the distance between two blocks is equivalent to their heights ensures that even the lowest floors receive ample light and ventilation. This guarantees lively light and perfect ventilation to all homes.
Amenities in Rohan Akriti Project
At Rohan Akriti, every home is designed to maximize space and minimize unnecessary features such as extra walls and narrow passages within homes. Eliminating extra walls provides each home with a spacious central area, and each bedroom is designed so as to utilize every square inch of space in the most effective way. The amenities at Rohan Akriti are divided into three zones – Relax, Refresh and Rejoice. This reiterates the concept of communal spaces within a neighborhood, with three distinct zones catering to a wide variety of users – children, adults and senior citizens. The relax garden houses the yoga center, meditation spaces and lawns. The refresh garden is the rejuvenation center, with the pool and clubhouse (which offers sporting amenities such as indoor badminton, squash and gym). Lastly, the rejoice garden has lively activity spaces such as the children’s play areas, tennis court and chess garden.
Prices & Unit Sizes for Rohan Akriti Project
Rohan Akriti offers a range of homes to choose from, with a budget range of 29.6 Lacs – 69.1 Lacs, due for handover in June 2020 as part of the first phase. The configurations on offer are the 1BHK (544 – 817 SFT) 1.5 BHK (654 – 659 SFT) 2BHK Compact (920 – 983 SFT) 2BHK Regular (1073 – 1291 SFT) 2.5 BHK (1234 – 1242 SFT) and the 3BHK (1406 – 1533 SFT). With a wide range of homes catering to every need, Rohan Akriti promises to be an attractive investment option for home-hunters in Bangalore.
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