We nearly called it BCIL Terra Rouge, that lovely term in French for red earth. This is BCIL's
biggest offering so far with over 130+ homes nestling in a land sprawl of 20 acres.
BCIL ZED Earth is a world in itself. This is
BCIL’s most ambitious residential enclave
so far. We have validation to claim that it
will be by far the largest such
‘sustainable’ residential enclave in the
world that relies so little on the world
outside for energy or water or its waste
Set on a land sprawl of 20 acres. To the
north of Bangalore, pretty close to the Int’l
airport, and on the 8-lane Dodda Ballapur
Road. Forty minutes from heart of town,
and 20 minutes from the massive Maanyata Tech Park, or the Apparel Tech Park. At least a
dozen of Bangalore’s premier schools, the prestigious BMS IT College are within 15 minutes of
the BCIL ZED Earth campus. Columbia Asia and a couple of other hospitals are within a half-
Offering a soft density of just over 6
homes to an acre, the campus is 70%
independent from the State Grid for
power for every one of its 130+ homes.
Bangalore suffers 2-hour power
shutdowns every day, and will remain
power-deficit for at least the next ten
years. The Campus does not need
municipal water supply connection and
offers 24x7 treated water supply. What’s
more, there are no deep borewells at Red
Earth that run the risk of drying up,
leaving residents literally high and dry!
You know the grim story of water
shortages in every apartment block and residential enclave. BCIL Red Earth is designed to have
no need for Sewerage Board connections of the State govt.
Homes are designed to offer exquisite spaces, with high ceilings, interesting gabled roofs,
terraces and backyards that offer promise of pleasant barbecue evenings, split levels that
accentuate spaces, private nooks that are designed for personal comfort. Homes here are
engineered to offer you complete independence from the outside world for power, water and for
waste management. BCIL’s very unique ‘Grow your Own Water’ technologies help to make Red
Earth 100% water-positive.
Your reason to wake up everymorning!
In a setting that is quiet, densely wooded, celebrating the best values of floral and faunal
biodiversity. As one customer says, ‘I know why I picked this place. I will have a reason to wake
up every morning!’
You have a choice of sizes ranging from a warm 2400 sq feet, to an expansive 2700 sq feet and
a really luxurious 3600 sq feet of spaces. Call in and ask for our floor plans. These rare designs
offer sensitivity to natural lighting, your need to connect with the outdoors, little and large
elements of design that naturally cool the homes. We have drawn the vast traditional knowledge
systems of Indian architecture and ‘vaastu’, but have blended with contemporary engineering
expertise and architectural needs of today’s world.
The campus is carved into two large home bays. The first, ZED Earth WoodSide, offers 47
stand-alone, single-family homes over a spread of 7.5 acres. The second bay offers 80+ homes
over a land expanse of 12 acres.
Though it is hard to offer you a picture of how the campus will evolve, all we can say is that we
have been inspired by the community values of the old ‘katras’ and small clusters of
communities that our villages offered as architecture for thousands of years. What is unique to
Red Earth is that every home opens on its backyard to a large green park. Each cluster of
homes is no more than 8 to a dozen, offering you therefore the warmth of your own little
community of neighbours, while the entire campus offers neighborhood values with the clever
disassociation of green spaces that the Masterplan offers.
A Quiet Revolution in Homes
Here is a quiet revolution in the making. ZED Earth is the face of the future of construction. In
creating the world's largest green residential enclave, it offers you the very best in urban
sophistication. Ask our Client Counselors for exciting options on offer, at prices that will have
you ask, ‘Is there a catch?’
Says another BCIL home-owner: “If every builder built the way you do, well, the city will have so
much less as demand for power, waste to dump, and precious fresh water needed. This is the
way to go into the future!’