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The Camellias in Gurugram, Haryana

8 November 2021

Design: Rockwell Group

Location: Haryana, northern India

The Camellias in Gurugram, Haryana, North India lighting

The Camellias in Gurugram, Haryana, North India

India’s leading property developer, DLF unveils The Camellias Club: a world-first for the global real estate market

India’s largest real estate developer, DLF officially unveils The Camellias Club: one of the largest wellbeing and leisure residential facilities in the world: a futuristic urban oasis for residents of DLF’s new super-luxury residence The Camellias in Gurugram, India.

The Camellias Club is the vision of six of the very best designers from across the world: a communal experience centered around holistic wellness, far exceeding the standards of most five-star luxury hotels.

The Camellias in Gurugram, Haryana, North India pool

The onset of the global pandemic has reshaped urban living, highlighting the importance of wellbeing, community and sustainable living. And so the launch of The Camellias – the first sustainable super luxury residential development in India – and its Club, as a unique hub that supports the health and wellbeing of residents, could not be more relevant.

From the outset, sustainability has been a guiding principle at The Camellias. It is India’s first residential development to be awarded the LEED Platinum Certification by the US Green Building Council for its sustainability and energy conservation effort. Further still, DLF is the only Indian real estate company listed on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index.

The Camellias in Gurugram, Haryana, India lighting

This careful and considered approach is evident throughout the Camellias development: solar power significantly reduces energy consumption, all green areas – including the golf course – are entirely irrigated by recycled treated water, and over 100 mature trees (which were due to be felled in other parts of the city) were transplanted to a new home at The Camellias. These trees form part of the 25,000 carefully-preserved mature trees in the wider DLF5 Golf Links neighbourhood: an area that has the largest diversity of migratory birds in the region.

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DLF worked with Shawn Sullivan, Partner and Studio Leader at Rockwell Group on the architectural and interior design of The Club. Jay Wright, CEO of The Wright Fit is behind state-of-the-art fitness centre; Ingo Schweder, Founder of GOCO Hospitality designed the spa; Arnold Chan, Founder of Isometrix Lighting + Design delivered the lighting design; and Gerdo Aquino, Co-CEO of SWA Group designed the landscape architecture. All worked closely with the principal architect of The Camellias, Architect Hafeez Contractor.

The Camellias in Gurugram, Haryana, North India building

The premise of The Camellias Club was to create a 160,000 sq ft elevated living space at the heart of The Camellias community. True to this vision, the bi-level clubhouse comprises seven ‘energy zones’: Active (the fitness centre/gym), Social (the ballroom, many restaurants and retail proposition), Regenerative (the indoor and outdoor pools), Renewed (the spa), Creative (the performance hall), Competitive (the bowling alley, karaoke, games room) and Relaxed (the yoga and Pilates studios and meditation garden).

Inspired by the vital energies, these seven zones encourage a connection with self, others and the natural world in what is undoubtedly the most imaginative bi-level Club space created anywhere in the world and, more importantly, one which has environmentally sustainability at the very core.

The Camellias in Gurugram, Haryana, India landscape

The Camellias Club innovatively blends this sense of connectedness and community with an unprecedented level of service and world-class amenities, on a scale like no other:

• The 30,000 sq ft spa features a 25m heated indoor pool, jacuzzies, vitality pool, floatation pool, salt room, steam room, snow room, sauna, floatation room, Hammam room, Rhassoul room, therapy rooms (each with a sunken garden), a hair salon and barber shop

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• The 12,000 sq ft fitness centre is the first project of this scale undertaken outside of the US by the critically-acclaimed Wright Fit. The gym features the full range of top-of-the-line equipment (think: inclined treadmills, skill bikes, TRX facilities) alongside a professional boxing ring, rockclimbing wall, Pilates studio and yoga room (complete with private sunken courtyard garden offering rainwater experiences on warm days and hammocks for aerial yoga). The outdoor fitness offering includes an all-weather sports field, mini soccer field, tennis courts, squash courts and plastic-free children’s play area

Gurugram, Haryana, India indoor swimming pool

• The clubhouse is home to five F&B outlets that includes a multicuisine restaurant, two bars, a patisserie and boulangerie, and a health café & juice bar, each offering a curated, globallyinspired dining experience. The main restaurant, Meros (Greek for ‘part’) is more akin to a series of restaurants in terms of its design and offers a variety of cuisines – including continental, Indian and Asian – al-fresco dining and three private dining rooms (one a Chef’s Studio). Residents also have use of a piano bar, French-style boulangerie and brasserie, juice bar and sports bar, which plays hosts to top DJs and live-bands at weekends. For private functions there is the ballroom and performance hall: the latter hosting movie screenings, theatre, recitals and talks

Gurugram, Haryana, India spa interior design

• The clubhouse also has plenty by way of entertainment: a four lane bowling alley, games lounge, karaoke lounge, cigar room and The Den (a private poker and card room)

• A business centre and a luxury retailspace inside the club. And and areas such as crèche, medical facilities, library, art gallery, gourmet grocery store and some more lifestyle retail points in the promenade of the tower lobbies.

Fluid transitions between the interior and exterior of the clubhouse maintain a connection with the natural world that surrounds and The Camellias’ residential towers:

• A monumental 1.3 acre water garden – itself divided into five fan-shaped reflecting pools – creates the sensation of walking on water and perfectly reflects the starry skies of an evening

• The seven landscaped roofs of The Club are shaped to signify the petals of a camellia flower when seen from the residences

• A small orchard of lemon and lime trees offers a shady spot for a stroll

• A sculpture and art garden will soon host exhibitions

• An amphitheatre will champion the performing arts

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The feeling of fluidity and calm is enhanced by the use of finely-crafted natural materials and organic elements throughout the design. In the lobby of The Club, a dramatic bronze and marble spiral staircase creates a theatrical entrance, while a grand fluid chandelier cascades like rain and a leafy interior courtyard opens to the sky.

Gurugram, Haryana, India staircase design

Located in the highly sought-after millennium city Gurugram, The Camellias Club is unquestionably the first of its kind in the world in terms of scale, amenities, facilities and service. The Camellias sets a new standard for sustainable luxury living in India and is one of the most exciting and coveted residential addresses in the country. Credited with bringing the concept of super luxury condominium living to India, DLF has created an exceptional living and working space in this new city, redefining not only the way real estate looks at luxury, but also how luxury looks at real estate.

Aakash Ohri, Group Executive Director and Chief Business Officer at DLF Home Developers Ltd. says:
“The Camellias Club spans an impressive 160,000 sq ft of space and, within this, we have brought together a range of amenities and services that outclass most such Clubs anywhere in the world. Fine dining sits along cutting-edge fitness and wellness facilities and cleverly-designed entertainment and retail spaces: all with exemplary sustainability credentials. The Club is designed with its community in mind: an extension of the residences and a second home for those that live there: discerning, international families of all ages.”

For more information please visit The Camellias website here and follow on Instagram @thecamelliasofficial

The Camellias in Gurugram, North India

The Camellias

Nestled within DLF5 Golf Links, The Camellias is the latest residential offering in the company’s acclaimed portfolio ofsuper luxury residencesthat willredefine life at the topmost rungs of the luxury ladder. It builds on the unqualified success of The Magnolias and takes the experience many levels higher.

The Camellias assimilates stunning architecture, breath-taking landscape design and the most evolved and sophisticated technologies, sustainable practices, facilities, amenities and service. The residences overlook 200 acres of the fresh green DLF Golf & Country Club, extending towards the horizon with 1,000 acres of the Aravali forests.

The Camellias Tower Porte Cochère:
The Camellias Tower Porte Cochère

The Camellias is India’s first residential development to be accredited with the LEED Platinum certification by the US Green Building Council for its sustainability and energy conservation efforts. The spectacular views take in the lush internal central landscape, manicured greens, two golf courses and the linear park winding around the DLF Golf & Country Club on one side and the glittering city skyline on the other.

With 9 towers containing 429 units with one unit perfloor,the sizes of the residencesrange from 7,350 sq ft to 16,290 sq ft approximately. It also houses some of the largest and most luxurious penthouses in the country, with 12 penthouses of 13,000 sq ft and 2 penthouses of 16,000 square feet.

The Camellias Show Apartment living room:
The Camellias Show Apartment living room

DLF Ltd.

DLF is India’s leading real estate developer and has more than seven decades of track record of sustained growth, customer satisfaction, and innovation. DLF has developed 153 real estate projects and developed an area of approximately 330 million square feet. DLF Group has 215 msf (approx.) of development potential acrossresidential and commercialsegment. The group has an annuity portfolio of over 35 msf (approx.). DLF is primarily engaged in the business of development and sale of residential properties (the “Development Business”) and the development and leasing of commercial and retail properties (the “Annuity Business”).

DLF Limited, has been recognised as an index component of the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices(DJSI) in Emerging markets category. This recognition demonstrates DLF’s track record for its governance, social and environmental initiatives. While DLF is the only real estate company from India to be included in the DJSI index, it joins the ranks of just 11 companies from India to be recognised for the benchmark for Corporate Sustainability, it also received 16 Sword of Honour awards – by British Safety Council 2020 – the highest number received by any company globally in a single year.

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