The idea of this design is to utilize the power of colour to enhance the elevation instead of adding different cladding materials to keep the costs down.
Given the limited budget, the only architectural elements added are chamfered overhangs and the corner elevation wall over the verandah. This wall is the part of the house that would be seen the most. A part of this is used to enhance the building by using colour. This again is just a geometrical mural done easily by making grooves in the plaster of the wall by skilled masons. The pattern is then painted in different colours.
The two long sides of the house that have very few openings are given the same treatment - strips of plaster grooves and painted in shades of grey from light to dark - top to bottom- Can be done by just using different proportions of black and white.
The roof is kept part sloping, part flat: The part of the house which has the staircase is kept flat - for feasibility of future extension towards the side or the top.
The elevation also follows this form and the overhangs are kept chamfered to one end.
The window sizes are revised to keep the elevation neat and windows on both floors in line with each other. Two fixed glass windows are added in the staircase area to bring the natural light in the center of the house.