Kamal Sagar Builds Million Dollar Frisco Homes with Grass Decks and Patios » Dallas Innovates

Kamal Saqr
Holistic environment homes
…on construction of $1 million homes in Frisco with grass decks and patios, via the Dallas Morning News.

Who says yards are only for out and back?

Sagar The company is building a texture A 121-home community in East Frisco with eco-turf roofs, balconies and courtyards built into each new residence, according to the Dallas Morning News.

Sagar, an architect who lives in Bangalore, India — and logs endless air miles by plane to the U.S. — told DMN’s Mitchell Barton that he built these grass-filled homes in India and thought they would be attractive in North Texas, too. “The reason it works on the other side of the planet, for a completely different lifestyle in different climates and everything, is that it is authentically designed to meet the needs of a family,” he told DMN.

Sagar purchased the 56-acre site for development featuring 900 trees along Rowlett Creek because “Issues” posed by the natural features of the land, not in spite of them, as DMN points out. For more information about the project, read DMN’s story here.

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