Things Should Understand While Going to Create A Kerala Style House Plan
Owning a beautiful home is every person’s dream. Kerala, “God’s own country”, is definitely a great place to live in terms of weather and good standards of living.
Hose models are depending on the economically level. As most of the Kerala family is joint elders in the children are going to make the house at the earliest after the marriage.
Preferring to construct with some landscape around it. Almost all the houses have the surrounding courtyard. While making a home there trying to get maximum space in front of the house as a courtyard that you cannot see in metro cities.
All most Kerala style houses are hut shaped roof provides you with defense against rain, wind, snow, hail, and heat. Sloping roofs are common in Kerala houses that also do not let water or other dirt accumulation.
The houses built or constructed on the principles of Vedic. The architecture of Kerala has been influenced by Dravidian and Indian Vedic architectural science (Vastu Shasta) over two millennia. The Tantrasamuchaya, Thachu-Shastra, Manushyalaya-Chandrika, and Silparatna are important architectural sciences, which have had a strong impact in Kerala architectural style. The Manushyalaya-Chandrika, a work devoted to domestic architecture is one such science that has its strong roots in Kerala.