Client: Tribeca Trump

Status: In Progress

Size: 12,50,000 sq ft | 2.8 acres

The Trump Towers in Gurugram are set to become the tallest twin towers in North India soaring to a height of 200 metres. This landmark project aims to redefine the luxury housing typology in India by infusing the essence of bungalow living into a vertical format. The site, the main determinant of the built form, overlooks a golf course on its western face, this posed a challenge of harsh solar ingress. The design morphology is achieved by breaking down the rectilinear form into two tower blocks – which are further articulated to create a six-tower form. This helps open up the apartments on all of their faces, providing panoramic views of the city, while huge verandah-like balconies cut-off the West sun. The luxury and opulence associated with quintessential bungalow living are recreated with the help of double-heighted free-flowing spaces, articulated terraces, private lift lobbies and panoramic views overlooking the Golf Course. Besides the residential towers, multiple recreational facilities have been provided, including a club featuring an Olympic size all-weather elevated infinity pool. The Trump Towers establish a unique identity by altering the genre of residential housing with their use of a high-performance façade. This fully unitized system that is wind and water proof, incorporates daylighting, solar heat gain control, ventilation and space conditioning whilst catering to much-needed structural stability in a high-risk seismic zone.

Trump Towers, Gurgaon

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