A New Landscape by Penda Is Inspired by Indian Stepwells and Water Mazes

24 May of 2016 by

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Penda has designed a landscape for Hyderabad, India, inspired by the country’s stepwells and water mazes. When completed, the 8,000 square meter (85,000 square foot) Magic Breeze Landscape will serve 145 apartments in a development by Pooja Crafted Homes. Some of the landscape’s signature features will be its bamboo coves, flower gardens, water…

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