Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Unishire Verzure Multistorey Apartments Located in Jakkur, Bangalore 2BHK Apartments and 3BHK Apartments.

Unishire Verzure Multistorey Apartments Area Range 1254-1745 Sq.ft  Located in Jakkur, Bangalore 2BHK Apartments and 3BHK Apartments.

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Description:

At Unishire, we believe building a home is just not about its structure but well thought-out design of spaces. We always strive to deliver something special and add considerable value to every home owner in each project of ours. And that is why a renowned German Architect Group has been entrusted with designing Unishire Verzure to offer its residents contemporary living spaces that perfectly blend with their needs and vibrant lifestyle.

Located off New 80' Jakkur Double Road, behind Manyata Tech Park, Unishire Verzure offers luxurious homes in 2 & 3 BHK configurations. The strategic location is right in the middle of a much sought-after locality of North Bangalore and could be well accessed from all around. And to top of it, Unishire Verzure is positioned within urban zone with connectivity to all key locations such as Hebbal & NH 7, Bangalore International Airport, Outer Ring Road (ORR), Hospitals, Educational Institutions, Shopping Arcades, etc that could be reached within minutes.

Lifestyle Amenities

Swimming Pool
Gymnasium
Table Tennis
Snooker
Café
Yoga/Meditation Hall
Crèche
Multipurpose Hall
Reading Room/Library
Business Centre
Travel Desk

Colour your home to your personality

Choice of colour had not been a problem for one's own house before fifties of the last century for majority of the house builders. Lime, Yellow Ochre,' Mulatanimitti (Red Earth) had been the natural choice. White was predominant. The colours were used in decoration at the entrance, pooja enclosure and main living room (padasale or hall). They were dictated by culture, tradition and availability of the natural colouring materials in the area. Only the very rich thought of varying the colours in their mansions.

The last two decades of the last century saw a rapid growth in the middle class population, which is now around 20% of the households. In many of these households both husband, wife are highly educated and exposed to ad-blitz through media. Many of the households have double income. There is greater amount of disposable income. The house is no longer considered as a roof over the head but a symbol of status and an environment for stylish living.

Commercial banks entry into retail financing in housing, easy installment plans in trade, Credit Card Culture have also helped in conspicuous spending. Interiors are now gaining more attention. Earlier the expenditure on interiors used to be below J 0 to J 2% of construction cost. Now they have grown to 40 to 50%. Interiors have become more colourful and lavish.

The Paint industry has come up with number of types of paints in variety of shades. A fallout of the hype and competition in Research on colours and their effect on individuals has attracted increased attention. This article is about colours and their influence on individuals to guide home owners to make a proper choice to add appropriate ambience to their style of living.
Colour has an influence on our visual perception, also on our moods.

Nowadays a large number of shades are available in the market. It is becoming difficult for an ordinary house builder to choose from such a wide choice. When making colour selection, it is necessary to consider all the surfaces of the room as a whole, that is one should consider, colour of the floor or carpet, walls, curtains and furniture. They together act on the sensory perception of the individual. The illusion of size and shape of a room can be manipulated by choosing a proper combination of colours for the walls and ceiling.

Colours can be used to express person's individuality. Also can be used to influence to certain extent the mood of a person. Earlier, we used to retire early because of the manual exertion (walking, drawing water from the well) during the course of the work. The advent of electricity and the advancement in lighting science now extends the day light hours beyond nightfall. The period of visual stimulation has expanded from 8 to 10 hours to 16 hours in cities. Therefore, a lot of research is being conducted on the effects of colour on human being. According to new research findings, colours have profound effect on our physiological and psychological selves. A study has established that even a blind person can sense colours and react accordingly. Dermo-optic vision or bio-introscopy as this vision is known, helps people recognize colours and shapes.


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