Client: Thapar Builders

Status: Under Construction

Size: 2,50,000 sq ft | 1 acre

The client brief as provided, clearly stated the maximum built-up allowed to be constructed on site. A single tower rising
upto 103 mts. with individual lobbies on ground floor serves 21 storeys of housing apartments, whilst 4 storeys of Studio apartments separately stand in the middle of the landscape on a thin linear site. Internal roads on both sides of the tower provides entry and exit to two basements which are dedicated to parking and part stack parking and services. Planned with a small club and gymnasium for the residents of the building on top of tower, plus an infinity pool on terrace garden at the top that provides an unobstructed, beautiful view of the surroundings. Residential apartments have been designed with large fenestration for light and ventilation. The vertical fins on the tower act as a shading device for controlling direct sun into the rooms. The small available front & rear landscape provides a relief from the surrounding built up.Four 3 BHK units to a core as residential apartments with servant room and toilet is designed from a functional aspect. The Top four storeys have been provided with a function of studio apartments - 12 to a floor accessed by separate lobby.

The Arthah, Ghaziabad

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