Coevolve Northern Star | Eco-friendly Homes in Bangaloreby Coevolve Group CoEvolve Group Bangalore
It will be nice to live in a house designed to use all forms of energy (heat, water, light) in an optimal way. Ironically, nature’s free resources are the ones becoming disappears soon. Water bodies are a precious commodity in Bangalore, not only during summer but throughout the year for the various purposes.
A few months back, Coevolve group started a Sustainable Projects in Bangalore at Thanisandra and all of us instantly fell in love with it. Coevolve Northern star is developed by Coevolve group who are well known for their Eco-Friendly Homes in Bangalore. The model apartment is so aesthetically designed that it is brimming with ideas to enhance storage and functionality which incorporates sustainability in all means. What people loved about the interiors as it was neither contemporary nor modern but adopted the best of both the worlds and energy efficient materials everywhere.
IGBC Certified Projects in Bangalore
A major goal of eco-friendly home or apartment is reducing the consumption of natural resources as much as possible. Now the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) has introduced a system of rating green homes and the top builders get like Coevolve Group Review as the top IGBC Certified Projects in Bangalore. This system is India’s first foray in the sector and that completely changed the real estate approach. Architects and builders have begun using green principles like water harvesting, windmills, and waste management in their projects. They emphasize the use of eco-friendly building materials and lighting common areas based on solar energy in their Sustainable Projects in Bangalore.
Facilities of Eco-Friendly Homes in Bangalore
Following are a few list top attractive amenities of Coevolve Northern Star- the perfect Eco-Friendly Homes in Bangalore:
- Cricket Practice Pitch
- Badminton Court, Dribble Court
- Skating Rink
- Climbing Wall for kids
- Children’s Play Area, Water Stream
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