Relationships that grow over the years tend to last long. Today, we are going to talk about one such delightful journey that began almost 18 years back. The beauty of this relationship was that our individual journeys were also at its rising stage when we collaborated initially for a project. He was into the power sector and we were also emerging as designers with a couple of projects.
Our journey together started with the construction of his house at Vijayawada. ‘To be experimental’ was the guiding principle for both of us and we were given absolute design freedom to build his first house for a small family of 4 members. We could complete the house in a fast time frame of 12 months including the landscapes, furnishing and more.
Over the years, our individual journeys flourished and we were invited to build his office space at Vijayawada. With time, he expanded his business to Hyderabad and we constructed a quintessential workplace for him at Hitech city, the IT hub of Hyderabad. Currently, he is successfully running his business conglomerate in multiple countries with a public limited company. Our journey continued further and we built another home for him at Jubilee Hills, a food court in a mall at Vijayawada and the villa at Organo Naandi. Our 2 decades-long relationship is growing stronger as we cherish the journey together.
At Metaphor, we are continuing to offer apt design-build solutions for our clients. We will be issuing periodic insights on the same. Email us at Wedesign@metaphordesign.in if you’d like to know more.
Insights from Nagesh Battula, Founder & Managing Director, FHD Group.
Written by Minu Aravind.
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