Dhavala, meaning 'Mountain' in Sanskrit, holds true to its name. With a terrace that is landscaped into a 50,000 sq. ft. park 8 storeys high, it's the next best thing to living in the mountains. From the 3 BHK to 4 BHK villaments, every home is blessed with an all-encompassing outdoor view, plenty of fresh air and sunshine, with amazing connectivity to most of the tech parks and the best schools in the city.
Flats & Apartments
Foundation - Isolated / Independent footings complying with seismic 3 zones.
RCC - Framed multi storied structure/light roof with masonry partition. Hydraulic parking in basement, staircase and lift connects from basement to all the levels.
Masonry - Precast concrete blocks with metal lathing at column beam junction.
Walls - All interior wall faces & ceilings plastered smoothly and painted with acrylic emulsion paint.
Exterior - FaÃ§ade of the building is plastered and painted with weather proof paint. Terra-cotta/Corten Steel/metal surface in selective places as per the design.
FLOORING AND TILING
Foyer, Living, Dining - Porcelain designer tiles.
Bathrooms - Anti skid tiles for floors and ceramic tiles for walls.
Internal Staircase (Duplex Apt) - Granite/Marble or equivalent with M.S framework.
Open Terraces - Anti-skid tiles.
All Bedrooms - Wooden flooring.
About Krishvi Projects Private Limited
Born from the vision to create homes that stood out from other housing, Krishvi was established in 1999. A truly boutique firm, with 14 projects and a built up residential space of 12 lac sq. ft. stretched over 16 years, we quickly gained a reputation for attention to detail. Our unique projects constantly broke architectural barriers that lent a special touch to the landscape of the city. For starters, the row houses of Orange Tree were in fact the first of its kind in Bangalore and started a trend that exists to this day. Gavakshi, with its unique villaments quickly built a niche that other builders are beginning to explore.
Office Address:No 2, 1st Floor, Old Airport road, Domlur, Bangalore, Karnataka