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Materials That Matter

MAIA Estates is paving the path to the all new conscious building

Within the world that we live in today, it’s become not just a priority but a necessity to ground ourselves and give back to the environment around us. Within the Indian real estate market, MAIA estates is pioneering the revolutionary shift in how we give back to the environment, with sustainability being one of the firm’s core values. In 2021, it’s important to view a sustainable approach as the only approach to development, a change that MAIA estates is making with their core philosophy and design process revolving around giving back to the world around us. By creating properties that are the pinnacle of luxury while yet staying true to their beliefs, MAIA estates beautifully combines luxury and sustainability with their developments.

Ensuring that each step of the creation process is sustainable, the materials used in the properties have been meticulously chosen to fit their belief system. With the usage of Sadarahalli granite sourced from Karnataka lining the flooring and compound wall, MAIA estates is able to reduce their carbon footprint without compromising on the finish of their properties. Locally sourced fabric and landscape furniture are an ode to the artisans that reside in Bangalore, showcasing the works of talented creators close to home. With these small yet meaningful differences that help make their creation process unique, MAIA estates is able to make a big impact in the world of sustainable real estate.

Bangalore Silk is known for its simplicity, purity, and texture of Silk, which is meticulously produced in the silk farms of Bangalore, Karnataka. These farms have existed for several years and have progressed immensely with the passage of time and renovations in the textile industries. Bangalore silk saris have been the first choice for traditional functions like weddings and other ceremonial rituals. The silk embroidery saris are in great demand as the work enhances the already rich texture of the silk. Sometimes small beads, crystals and colored stones are used while decorating these saris. They are also costlier than the traditional Sarees. Gold threads woven across the Silk Saree gives a rich look and is most sought after for weddings.

With a beautiful history such as the one Bangalore possesses, it’s easy to see why MAIA leans towards fabrics and artisans close to home, encouraging others to do the same. The simple yet luxurious nature of the silk created in Bangalore will allow MAIA to create a finish for their furniture that is both exquisite yet sustainable in nature. The use of Sadarahalli Granite is also a conscious decision, as Granite has the lowest carbon footprint compared to any other materials such as porcelain and vinyl. As the Sadarahalli granite is naturally sourced from Karnataka, the carbon footprint is decreased yet again.

Through conscious decisions that make a difference, MAIA is encouraging all their residents to look at sustainability as a way of living, one that has been integrated into their lives from all ways it can be. With their properties, the core value that shines through is sustainability, showcased as they use materials that matter.

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