World class condominium project coming up in Nagercoil
The city of Nagercoil is all set to define the future of international living with the setting up of Baraka's Iswarya, a swanky ultra luxury apartment com condominium that has got it all. The promoters are committed to the concept of exclusivity that would bring the very best in terms of technology, products and brands into the design and construction of this unique residential complex. Baraka's Iswarya, in fact, would be a summation of all that is latest, all that is the best a home can get. If someone asks what is the latest in building technology, the latest in aesthetics and functionality and the best in brands that go into setting up a designer home, the answer would be Baraka's Iswarya. But that is only part of the story. Baraka is about an exclusive lifestyle. Hushed elegance, spaciousness, sophistication, grace and comfort would be found here in ample measure.
Obviously a project of this magnitude would incorporate truly world class facilities. It includes a world class swimming pool, a club house, shuttle courts, table tennis, gym, jogging tracks, indoor games and a lot more. The children would certainly love the extensive play area specially designated for them. Truly International line of amenities to fit in with the concept of providing an ambience completes the picture.
By incorporating green thinking into the overall framework the promoters ensure that the project demonstrates their commitment to the environment. With integrated design, energy performance, water conservation, indoor environmental quality, and materials sourced based on their green factor, their endeavour is to provide safe, healthy, and productive built environments and promote sustainable environmental stewardship.
The architects for the project is the well known architect firm headed by Philip Fowler and Mini Fowler who have many prestigious projects to their credit providing total design solutions in Architecture, Interior Design & Landscape Architecture for discerning clients through a consortium of architects, designers and artists from India.