Client: Dharampal Satyapal

Status: Built

Size: 4,28,000 sq ft | 16 acres

The Factory and Office complex takes a holistic approach to architectural design by integrating energy conservation, occupant participation and economic performance as part of the building life-cycle to make it truly sustainable. A green roofscape composed of staggered undulating berms dominates the site - nothing is more welcoming than lush greenery in the harsh climate of the plains of north India. The low builtup requirement resulted in a built form and landscape shaped by laminar flow. The design of the complex is a marriage of traditional berming  techniques and contemporary technology to achieve sustainability. The design transcends the established program by looking at how environmental design can be demonstrative in terms of performance, production, and community building. The design cuts across social strata to engage the occupantsto not only fully enjoy the physical site but also gain a stake in the built environment.

DS Group Factory & Offices, Noida

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September 2016, Lecture
23rd September 2016: #StudioSession by Stefan Holst

Smart Step Session with Transsolar KlimaEngineering, Managing Partner & CEO Mr. Stefan Holst. Stefan leads Transsolar’s Munich team with his wide background in high-comfort, low-impact building concepts. This turned out to be a great learning opportunity to further our understanding of environmental design.

September 2016, Architizer
22nd September 2016: features Amarnath

"The brief was to re-design the pilgrimage by way of developing residential accommodation for the pilgrims and allied infrastructure facilities. The location of the site is in an avalanche-prone zone and the weather permits a very small window of only about 3 months each year is suitable for building activity."

September 2016, NDTV Prime
22nd September 2016:  NDTV Prime | Manit Rastogi

Are NGT orders against developers pushing the real estate sector into a chaos? Developers allege that no construction can begin without taking the green clearances from the competent authorities. NGT rulings, according to developers have made the buyers wary and have hit business badly. Who’s on the right? Catch Manit Rastogi ...