Geometrical and technical development of building envelopes, roofs and facades made of glass, aluminum and natural stone
Madhvilata Granites
WS Atkins
New Delhi

The building complex is located in Noida, a modern, fast-growing ambitious suburb of New Delhi. The project sets new standards in quality, complexity and design on the Indian market.
It consists of two towers with a maximum height of ~270 m, 7 pebble-shaped building volumes and a transparent connecting construction with a 20m high vertical facade. In addition, the front face is bonded by an almost 500m long, wave-like roof.
Most building parts are built-up of free-formed volumes.
Computer-aided programming allows the complex geometries of the tower fa├žade to be implemented with planar rectangular elements.
The buildings are designed to achieve the LEED India Gold status which, in addition to the high geometric, architectural and safety (bomb blast) requirements, also involve appropriate technical solutions.
The details for all different facade types have been developed, ranging from vertical and inclined curtain wall to triangulated panels and ventilated natural stone and glass cladding.