Architecture design works by Rahul mehrotra.

Oct 16, 2019

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KMC Corporate Office in Hyderabad

Cyber city, located in Hyderabad, uses the concept of double skin as a dynamic priority in the corporate building, as well as the screen which makes the air insert into the building to make it cool for evaporation. The inner core of the building is a strong concrete frame with standard aluminum windows. The outer fa├žade includes custom cast aluminum trails, which have hydrogen trays and drip irrigation, which are integrated for the development of different species of plants. In trellis, there is an integrated mixing system for controlling and regulating the amount of water released by plants, and it is used in hot and windy summer months in Hyderabad, to cool the building or to clean the dust lid.

Hathigaon in Jaipur

The housing project for mahouts and their elephants is located at the Hathigaon Amber Palace and on the Fort near Jaipur. The design strategy included the setting of a landscape for the first time, which was destroyed by the use of local sand suppliers as a salt sapling, which was created to create a series of reservoirs for the rain erosion, because it is the most important tool in Rajasthan's desert environment. . With the resources of the water, a broad tree plantation program was undertaken with sowing of the site to spread local species.

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Tata Institutes of Social Sciences Rural Campus in Tuljapur

Tata Institute of Social Sciences Mumbai, India is a multi-campus public fund research university. TISS is Asia's oldest organization for professional social education and Sir Dorabji has established the Tata Graduate School of Social Work by the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust in 1936 in Bombay Presidency of British India. In 1944, this organization was officially named as the Tata Institute of Social Science and in 1964; the Indian government declared TIS as DIMD University under section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956.

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Visitor Center at CSMVS in Mumbai

Visitor center Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj is situated on the entrance to the Vastu Sangrahal, formerly the Grade I heritage structure in Mumbai, Prince of Wales Museum. Contemporary structure extends on the footprint of an existing multi-purpose hall, and is a part of the expansion plan for this prestigious urban landmark. This center caters to various programming tasks, including the integration of luggage collection and storage, ticketing and safety, as well as a museum shop, two hundred seat auditorium and the remaining rooms.