The Hindu: The dream of a Flat Roof House
A dream of the future?
Flat roofs are on the minds of people all over the world as their houses get taller, bigger and more luxurious.
But what does a flat roofhouse actually mean?
And what are the pros and cons of them?
The Flat Roof house is a home built for those who want to live comfortably in a house with a high floor-to-ceiling ceiling, and the main feature is the roof.
This is the home you see at the top of this article.
This flat roof home is located in the city of Hyderabad, in the state of Andhra Pradesh.
This house is located at the end of the flat roof line.
A flat roof can be a great option for those living in a flat home because of the added insulation, and it has a built-in fan for heat and cooling.
This also means it can be used as a home office for those people who want a more cozy space.
It is also possible to have a home that is designed to be a house on wheels, with a large open kitchen, and a spacious living area that can accommodate up to 10 people.
Flat roofs are not uncommon in India.
But it is not the first time people have dreamed of such a home.
This was the dream of an Indian woman who wanted to live in a Flat roof house in the early 1980s.
She started a campaign to create a flat-roof house in her home in 1988.
This has become a global trend.
This article originally appeared on The Hindu.
It has been republished with permission.