Shah Orchid Villas Mumbai, Maharashtra Building Project News, Design Property Images, Architecture
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Contemporary Maharashtra Residential Development in India design THE FIRM, Architects
page updated 24 May 2019 ; 17 Apr 2009
Shah Orchid Villas
Location: Navi Mumbai, India
Date built: 2012
Design: THE FIRM, Architects
Promoter: SHAH GROUP BUILDERS AND INFRAPROJECTS LTD.
Category: Multi-Residential / Real Estate
Completion: the first phase of this Maharashtra residential development was due to complete by July 2009.
Stage: the construction for first phase development of 80 villas is ongoing.
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Location: Maharashtra, India, South Asia
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The Verandah House, Ranchodpura, Ahmedabad
Architecture: Modo Designs
photography : Bharat Aggarwal / Monika Sathe
New Property in Ahmedabad
This house is on the outskirts of Ahmedabad on a 4 acre land having dense flora, a lily pond and an existing outhouse having a vernacular typology. The new house was to be a permanent dwelling away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Hexalace, Mohali, Punjab, North West India
Architects: Studio Ardete
photograph : Ar.Purnesh Dev Nikhanj
New Building in Punjab
Hexalace is an open-plan commercial building made primarily for leasing purposes. In a tight commercial plot with challenging building norms, it became perceptible from the beginning that the concept would have to be manifested from the facade.
Taksila Roots Primary School, Akbarpur, Ambedkar Nagar, Uttar Pradesh
photograph : Andre J. Fanthome
Primary School in Akbarpur
It is a Primary school with Classes from Nursery to 5th Standard. + activity spaces etc. The building is set on one side of the rectilinear plot, leaving a larger chunk on the south for the playfield, tyre park, service block and the vehicular parking. The building is oriented parallel to the main road, with the longer facade towards the south/ south east.
Swabhumi Hotel & Cultural Complex, Kolkata
The site is a former landfill used by the city of Kolkata, which has now been detoxified. Given the extremely low bearing capacity of the land, the intent was to have a small structural footprint on the ground and have almost a tree-like spread as you go up.
Nariman Point, Mumbai
Design: Chapman Taylor
Vidyalankar Institute of Technology, Wadala
Architect: Planet 3 Studios Architecture Pvt. Ltd.
Vidyalankar Institute of Technology
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