Grandus

Commercial Building




Feasibility Study



5m setback
FAR:2

6m setback
FAR:2.48

7m setback
FAR:2.86

8m setback
FAR:2.66


9m setback
FAR:2.7

10m setback
FAR:2.99

11m setback
FAR:2.67

12m setback
FAR:2.7

X Ground Floor
X Ground Floor
X Ground Floor
X Ground Floor
X Ground Floor
X Ground Floor
X Ground Floor
X Ground Floor

Aspirations



Pedestrian

  A pause from Chaos

  Relief

  Sense of Curiosity

  Visual Appreciation

  Attention to Detail from crudeness

Occupant

  Great workspace

  Proximity to Nature

  Sense of Pride

  Hassle free

Builder

  Accomplishment

  Appreciation for the Brand

  Appreciation of Value of Property

  Sense of Pride

Neighbor

  Value addition to the neighbourhood

  Visually pleasing

  Appreciation of neighbourhood

  Relief


Work Space





Unconventional Work Areas

This design trend was spearheaded by the millennial generation and their Preference for open spaces, collaborative work environments, and the atypical. Offices all over the world are adopting these new and unorthodox working and Meeting spaces to attract young talent and make working spaces more fun and Synergistic.




Dynamic Spaces

The Dynamic Spaces trend has emerged as one of the most popular design trends Over the past 2-3 years. Dynamic Spaces means "marked by usually continuous and Productive activity or change."
Dynamic spaces are moveable, constantly fluctuating, engaging, and can transform a space for company parties and activities to traditional conference rooms or meeting areas. Dynamic spaces offer the opportunity for businesses to be more creative with their space.




Sustainability

Workplaces will further be looking at reducing energy consumption and greenhouse emissions through improving buildings and office designs. Practices around recycling, re-use and telecommuting.




Technology Integration

With a technologically enabled office setup, employees can work smarter and faster, both of which are equally beneficial for business. The usage of BMS, Occupancy Sensors, Lighting design etc.



Vistas



Views at 25m height


Views towards eastern edge of the site

Views towards the south-west corner of the site

Views towards the south edge of the site


Views at 12m height


Views towards the eastern edge from the site

Views towards the western edge from the site

Views towards the northern edge from the site



Side Edges



The existing pedestrian path along the south edge

The existing pedestrian path along the south edge

Feeder road towards
the west edge

Vacant land towards
the east edge



Site Analysis




Urban Integartion





Massing Strategy



The Site

Buildable area after leaving all round setbacks

Built mass capped at the restricted height of 27m


Floorwise distribution of area, deriving the built form

Keeping the south and east transparent.Scooping out mass in the south-east to create breakout spaces

The breakout balconies are alternated and the south and east faces revealed to the resulting built form


Location

Grandus

Floor Plans

Ground Floor
Ground Floor
First Floor
First Floor
Office Floor Zoning
Office Floor Zoning
Typical Floor
Typical Floor
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X First Floor
X Office Floor Zoning
X Typical Floor


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