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Delhi One by Woods Bagot

Architecture | September 8, 2015 |

001Image courtesy of Woods Bagot

Delhi One by Woods Bagot

Delhi One is a large scale mixed-use complex in Noida, a fast-developing, modern city located southeast of Delhi, India. Integrating four commercial office towers, three residential towers, a Four Seasons hotel, a mixed commercial office and hotel tower and two levels of world-class retail, Delhi One will be the signature address for Delhi’s 21st century ascendance as a world capital.

002Image courtesy of Woods Bagot

The landscape serves as the inspiration for the Delhi One project. The flows of the Yamuna River foodplain in which the project sits define the primary east-west grain of the site. These lines of movement and flow have been interpreted as ribbons, which move across the site, pushing, pulling and shaping buildings and landforms like the rocks and trees along the riverbank.

003Image courtesy of Woods Bagot

At the center of the site, the ribbons form a broad promenade which describes the longest east-west axis of the site and creates a dynamic sense of place. This central public space is anchored on either end by pairs of office towers, which serve as iconic gateways to the project. The three residential towers define the north face of the site and help to integrate the project with the adjacent residential neighbourhood to the north. A five-star hotel and mixed-use project define the southern edge of the site to maximize their urban presence, solar exposure and views.

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