A central 1.8 acre open space with water features, meeting and seating areas defines the space composition. The configuration of office blocks minimizes impact on the main road and shields the central pedestrian space. Trees and softscape of park and open space proposed along the road edge filter noise and air of main road traffic and also add richness to the pedestrian experience.
Transparent – in and out
Double height entrance lobbies penetrate all three buildings opening towards central garden maintaining relationship with green and open space. The primary transparent glazed façade along garden face facilitates daylight penetration and create a reflecting envelope around central green extending the open space experience.
Designed for flexibility
Planned as three buildings with separate service cores – flexibility of functioning as single or multi-tenanted. Large elongated floor plates of 25,000 to 30,000 sft offer day light harvesting along garden face and help create a micro climate in between. Service spaces are positioned along outer perimeter to block harsh south and west sun and give homogeneous compositional appearance from outside.
Softening the visual
The building edges are curved to soften the visual impact on the surroundings. The built forms are given distinct identity on main road with strongly expressed staircase towers and curved termination of the office floor plates.
Amenities and functions
Shared amenities include two levels of F&B, gymnasium & crèche/child care.There is parking for 1897 cars planned in basements, stilt, MLCP & surface. There are multi-level greens – at podium, 6th floor, building 02/03/MLCP terraces.