Client: Thapar Builders

Status: Under Construction

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

The Arthah is a single tower at a height of 103 metres, standing in the middle of the landscape on a thin linear site. This residential development consists of individual lobbies on ground floor and serves 21 storeys of housing apartments, whilst top 4 storeys consist of studio apartments. Internal roads on both sides of the tower provide entry and exit to two basements which are dedicated to parking and ancillary services. Planned with a small club and gymnasium for the residents of the building on top of tower, along with an infinity pool and a terrace garden, provides unobstructed views of its surroundings. The apartments have been designed with large fenestrations for daylight and ventilation. The vertical fins on the tower act as a shading device for controlling direct sun into the rooms. The small pockets of landscape on the two ends of the site provide 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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