DSK Developers Announce Their Next Eco-Friendly Project At Tomorrow's Baner

Pune, Maharashtra India (PressExposure) August 09, 2011 -- With a visionary, Mr. D.S.Kulkarni at its helm, DSK Developers projected the imminent trend of eco-friendly housing as early as the 1990's and have pioneered the green revolution as such. The Bhoomi-Poojan ceremony was held on site in congruence with the DSK culture where the flat owners' families took an active part in the holy rituals.

Many builders boast of a lower carbon footprint but inevitably the greener side of architecture is often ignored over time. Simple solutions to the problems of day to day challenges faced by green architecture are perhaps necessary and are not just profit oriented. Kunjaban would be the result of amalgamation of modern architecture and eco friendly construction practices which creates a sustainable solution to long term challenges such as waste management and grey water harvesting.

DSK Kunjaban is a lovely array of 1 & 2 Bedroom homes with 4 towers rising 11 floors each. Away from the highly polluted city limits yet an easy commute to all the important destinations Kunjaban is a snug-fit housing cluster bringing to you a perfect blend of Mumbai and Pune cultures. The proximity to the upcoming IT hubs of Hinjewadi, Punawale and Talawade accords project Kunjaban a solid head start in terms of infrastructural development viz., good roads and power supply, International educational facilities, quality recreation and world class social utilities.

Enriched with creative architecture and thoughtful amenities, every feature at DSK Kunjaban brings along the essence of eco-compatible living for the discerning customer. While the club house community hall, gymnasium, a well designed main entrance gate with security cabin, children's play area, party lawn, well designed landscaping, servant toilet facility and society office are granted regulars; Kunjaban boasts of several others which define its eco-balanced concept.

At Kunjaban, the fresh water treatment plant ensures removal of turbidity, odour, and organic substances before water is disinfected by chlorination. Usage of water softening resins would further enhance the quality of potable water. Rain water harvesting and utilization will lead to conservation of the surrounding water table. Energy conservation may be highly effective due to installation of overhead common solar heating panels. Wet garbage recycling with the help of Organic Waste Converter will makes garden maintenance a self sustaining activity.

The floor plans of 1 BHK and 2 BHK apartments are designed so that optimum utilization of resources is made possible and is sustainable over a long period of time. Divided into various wings, the floor plans ensure a stylish and modern residential structure without sacrificing space needed for comfortable living conditions. Kunjaban's location also makes it a good place to call home due to the close proximity of necessary services from a petrol pump to easy road networks connected to major highways and cities.

Kunjaban is designed on eco friendly principles where DSK Developers care for environment and respect every aspect of it e.g. materials that help in reducing Air Pollution, Water Pollution and Land Pollution as well as materials that require less energy and are exceptionally durable for a longer span.

About DSK Developers

D.S. Kulkarni Developers, better known as the DSK Group, offer top quality Residential and Commercial projects in Pune, Mumbai, Nasik & Bangalore. DSK Builders offer luxury homes & eco homes with choices ranging from Apartments, row houses, duplex homes to Villas, designer bungalows and penthouses. The DSK group founded in 1970, by the dynamic Mr. D.S.Kulkarni, is today an Rs 1500 core empire spanning construction, IT, automobile dealerships, Hotels, travel Corporation, educational institution, digital technologies and wealth management.

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Press Release Submitted On: August 09, 2011 at 1:51 pm
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