Goan realty developer, Bennet & Bernard is enhancing design initiatives across upcoming projects to woo home buyers in COVID-19 times. The company has introduced hydroponic farms in all its new projects towards emphasizing on sustainability. Hydroponic gardening is fast becoming a popular choice for many farmers due to its more sustainable approach to resource usage than the usual growing methods. Besides hydroponic farms, the realty firm is also incorporated new layout, design and structural modification aimed at enhancing the eco-friendly technology used in construction.
Lincoln Bennet Rodrigues, founder and chairman, Bennet & Bernard Group said: “It is important now to customize relevant technologies in homes that would incorporate modern habitat design with traditional practices as the new situation of COVID-19 expects us to enhance our holistic approach. The current lockdown prompted us to rethink and come up with absolutely fantastic design solutions. All this has been a blessing in disguise in many ways and further enhanced our commitment to wellness and a feeling of achievement to our clients and ourselves. This is just the beginning to set the standard in theme centric luxury holiday homes as we intend to continue aiming high and exceeding expectations in the luxury lifestyle. While we always had put hygiene practices at center stage we believe this time of introspection will give us the fuel and motivation to show the next generation what is possible.”
Lindsay Bernard Rodrigues, co-owner and director, said, “Sustainability is an integral part of our DNA and we will continue our endeavor to set new benchmarks in delivering best-in-class and environment friendly projects to an extremely discerning clientele.”