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As a Growing metropolitan city, it’s developing and expanding faster than ever before.

One of the main reasons 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 problems, Water scarcity, Using more groundwater without proper rainwater harvesting system, etc.

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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 comes 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.


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 Bathroom + 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 headroom + 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 the 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 a small landscaping area near the entrance or build a multi-floor or multi-tenanted for a rental concept.

To know about what would be the costing details visit the link 30×40 House construction cost, where all the required details are shared.


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 + Puja room + Master/Guest room + Double height at Living/Dining + Internal Stairs.
First Floor : 1 Master Bedroom attached bedroom 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 bedrooms with one attached bath + Living + Kitchen + Common bathroom 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 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. To read further details, visit the link 40×60 house construction cost, where the project costing is explained in detail.


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 bedrooms with attached bath + internal stairs.
First Floor: Family room attached to Balcony + 1 M Bedroom 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 an 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 the Third Floor : 2BHK x 2 nos – Living + Small dining room + 2 Bedrooms 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 a 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 their full piratical usage in space planning.


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 Bedrooms 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 an 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 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 is one of the most important events in our life. However, because of a lack of experience and knowledge, often we end up making the wrong decisions. There may not be many problems when we buy ready-made homes or apartments.

But when it comes to customized 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 gives 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. At the same time, 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 that even the best 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 one’s dream home.

Vastu house plans in Bangalore know the importance of Vastu Shastra and the placements of rooms as per Vastu.

Vastu is thousands of years old, with mentions dating back to the Ramayana and Mahabharata. It is commonly referred to as ” the science of Architecture.”

Vastu house plans in Bangalore and Principles 22

Vastu Shastra governs the principles of design, measurements, ground preparation, space arrangement, spatial geometry, and space arrangement.

In simple terms, Vastu is constructing a house in harmony with nature. It allows the house to trap the right amount of energy, apart from bringing good luck, peace, and prosperity to the dwelling family.

Today, most Architects follow design principles considering the basics of Vastu house plans while designing or placements of rooms. An experienced professional should be well-versed in Vastu and utilize its principles during the construction of a residential house.


Sl no SITE DIMENSION – The Statistics of House Plans in Bangalore or house designs for 20×30 30×40 40×60 30×50 40×50 50×80 Duplex Hosue plans/Rental Hosue Floor plans No of Floors G+1 G+2 G+3 G+4 BUA (Built up Area) STANDARD DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
1 20×30 House Plans in Bangalore Ground Floor G 450 sq ft Ground Floor: 1BHK
1 car park + Living room of 50 sq ft + Dining of 80 sq ft + Kitchen + Common bathroom + Bedroom 99 sq ft.
2 20×30 House designs G+1 G+1 950 sq ft Ground Floor: 1 BHK
1 Car parking area + Living room + Kitchen + Dining area of 10×10 + Bedroom 10×10 + Common bathroom.
First Floor: 2 BHK
Living room + Dining of 95 sq ft + 2 Bedrooms with one attached bathroom + Kitchen + Common washroom.
3 20×30 G+2 Floors G+2 1450 sq ft Ground Floor: 1 BHK
Parking for 1 car + 10×11 Living room + 8×9 Kitchen + Dining +10×11 Bedroom with bath attached + Common washroom.
First Floor and Second Floor: 2BHK
Living room of 90 sq ft + 70 sq ft Dining room + Kitchen of 10×8 + Bedroom of 10×11 + Master bed room of 10×12 with attached bath + Utility + Common bathroom.
4 20×30 G+3 Floors G+3 1950 sq ft Ground Floor: 1 BHK
Car park space for 1 Car + Living area + Kitchen + Dining + Bedroom + Common bath + Guest room.
First, Second and Third Floor: 2BHK on each floor

Living room area of 10×13 + Kitchen of 11*9 + Dining of 8*10 + Bedroom of 105 sq ft + Master Bedroom of 110 sq ft with an attached bath of 6*5 + Common bathroom of 5×6.
5 20×30 G+4 Floors G+4 Floors 2450 sq ft Ground Floor: 1 BHK
1 car park of 100 sq ft + Living of 105 sq ft + Kitchen + Dining + Bedroom + Common bath + utility.
First, Second, Third, and Fourth Floor: 2BHK each.
The living area of 11×12 + Kitchen area 90 sq ft + Dining room + Common bath + Bedroom with attached bath + Guest room of 10×11.
6 20×30 Duplex House plans of G+2/G+3 Floors G+3 Floors 1900 sq ft Ground Floor: Parking area
This would be the ideal option on a 600 sq ft plot, As it takes care of the entire parking requirements for 1 car and 6 to 8 two-wheelers.
DUPLEX HOUSE from 1st to 3rd Floor (either go for 3bhk or 4bhk Option).
First Floor:

The living room of 10×15 + Dining room of 110 sq ft with open Kitchen + Master bedroom + Common bath + Internal staircase to 2nd floor.
Second Floor:
The family living of 100 sq ft + 2 bedrooms with attached bath + Balcony of 8×4 + Staircase to 3rd floor.
Third Floor / Terrace:
Option for having another Master bedroom or Gym area, or Terrace garden depends on the budget.
7 30×40 House Plans in Bangalore Ground Floor G Floor 800 sq ft Ground Floor:
1 Car park + Living area 12×15 sq ft + Pooja room 6*6 + Open Kitchen area of 14×12 + Bedroom of 10×12 + Master bedroom with attached bath + Common bath + Dining room for 6 persons.
8 30*40 House designs G+1 G+1 Floor 1800 sq ft Ground Floor: 1BHK or 2BHK
Parking for 1 Car + Living room + Bedroom of 12×12 with attached bathroom + Common bathroom of 6×5 + Dining room of 12*14 + Open kitchen area of 140 sq ft + Puja room.
Note: if you require 2 carparks, then go for 1BHK, and if 1 car park is your need, then 2BHK can be planned.
First Floor and Second Floor: 2BHK
Small Foyer + Living room + Kitchen opens to the Dining area of 350 sq ft + Puja room of 5×7 + Common bath + 1 Master bedroom of 12×14 with attached bath + Guest bedroom of 14×11 + Study room if required.
9 30*40 G+2 Floors G+2 Floors 2600 sq ft Ground Floor: 2BHK
1 Car park + Living room 13*12 + Master bedroom of14*12 with bath + Guest bedroom of 13*11 + Common bathroom of 8*6 + Kitchen of 120 sq ft + Dining area if 14*10 + Common bathroom.
First and Second Floor: 2BHK on each floor
Large Living area of 155 sq ft + Master bedroom with a study area with attached bath + Bedroom of 12*13 + Common bath + Kitchen and Dining of 285 sq ft.
10 30 x 40 G+3 Floors G+3 Floors 3560 Ground Floor: 2 BHK
Car park + Living room 14*11 + Common bath + Dining area + Kitchen with outside utility + Bedrooms x 2 nos of 12*13 each.
First, Second and Third Floor:
Living area 14*13 + Master bedroom of 140 sq ft with attached bath 8*9 + Guest room of 12×14 + Common bath + Dining area for 6 persons + Kitchen of 13*10.
11 30×40 G+4 Floors G+4 Floors 4400 sq ft Ground Floor: 2 BHK
1 car park slot + 10×14 living + 10×8 Dining room + 100 sq ft Kitchen area + Common bath + 2 Bedrooms of 135 sq ft with one attached bath + Utility outside.
First, Second, Third, and Fourth Floor: 2BHK
Living zone of 138 sq ft + Kitchen open to Dining area total 300 sq ft + One Master bedroom with attached bath + 1 Guest room + Common washroom of 8*6.
12 30×40 Duplex House Plans of G+3/G4 Floors G+4 Floors 2900 sq ft Ground Floor: Parking.
Parking for 2 cars + 6 Two-wheelers. (Stilt Parking).
Note: You can also start the Duplex house right from the Ground floor if required. For better planning and space utilization, it’s better to start your Duplex home from the First floor onwards.
Duplex House starts from the First to the Fourth floor.
First Floor:
Foyer with shoe rack of 8×6 + Spacious Double height living room of 18*12 + Dining room of 12*13 + Master bedroom with walk-in closet and attached bathroom + Kitchen of 135 sq ft with attached storeroom and utility area + Pooja room + Internal staircase for the second floor.
Second Floor:
2 Master bedrooms with attached bath + Family living area of 150 sq ft with attached balcony facing the road + Internal stairs to the third floor.
Third Floor:
Terrace area
13 40×60 House Plans in Bangalore Ground floor G Floor 1500 sq ft Ground Floor: 2BHK
2 Car park + Living rooms 15*15 + Dining for 8 persons + Open kitchen with storeroom and utility + Common bathroom of 8×7 + 1 Master bedroom of 140 sq ft with small study section with walk-in closet + Children’s bedroom of 12×14.
14 40×60 House designs G+1 Floor G+1 Floor 3400 sq ft Ground Floor: 2 BHK
Car park for two cars + Small foyer + Living zone of 14*16 + Pojja room of 5*5 + Kitchen with outside utility 14*13 + 1 Master room of 14*12 with bath + Dining area of 145 sq ft + Guest room of 12*14 + Common bath.
First Floor: 3BHK
The foyer of 6*6 + Spacious living room of 16*12 + Open kitchen with Dining area attached total 400 sq ft + Common bath + 2 Master bedroom with bath and walk-in closet + 1 Children’s bedroom.
15 40*60 G+3 Floors G+3 Floors 5300 sq ft Ground Floor: 2 BHK
Parking zones for 2 Cars +Family area of 145 sq ft + Kitchen area of 135 sq ft attached to Dining of 130 sq ft + Common bath + Guest bedroom of 11*13 + Master bedroom with attached washroom 13*14 + Common bath.
First, Second and Third Floor: 3 BHK
Entrance Foyer + Family zone of 16*12+ Common bath + Dining + Master bedrooms with bath x 2 nos + Study room + Kitchen with storeroom.
Note: It’s also possible to design 2BHK x 2nos on a 2400 sq ft on the upper floors.
16 40×60 G+4 Floors G+4 Floors 7200 Ground Floor: 2 BHK
Park for 2 cars + Living zone of 14*13 + One master bedroom with attached bath + Guest or Children’s room + Common bath.
First, Second, Third, and Fourth Floor: 3 BHK on each floor.
Foyer 5*6 + 14*15 Living room + 1 master bedroom of 140 sq ft with attached bath + 1 Guest Bedroom of 135 sq ft with bath + Study room of 12*11 + Pooja of 6*6 + Common bath of 6*7 + Dining 12*14 + Kitchen 14*13.
17 40×60 Duplex House Plans 3bhk/4bhk G+2/G+3 G+3 Floors 4300 sq ft Ground Floor:
1 Car park with 6 two-wheeler parking + Landscaping towards the entrance + Sit out an opening to the Foyer of 8*7 + Big Living space 18*12 with double-height + Dining for 10 persons 14*12 + Open Kitchen with both store and utility + Common bathroom + Master bedroom with attached bathroom 18*19 + Study area + Pooja room of 8*9 + Internal staircase to the First floor.
First Floor:
The family living of 16*11 with attached Balcony of 10*7 facing the road + 2 Master bedrooms of 180 sq ft each with attached bathroom + Internal stairs to the second floor.
Note: Above is for Standard requirements for Duplex house designs on a 2400 sq ft or 40*60 site of 3BHK with a built-up area of 3000 sq ft of G+1 Floors. So, anything planned or suggested below is the luxury that one can plan and design as per the budget available.
Third Floor:
Master bedroom of 200 sq ft with bathroom + GYM/Home theatre area of 300 to 450 sq ft + Big Balcony facing the road of 14*13.
Fourth Floor:
Generally Terrace area, But you can consider requirements such as Terrace garden, Barbecue area, Deck, etc.
18 50×80 House plans in Bangalore Ground Floor G Floor 3000 sq ft Ground Floor: 3BHK
2 Covered car parks + landscaping of 300 sq ft + Entrance lobby with sit out of 450 sq ft + Foyer of 10*11 + Large family area overseeing the landscaped area + Master bedroom of 14*18 with attached Study area and washroom with walk-in closet + 2nd Master Bedroom of 16*14 with attached washroom + Common bath + Dining area of 200 sq ft + Guest Bedroom of 200 sq ft + Kitchen with Island counter design with Store and utility attached.
19 50×80 House designs G+1/G3 Floor G+1 Floor 7000 sq ft Ground Floor: 2BHK x2 nos
3 Car park + 2 Bedrooms with attached bathroom + Common bath + Dining + Kitchen + Living room of 16*12.
First, Second and Third Floor: 3BHK x 2 nos
Big living area of 185 sq ft + 2 Big bedrooms of 13*15 x 2 nos with attached washroom + 1 Guest bedroom + Common bath + Dining and Kitchen of 13*15 + Pooja of 6*7.
20 50×80 Duplex House Plans G+1 4300 sq ft Ground Floor:
The covered area of 2 cars + Landscape provision of 350 sq ft + Veranda with sit out + 125 sq ft of Foyer zone + Kitchen of open concept attached to Dining area + Common bath + 2 Master rooms of 160 sq ft with walk-in closet with attached bath + Internal staircase.
First Floor:
Family area of 350 sq ft + 2 Master rooms of 200 sq ft each with attached washroom + Study room + Balcony overlooking the landscaping below + Internal staircase to the third floor.
Second Floor:
Home theatre + GYM room + Terrace area with sit-outs.
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In this post, we will elaborate on the various Vastu positions considered while designing residential house plans and its benefits:

Vastu Principles while designing Residential House Plans:

The Principle for House Entrance:

The principal energy source considered in Vastu is the sun. As the sun rises from the east, Vastu suggests that the entrance of the house should always face east.

At times, constructing the entrance in the east is not an option for house owners due to various hurdles; under such circumstances, you can open a large window in the east.

The Element – Water:

As per the Vastu, the things associated with water elements such as swimming pools, hand pumps, ponds, pools, and even the RO should be placed in the northern corner of the house.

If that is problematic, the north-east corner is an equivalent substitute. This will ensure financial growth for the family and its members. One can consider this while implementing a bore well, sump, or any other water body.

Vastu Position for the Kitchen:

According to the principles of Vastu, the kitchen should ideally be in the southeast corner of the house. And, you should be facing east while cooking. Another important aspect to keep in mind while constructing the house is not to place the kitchen in front of the entrance.

Our architects provide house plans with the consideration of Vastu, and there are numerous designs you can use as a sample. In general, there are two possibilities of placing a Kitchen as per Vastu; the first would be Southeast (Agni moola or Fire corner), and the other would be Northwest.

Bed Facing South:

For a sound and peaceful sleep, the bed in the south-west portion of the house is thought to be the most auspicious.

One can also have the bed in the east, south, or west but never in the north. Choose from a variety of colors that is more connected to the earth, such as green and brown, to make the bed appear livelier.

Selecting the Plants:

Plants or green area if implemented correctly during the preparation designing stage of your house plans it can not only increase the visual beauty of a house, but they also add freshness and liveliness.

If you want the plants to be blooming by the time the construction is finished, sow the seed before the construction begins. One can choose plants such as bamboos, lilies, or a money plant. In Japanese culture, having a bamboo plant in the house signifies prosperity.

Vastu for Living Room:

As per Vastu, if the home faces East or North, then having the living room in the north-east is ideal. Whereas, if the house faces West, then the living room should be constructed in the North-west corner.

The color of the house as per Vastu depends on various factors, such as the zodiac sign of the residents. As a rule of thumb, choose colors such as yellow, white, green, and blue; never red or black.

Ideal Dining Room:

In Vastu house designs, a square and rectangle shape represents stability. While having a meal, the people at the dining table should not face the south.

Suitable colors for the living room are yellow, green, and orange. Set up the dining table in the west portion of the house.

Children’s Room Vastu:

While building the room of a child, choose the west. The bed should be ideally placed in the south-west corner of the room, while the pillow or the head should be placed in the east or south.

The cabinet or the closet should be constructed in the south or the west direction. Several things need to be considered while building the children’s room.

Such as the location of the bedroom, entrance direction, placement of the bed, study table, furniture, color, pets, etc. Hence, while designing a house in Bangalore, one should adhere to at least the basic principles of Vastu for a better living.

Stair Case Position:

As per the principles of Vastu, the staircase in a house should always be built in the west or the south of the house.

If you create the staircase in the north-east corner, it can lead to financial instability for the residents. In case one can’t build a staircase in the north or the south; then, you can build an external staircase in the South-east, South-west, North-west, or South-west.

The number of stairs should always be odd, and it should not end with zero. As per Vastu, it is also recommended that the staircase have doors at the opening and the exit. Never build a kitchen, puja room, or bathroom directly under the stairs.

Overhead Beams:

Overhead beams above the dining table, the living room, or any other area where you sit should be avoided as the beam hold the weight of the house and can transfer negative energy causing depression, arguments, and disharmony.

Hence, do not construct an exposed overhead beam or do not have them directly above the bed, dining table, living room, etc. Hence, while designing a house, one should make sure that the drawings given by the structural engineer follow these basic principles.

Importance of Color:

Not just in the Vastu, but there are several scientific studies to prove that the color of the house plays an essential role in our psychology.

While deciding on the internal colors of the room, one should pay attention to the recommendations by the Vastu expert. An interior designer who is well versed in knowing these can be the best guide to help you choose the right colors.

Most experts recommend the colors yellow, white, blue, and green. You can opt for the various shades of these colors.

Shape and Material of Furniture:

It’s recommended that you have furniture made from wood in the shape of a square or rectangle as it brings peace and harmony to the house.

Ideally, the furniture in the house should be placed in the south or the west direction. The furniture should not be irregularly shaped like oval, round, or triangular. Keep the furniture away from the wall at about 3 inches.

Vastu for Toilet:

The best place in the house to build a toilet or a bathroom in the north-west. If that is not possible, you can construct the toilet in the south-east. East or north-east should be avoided while building the toilet.

There should be enough distance between the bathroom and the kitchen and dining room. While choosing the color for the bathroom or the toilet, avoid dark shades.

Doors and Windows:

As per Vastu, keeping the doors and windows clean is essential in ensuring the flow of wealth in the home. One can have large windows suggested by the Architect as per adequate requirement for a good flow of natural light and ventilation.

Its also advised to keep the doors and windows are cleaned regularly to allow free flow of positive energy around the space.

The Shape of the Room:

As mentioned several times in this article, that square and rectangle-shaped things are auspicious as per the Vastu.

These shapes bring harmony and balance to the house. Therefore, the ideal shape of the rooms should be square or rectangular. Irregular shapes such as T-shape, L-shape, or others can be harmful to the house and the people living within.

Irregular shapes of the room can cause severe financial problems for the people dwelling within the home. Triangular shaped rooms prevent progress, whereas octagonal rooms can cause severe financial problems.

Overall suggestion:

Getting residential house plans designed as per the Vastu has several benefits from your health, wealth to peace, and tranquility.

However, as an inexperienced person in this domain, you may not be able to keep track of all these things while drawing the house design. We provide residential house plans that follow the principles of Vastu.

Our team of Architects and Interior designers are well-versed in all the concepts and principles of the Vastu and draw designs that are cost-effective at the same time, adhere to the principles of Vastu.

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Whether it’s the initial discussions with the selected Architect or the later phases of analysis, it’s essential that you are prepared and ask the right questions.

House plans why hire architects

These questions will not just allow you to analyze the capability of the Architect but also provide them with an idea of your expectations with the project. However, as someone with little to no knowledge of house construction, this can be intimidating.

Here is a checklist to ease the process of discussion with the architect before getting your house designed.

What are the Services the Architect Offer?

One needs to discuss the scope of responsibility he will undertake. Some clients only wish for a design to achieve approvals.

However, ideally, you would want to hire professionals who can offer a wide range of services such as drawing designs, Inspecting the project, coordinating with the building contractor, discussing the fees of the contractor, Monitoring the progress of the site, Ensuring the project in within budget, Selection of materials, Project scheduling, Suggestions on cost cuttings, and clearing queries.

What are the Fees and How it Weighs with respect to the Total Building Cost?

There are three ways an architect can charge the fees – fixed sum, a percentage of the total cost of the project, and hourly rate.

Additionally, one can ensure that there is no additional cost charged, such as amendments in the drawing, construction administration charges, etc. If you know the additional cost in advance, it will not come as a surprise.

Compliance with Vastu?

A large number of clients in India want their house to be constructed as per the principles of Vastu.

One should discuss this during the initial meeting with the Architect if he or she is capable of drawing the house plan as per the Vastu.

If one feels if he is not capable, enquire if they can hire Vastu professionals who can optimize the house plans as per Vastu principles and if these fees will be included in the Architect’s fees.

Will the Architect Charge for Initial Meeting?

This might sound absurd; why do you have to pay someone for the interview which is, in fact to hire them?

As it stands, reputed firms like doctors and lawyers charge for the consultation. During the initial meeting, however, the Architect may provide advice regarding the project.

Hence, enquire about the fees initially. Get to know if the shortlisted Architectural firm charges for an initial consultation fee to discuss his requirements for his house plans.

What are the Challenges or Hurdles of the Project?

Ask them if there are any hurdles with the project, such as building regulations, approvals, etc. One can also inquire if he has handled a similar project designing in the past.

One can also discuss on How the He is planning to tackle the hurdles faced during house construction and how he can have an impact on the project in terms of time and cost.

How Much Time Do You Need to Put In during construction?

Different clients have different requirements; some like to be involved in the project, whereas others do not have the time and only wish to check every once in a while.

This is more seen by clients who are working in the IT sector and are free to see the progress of their Home only during weekends.

Be clear about your expectations with the project in the initial stage; this will help the project move smoothly. Inform them about the type of client you are and the time requirement you need to dedicate to the project.

Do you have a Contractor in Mind?

Once the House planning is completed, the next critical step is to hire or Select a building contractor who can execute the project as per the proposed concept designs.

As Architects regularly deal with multiple contractors for their different projects, they develop strong relationships with them and know the civil constructor for a particular job. Most professionals prefer to work with the team they have already worked on in previous projects.

This is good as they have an understanding, and this can help the project move seamlessly without any project delays and avoiding any mistakes or reworks.

If he has a contractor who can execute your project, then ask him to give the total construction cost required to build your home.

This will help you to compare the project costs and specifications given by multiple vendors who will help you to wisely select the best person for the job.

Ask for past References or works?

Asking for references or past projects is one of the most common questions, and architects expect this from clients.

So, do not hesitate and ask the question. Ask them about their past projects, clients, and proposed house designs. Follow-up on the reference if required will help you establish the reputation of the firm.

These days there are other ways to validate the reputation of a firm, like a review or social media. Doing this extra work during the initial stage will ensure that you do not have to worry about hurdles later during the project.

Is the Architect is registered with the local body?

One can ask if he is registered under the Council of Architecture or under any other government-approved governing authority like BBMP. Some firms use the term architectural designers for employees who are not certified by a responsible body.

Therefore, clear this during the initial meeting if they are accredited or not. If you happen to be hiring a freelance Architect, this becomes even more essential.

Employing a certified professional will ensure that the architect will be able to deliver the project as per expectation.

A certified person will also ensure that the building follows all the norms and necessary approvals are obtained.

This will eliminate any hurdles with the local government body after the project has been completed.

Does the Architect have a Signature Style?

Reputed firms have a signature style, and they will not deviate from what they do; therefore, it’s essential that you align your expectations with the style of the house plans and elevation designs he follows.

Why one needs to Get House Plans Designed by Architects?

Few people understand the complexity of building a house – that is, until they find themselves tangled in different building design options, building regulations, laws, contractors, and so on. Every building is different with its own set of problems, so there is no fixed standard to follow.

An Architect has the expertise and knowledge to handle these kinds of problems. He is trained to solve design problems and assist in all the stage of construction.

They envision the entire project even before the building incepts. As professionals, they do much more than just draw the home design of the house. He creates the environment of the home from interiors, exteriors, floor plans, 2d elevations, 3d to dynamic space with functional needs.

It doesn’t matter the type of house construction you are undertaking – remodeling, building from scratch, or addition – He will be the best guide for the work right from design to execution.

Here are some reasons why you should consider an Architect for designing house plans:

An Architect Understands Your Requirements and Needs:

Every client is different and has a different lifestyle. Depending on the needs and the lifestyle of the client, he designs and utilizes the space efficiently for any kind of buildings.

During the initial meeting, he understands your requirements and vision of the house and translates that into a concept home design. He also ensures that the plan complies with the building codes from respected planning authorities like BBMP, BDA, BMRDA, KIDB, etc.

Avoid Design Mistakes during building construction:

The design is more than laying out the house on a piece of paper. It is an intricate procedure that includes every minute detail of the house with a precise measurement of the dimensions of each room.

These residential house plans or building plans are the actual bases on which the actual residential construction of the house begins. A small error in the design can cause massive problems during construction.

He is skilled in laying out designs without the possibility of mistakes. These designs are used for various purposes, such as obtaining approvals from various authorities; they also act as a directive for the contractor to begin construction.

He is the only person who can accomplish this task proficiently due to his architectural experience and education.

Create Superior building Designs as per the latest Trends:

As an experienced professional who has completed several projects, he ensures that he will provide you with the best house plans or home designs that are superior in all aspects.

He considers all the different factors during preparing the initial floor plans like aesthetics, functionality, safety, and so on. An Architect designs the house depending on your lifestyle the surroundings while keeping your budget in mind.

Increases the Resale Value:

A good design is a profitable investment. As a house owner, you may want to relocate your house or build a new one after a certain point in time.

Getting the house built with the help of professionals ensures that every aspect of the house is superior. This will increase the value of the home when you decide to sell the house.

Ingenious Solutions for problems faced during Construction:

He can utilize the tiniest space of the house in the most creative manner and makes even a small area look big with his innovative solutions.

They have an answer to any problem that arises in between the project and finds ingenious ways to counter the problem without compromising on the quality and the aesthetics of the house.

He will help you find or choose the right construction materials/building materials for the home that is cost-effective, durable, and aesthetically pleasing.

Choose the Right Material:

Did you know that the total cost of constructing a house is only 25 percent of the long term cost of the project?

He can help you choose the right material for the home that will reduce the maintenance cost of the house in the long run. The aesthetics of the finishing depends on the material; the Architect can help you choose a material that will make the house look beautiful.

He considers your budget, functionality of the house, and aesthetics before suggesting a material that best suits the requirements.

A Guide during Building construction:

Among the variety of roles that he plays, He will be the guide of the project is also one and will be the go-to man for any solutions for hurdles faced during the house construction process.

He acts as a guardian of the project, ensuring all the parties involved in construction know their roles in the project and accomplish them. He ensures there is minimum wastage and the work is completed in time and within budget.

He manages any hurdles that arise while the construction is underway and coordinates with the contractor in your interest.

Negotiate on Your Behalf:

Once the initial house plans are finalized, he can help you select the right civil contractor on your behalf, discuss the fees and contract while checking for accuracy and implementation of the design.

He regularly interacts with all contractors overlooking the project; they have the expertise to negotiate and select the right contractor for the job.

Trust and Reliability:

As a professional who has completed and overseen numerous construction projects and can be relied on for getting your house constructed.

They have worked alongside contractors, consultants, and engineers. You can trust them to get the house built in time and within budget with the highest quality possible.

Peace of Mind:

He takes away the burden of monitoring the minutest aspects of construction. Without the architect, you might be cheated at every stage of development, such as while purchasing the materials, while negotiating the fees of services, and others.

However, the Architect takes care of all of these on your behalf. He allows you to relax while handling all the problematic aspects of the project. In the end, you have a beautiful house without any hassle.

Our Architects are certified and follow strict guidelines to deliver the best house plans, which are beautiful and comfortable homes that suit your lifestyle. Over the years, we have produced some of the most amazing projects in Bangalore. Browse our sections on house plans to get an idea of the quality we provide.

Role of Architects in designing a House

An Architect plays a crucial role in the construction and overall design/planning of structures such as Apartments, Commercial buildings, Public buildings, Residential houses, and Master planning. They are solely responsible for formulating a space catering to the needs and specifications of the client.
Role of Architects

Architects should ensure optimum safety and adhere to the building codes. They also work in collaboration with engineers to choose top quality materials and modern equipment to design a house. Furthermore, they do engage in conversations to go through blueprints and technical drawings.

Innate abilities and creativity of Architects:

A building structure is designed and developed by Architects that match the expectations of a client. The usage of artistic elements and creativity is visible in the buildings constructed.

This process is reiterated multiple times until the client and designer are pleased with the output.

Major responsibilities of an Architect:

The tasks undertaken by an architect should be organized effectively. It includes maintaining the records of various contracts regularly.

Also, project details, expenses involved in designing a house, setting the time limit are to be included in the progress report. In certain circumstances, architects are required to co-operate with civil engineers to interact and discuss the technical issues about the project.

Project discussion:

Architects should hold a meeting with the designated members as well as professionals of an organization before the project approval. This is very helpful in getting familiar with technical complications that might occur during construction.

The primary step involves getting familiar with the requirements of clients via comprehensive discussion. It includes getting familiar with the pros and cons of the site, expected budget, arriving at a feasible solution if a project is associated with either renovation or brand new construction.

There should be various provisions to deal with hurdles related to administrative procedures successfully. Planning and preparation procedures are to be updated daily.
It is to make sure proper communication between the clients and designers.

Design drawings for project execution:

Ample design drawings are included in a project construction before the achievement of a specific task. Once flaws are detected, they should be rectified as early as possible before it is put into practice. Any sort of project delays can be eliminated if the drawings are submitted at the primary stage.

Each drawing is purely based on an estimate, materials purchased etc. The designers put forward a rough sketch that displays the location of the building.
The main advantage is that the client would get a precise idea of layouts. Both project appearance and massing are clearly defined in the sketch design. The clients are required to adhere to the agreements and principles mentioned before the commencement of a project.

The construction of a building should always be executed under the guidance of Architects and engineers. Some of the drawings include a site plan, floor plan, 3D models, 3D views, elevation, isometric vies, etc.

In some cases, the architects are replaced by structural designers in plan designing. A specific plan should contain a decent elevation. Certain clients may directly approach the architect to discuss front elevation and details of landscaping.

Estimated cost in constructing a house:

The cost involved in various phases of a project is helpful in restricting the budget. This would, in turn, ensure that both clients and project teams are fully aware of the overall costs of a project.

The ultimate challenge vested in the architect is not to undervalue material cost and time in developing a building. The duration of a task determines the expenses that are required to construct a house.


Marketing is one of the major factors that contribute towards gaining the popularity of an Architectural firm or an Architect amongst the public. It is an ideal opportunity for them to display their past projects and house designs which would further help them in enhancing their career.

Some of the additional responsibilities of an Architect include clarifying comprehensive details of a project with the concerned designer team. If necessary, alterations in design can be suggested by the clients.

They do have the option to make sure a project is completed within a stipulated time. An owner’s manual is given to an architect that describes repairs and maintenance to be applied in the future.

Differences between an Architect and Structural engineer:

One of the major differences between an architect and a structural engineer is that the former takes adequate effort to analyze the aesthetic appearance of the building. On the other hand, a structural engineer emphasized the longevity of structure and type of construction.

Architects deals with various types of buildings such as skyscrapers, educational institutions, restaurants, and hospital. Chapel, road and railways, renovation of houses are just to name a few.

There are quite a few architects who design a rough sketch of the building, while some resort to designing a plastic model or cardboard of a structure.
A professional and skilled architect focuses on ensuring that a building is designed appropriately, thereby guaranteeing optimum longevity. If a structure is not built by the principles and maintenance codes, it might be susceptible to fire, earthquakes, Storms.

Hence, the primary task of an Architect is to create an escape route for the people at times of emergencies. Architects spend ample time contemplating the appearance of a building.

Each Architect has varying styles while designing a structure. Out of which, some prefer to include unique curves and circles within the interiors and exteriors.

Do Architects design house plans as per Vastu?

YES, most Architects design as per Vastu Shastra especially when it comes to the position or placement of Kitchen, Master Bedroom, Main door, Puja room, etc.

Do we need to get the Plans approved before starting construction?

YES, One needs to get the house plans or blueprints approved from the approved authorities such as BBMP, BDA, KIDB, BMRDA before starting construction.

Does floor plan show the placement of furniture?

YES, a floor plan will show the arrangement or all rooms along with its sizes and the placement of furniture and fixtures.