Client: ITC Hotels

Status: Built

Size: 40,000 sq ft | 3.7 acres

The pavilions are laid out in the gardens as per the programmatic division of three zones viz. Public Areas (Banquets and other facilities), Private Areas (Guest rooms and ancillary areas) and Semi-Private Areas such as the Swimming Pool, Deck, etc. The built mass is positioned longitudinally as per these zones in the form of strips, and overlaying of these striations creates interesting spaces and views. With respect to the site topography and terrain, the built form is carved out in concurrence with the existing site environment. A splendid Indian Banyan tree with sage like tresses stands in the heart of the site in all its glory. The public spaces are centered around this tree, making it a focal point within the entire built structure. The linear, pavilion form enhances the best views around the tree, and is optimized to activate the spillover spaces that surround it. The interior design in turn, exemplifies the initial ideas and design principles and hence is immensely minimal by way of the palette and features employed. This approach lends itself to a more wholesome product where the insides are derived from the outside instead of them reading as two disparate entities.

ITC Park Boulevard (Fortune), New Delhi

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December 2016, World Architecture Community Infosys
8th December 2016: World-Architecture Community 

"Iconicism of Sustainability: Morphogenesis took this opportunity to test if a development of this scale could be net zero on water, energy and waste to landfill, with a future aim to develop a model for sustainable master-planning for larger sites.”- Infosys Campus Mihan

December 2016, Homify Traveler's House
8th December 2016: Homify.in| Traveler’s House

“It can simply be described as an elegant understated house that is experiential in nature and its architectural wonder lies in the subtle juxtapositions of spatial relationships that reveal themselves over time.”

December 2016, Archilovers Delhi Nullahs
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Archilovers.com, the social network for architects and designers from all around the world recently features Morphogenesis' initiative to transform 350km long, contiguous Nullahs in Delhi into eco-corridors.