Open Homes: Life within four walls.
Walls block movement of light. Walls block movement of air. And most importantly, they block movement of people. So we removed some walls. But that was just the first step. Our engineers then built concealed openings in roofs that draw in fresh air like a funnel. And skylights that bathe the interiors of the house with warm sunshine.
The result? Rohan Ashima. Or Open Homes, as we know them.
Sprawled over 3.5 acres of greenery at Brookefield, Rohan Ashima is home to 64 split-level town houses. It's miles from the din of the city, yet minutes from civilisation.
Every home at Rohan Ashima is a town house. In other words, town houses are independent homes built adjacent to each other, with a sturdy common wall between them. Yet, they have been staggered to break the monotony.
At Rohan Ashima, 30% of the land is shimmering waterscapes and lagoons with stone slabs that you can walk on. Stroll through the greenery and you will notice that there are no driveways. You see, we've restricted parking to the basement, through a single driveway at the entrance. So the grounds are filled with colourful flower beds and gently swaying trees. And the homes seem to rise out of the greenery.