The project is designed to portray a modern IT-enabled, energy efficient and environment-friendly, state-of-the art, functional building.
“Winner of National Design Competition”
The project is designed to portray a modern IT-enabled, energy efficient and environment-friendly, state-of-the art, functional building. The site is located in a corporate zone surrounded by impressive bold structures. To break the monotony, the built mass is tilted at an angle of 45 degrees to increase the visibility of the building. At the same time, the building has a minimal footprint at the ground level to maximize area for landscaping. The FAR has been completely utilized by increasing the floor plate area as the building rises. The projections keep a check on the penetration of the harsh solar sun on the southern face of the building as well. The meticulously planned narrow floor plates ensure that the maximum floor area avails of the natural light with a minimal dependence on artificial source of light in the daytime. A combination of features like special grade of glass, metal louvers and the adequately positioned overhangs check the solar glare and the heat intake in the building.
Project Name - HPGCL
Location - Panchkula
Client - Haryana Power Generation Corporation Ltd
Built-up Area - 6,500 sq.m
Cost of Project - 22 Crores
Year of completion - 2010