As Architects in Bangalore we give a lot of importance to designing house plans in Bangalore for residential projects, we first understand the client’s requirements and needs,So that, it will be helpful for us in Designing the residential house plans.
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Getting House Plans and House designs in Bangalore
– Understanding the client’s needs.
– Having detailed discussions.
– Working on the pros and cons of the project.
– Schematic floor plans prepared.
– Preparation of floor plans.
– Changes to the floor plan.
– Finalization of the floor plans.
– Proposing Residential elevations.
– Finalizing the Labour / Building Contractor.
As a Growing metropolitan city, it’s developing and expanding faster than ever before. One of the main reason for the demand for housing due to the vast migrating population due to the growth of the IT sector which has been creating an excellent job opportunity for a better future.
This has eventually been increasing the real-estate prices in and around Bengaluru. The city many Approved/Developed Layouts done by BDA, BMRDA, BBMP, GRAM PANCHAYAT, KIDB and other planning authorities. However there are many Revenue Sites/Layouts developed without following the norms given by the authorities which has eventually lead to improper Urban Planning including smaller roads, Sanitation problem, Water scarcity, Using more groundwater without proper rainwater harvesting system etc.
One can come across different Plot or Site dimensions in Bangalore such as 20×30 30×40 30×50 40×60 40×40 50×80 other than these dimensions one also come across odd Corner sites and revenue sites with odd dimensions. Based on these we have given the different possibilities of developing house designs along with the cost factor.
20×30 HOUSE PLANS or 600 sq ft
Site Cost : Rs 30lacs to Rs 50lacs.
Built up area : 1500 sq ft to 2000 sq ft
Construction Cost : Rs 25 lacs to Rs 45 lacs.
This is Generally the smallest plot dimension available for building a house. Generally, a 600 sq ft 20×30 site will have smaller roads with some even less than 25ft. The possibilities of designing 20×30 house plans with good setbacks are not possible on these plots. As we come across the wall to wall house constructed with no setbacks given.
HOUSE DESIGNING OPTIONS on 20×30 Site
DUPLEX CONCEPT: 3BHK Duplex house plans on G+2 floors with 1 car parking.
Ground Floor : 1 Car parking + 3 to 4 two-wheeler parking.
First Floor : 1 Living + Dining + Open Kitchen + Common Bath room + Small Guest Bedroom + Internal Stairs to S flr.
Second Floor : 1 Master Bedroom with attached bathroom + 1 Guest Bedroom + Small Family living room + Small Balcony facing the road.
Third Floor : Staircase head room + Overhead tank.
RENTAL CONCEPT : 2BHK x 3 or Multi Floors with 1 car parking.
Ground Floor : 1 car parking + 6 Two wheeler parking + External Staircase.
First to Third Floor : 2BHK House : 1 Living + Small dining space + Common bathroom + 1 Master Bedroom with attached Bath + 1 Small Guest bedroom.
30×40 HOUSE PLANS or 1200 sq ft
Site Cost : Rs 50lacs to Rs 70lacs.
Built up area : 2700 sq ft to 3600 sq ft
Construction Cost : Rs 45 lacs to Rs 65 lacs.
One can come across 30×40 sites or 1200 sq ft plots which are the most common plot dimensions available, nearly or more than 60% of the layouts are planned to have these as its most preferred for a Middle-class population. One can build and design an excellent 30×40 house plan with small landscaping area near the entrance or build a multi-floor or multi-tenanted for a rental concept.
HOUSE PLANNING OPTIONS on 30×40 Site
DUPLEX CONCEPT: 3BHK Duplex house designs G+1 floor with 1 car park.
Ground Floor : 1 Car parking area + Small Green area for landscape or keeping pots + 1 Living room + Open Kitchen with utility + Dining room for 6 persons + Common bathroom + Pujja room + Master/Guest room + Double height at Living/Dining + Internal Stairs.
First Floor : 1 Master Bed room attached bed room with study area + Guest bedroom with attached bath + Family living + Large Balcony.
Note : One can also design a Second floor continued from their duplex house which can be used for Planning GYM room, Home Theatre, Terrace Garden, Open BAR, Party area etc. All these are additional amenities required for a House this can be done if there is enough budget kept aside white designing a house.
RENTAL CONCEPT : 30×40 G+3 Floors – 2BHK or 1BHK x 2nos on Each Floor
Ground Floor : 1 Car parking space + 8 Two wheeler parking + 1BHK (optional).
First Floor : 2 BHK – 2 Guest bedroom with one attached bath + Living + Kitchen + Common bath room without shower area.
Second Floor : 2 BHK same as F Flr.
Third Floor : 1BHK x 2nos – 1 Living + Small kitchen area + Bedroom + Common bathroom.
Note: In most of the concepts we provide it’s either One single independent duplex house or multi-tenanted for the best rental returns on the investment on plot and building. There are also cases where one can design a Duplex house plans with rental concepts in the same premises.
40×60 HOUSE PLANS or 2400 sq ft
Site Cost : Rs 60lacs to Rs 1cr.
Built up area : 6000 sq ft to 8000 sq ft
Construction Cost : Rs 70 lacs to Rs 1 cr.
These can also be termed as “ Luxury Plots “ as one can design the best 40×60 house designs which can incorporate all the requirements the client requires.
Also, the Architect has enough scope for putting all his Concepts into action. However, Luxury doesn’t come cheap one has to spend at least Rs 70lacs just to Own a 40×60 site plus an additional Rs 70lacs to completely build on it.
HOUSE DESIGNING OPTIONS on 40×60 Site
DUPLEX CONCEPT: 4BHK G+2 floors Duplex house with all required amenities.
Ground Floor : 1 Car park + Landscaping area + Foyer at the Entrance + Living room Large French Windows + Dining area for 8 persons + Common bathroom + Kitchen with Utility and Storeroom + Double height at Living + 2 Master bed rooms with attach batch + Internal stairs.
First Floor : Family room attached to Balcony + 1 M Bed room with Study/Walk-in closet + 2 Rooms with one attached bath.
Note : One can plan to design the Third floor to create more amenities or facilities like Open Bar, Terrace garden, GYM area with Sauna, Home theatre, deck concept. These amenities require additional budget varying from Rs 15 to Rs 25lacs which has to be considered by the Architect making sure these will be implemented on site.
RENTAL CONCEPT: G+3 floors 2BHK x no’s on Each Floor with 6car park
Ground Floor : Entire floor for Parking 6 car parking slots + provision for Lift if done for Apartment design.
First to Third Floor : 2BHK x 2 nos – Living + Small dining room + 2 Bed rooms with bath + Common bath + Puja room + Kitchen with utility.
50×80 HOUSE PLANS or 4000 sq ft
Site Cost : Rs 90lacs to Rs 1cr.
Built up area : 7000 sq ft to 10,000 sq ft
Construction Cost : Rs 1cr to Rs 3 cr.
One can easily term these as “Premium Plots” where only a few can afford to buy these sites. A project executed on 50×80 site can easily cross Rs 3cr+ again depending on the kind of space planning, and material usage is done. An Architect can implement his concepts to its full piratical usage in space planning.
HOUSE DESIGNING OPTIONS on 50×80 Site
DUPLEX CONCEPT: 4BHK to 6BHK Duplex house with right Elevation.
Ground Floor : 2 Covered car parking + Conceptualized landscapes with pavers + Sit out space + Foyer with Shoe rack provision + Formal/Informal Living area + Dining room for 10 persons + Island Kitchen concept with Storeroom + Utility in Setbacks + Common bath + Puja room + 2 M Bed rooms with walk-in closet attached bath + Internal staircase.
First Floor : 2 to 3 more Rooms with a Large Family living + Home theatre which can seat about 10 people + Large French window come Balcony overseeing the Ground Floor garden.
Third Floor : Sauna room + Jacuzzi + Terrace Bar counter + BBQ area + GYM + Roof Garden.
RENTAL / APARTMENT CONCEPT : G+3 Floors 3BHK x 2nos with Lift (Apartment Concept)
Ground Floor : Complete Car parking + Lift Provision + Security room.
First to Third Floor : 3BHK x 2nos on Each Floor – Living area + 2 Master bedroom with attached bath + 1 Guest Bed + Puja room + Dining room + Common bath + Kitchen with small utility + One small balcony.
Note : Most of the Houses built on 50×80 sites have either One single independent duplex house or Apartment complex for independent sale purposes. It’s a real rarity to find a multi-tenanted building purely built to generate rental income.
Things to consider before Approaching an Architect for planning:
There are many factors that need to be considered before approaching for Residential House designs us like the plot dimension, the budget for construction, no of car parks, garden areas, no of floors and much more depending on the client to client requirements.
As Architects we provide the Best house plans as per budget:
Are you Building a home or apartment then there are a few conflicting things that might be working on your mind like what should be plot size, budget, construction cost etc.
Construction of a House is no doubt that it is one of the most important events in our life. However, because of lack of experience and knowledge often we end up making the wrong decisions. There may not be much problem when we buy ready-made homes or apartments.
But when it comes to customised house plans and house designs, we are often at a loss as to where to approach. One often takes the help and assistance of engineers and contractors to design our homes. This is not right because when it comes to designing new homes the role of architects is something that is extremely important. They are the backbone as far as designing new homes, apartments or even offices and commercial establishments are concerned.
There is a big difference while designing house plans between architects and engineers/contractors. While the latter give shape to something that has already been conceived and planned, as far as architects are concerned, their main job is to give shape to the entire design and other concepts as far as the new structure is concerned.
They are the one who gives birth to the external and internal design of a home. While there could be many engineers and contractors, who might claim that they can do this job when it comes to actual implementation on the ground they would be found wanting.
Building functionally should be considered while designing House designs:
We help you in creating indoor spaces that are not only functional but also very good-looking and pleasing from the aesthetic point of view. We create Modern House designs in Bangalore and also implement the same. We take into account the various external factors like the budget the clients may have in mind, the total area that has been allocated to them and other such factors.
These are things which even the best of engineers and contractors will not be able to do. As home aspirants, we have to bear in mind that there is a difference between implementing ideas and giving birth to home design ideas.
Our role is, therefore, is to propose creative ideas and making sure that engineers/ contractors follow them up and implement it on the ground. Hence, as customers, we should know the basic difference between the two to get the best out of them.
There is also something known as interior architecture. Here the role of these professionals is to ensure that they are able to look into other important aspects like availability of light, the flow of light, airiness of the entire home and other such aspects. They also play a big role in helping make the best use of the available space without making it look cramped and claustrophobic in nature.
Hence, taking the above facts into account one has to bear in mind that when it comes to giving shape to your dream house, there is none more important and significant than a good architect who is the backbone on which other professionals can build ones dream home.