Newa architecture is an indigenous style of architecture used by the Newari people in the Kathmandu valley in Nepal. It is a style used in buildings ranging from stupas and chaitya monastery buildings to courtyard structures and distinctive houses. The style is marked by striking brick work and a unique style of wood carving rarely seen outside Nepal. The style has been propagated by Nepalese architects including Arniko. This type of architecure can be used in designing in Residential building in Nepal. This type of design will enhance the conservation of Nepalese Architecture for upcoming generation. It is the identity of Nepal to the whole world about the design and its aesthetic value to the world. We architects should encourage in design and integrate with more vernacular items of the locality to flourish the local architecture beauty to the world.