And even today, at 48, I believe my mother was right! When there’s natural light coming into the house, its inhabitants feel vibrant and positive.
Being a homemaker, my home is my 24×7 habitat, so it has to be warm, welcoming and cheery. I have seen homes of friends who leave at least one of two lights on during the day because a corridor or kitchen in the house does not get enough light from outside.
Gladly, Sunworth is different. The architects here have put a lot of thought into creating a unique intelligent design – it’s called a “Cross” design which allows for plenty of light and ventilation in ALL homes across the entire apartment complex. You will never feel the necessity to flip any switch till the sun sets.
My son studying in Chicago, emailed us telling how we’ll be able to trim down our carbon footprint by reduced use of artificial lights during the day!
Bangalore, once known as a ‘Garden City’ has lost a bit of its sheen in the recent years. Sunworth has done its bit to win back that sobriquet. Spread over a sprawling 59 acres of lush green space, of which more than 75% of it is open space, we’ll have endless supply of fresh air throughout the year.
I sometimes wonder if Provident has what I call as “Ventilation Engineers’! When I’ll finally move into my Sunworth home, I am sure my lungs would never have it so good. Hahaha! My bedroom overlooks the pretty landscape dotted with a bewildering variety of greenery and natural water bodies. Therapy for all the senses.