Client: VSR Infratech

Status: Under construction

Size: 5,20,000 sq ft I 3 acres

Situated on a triangular site on the Delhi - Gurgaon Border with close proximityto the Airport, the design presents an opportunity to generate a mixed-use scheme for offices, retail and serviced apartments. The intent is to arrange a series of blocks that direct a creative interaction between the buildings and the people, in order to enhance spatial and visual permeability across the site; a network of routes that converge on a central plaza at the heart of the site. Various site conditions help to derive the form to generate a triangular band that is fragmented to provide access to the central spaces, whilst adding porosity to the form. Three main building blocks are arranged around the central plaza in the form of three strips, consisting of retail, offices and serviced apartments. Adopted to allow for the central open plaza to be shaded from the scorching summer sun, hence propagating its usability.

114 Avenue, Gurgaon

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