In the suburbs of Hyderabad lies the twin houses, specifically Yapral, Secundrabad. The project is segregated in two major spaces that is the residence on the left and the one on the right, both these spaces are connected with a middle buffer space that also acts as the semi-private interaction space between the two residences, it has been judiciously used by creating it into a green buffer and parking space with projected out balconies creating a shade on the ground floor. The elevation is subtle with shades of grey and vegetation used as an ornamental element. Talking about the interior space there are two conjoined residences so talking about one respective residence there is a living cum dining hall with an attached kitchen plus a guest bedroom on the ground floor whereas the Upper floor has two bedrooms and a recreational area for recreational purposes acting as a family lounge. The project wins at both the ends of being sustainable as well as luxurious, and thus the architect claims at the project being luxurious as well as sustainable. Materials have been kept really simple with rustic and contemporary finishes. The whole project weather be it the interiors, the plan or the elevation follows contemporary architecture.