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Silverglades at Gurugram by Design Forum International

Silverglades at Gurugram by Design Forum International

The development shares its contextual presence with ITC Laburnum, MG Road, a 500-metre distance from the nodal IFFCO Chowk metro station and the affluent Sector-29 neighbourhood. The impetus that leads the project’s development is along the lines of intrinsic detail-orientation and conscious space-utilization. – Design Forum International

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Gulf Adiba : forward looking design establishing creativity, innovation and well being, at Gurugram, Haryana, India, by Design Forum International

Gulf Adiba : forward looking design establishing creativity, innovation and well being, at Gurugram, Haryana, India, by Design Forum International

Located in suburban NCR within proximity of South and West Delhi and very close to the International airport, Gulf Adiba is a proposed IT/ ITES office complex located in Udyog Vihar Phase II, Gurgaon. Just 1km off the National Highway 8, the building is aptly positioned on a 4000 sqm industrial plot within a dense office complex site comprising of another similar milieu. – Design Forum International

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Skywalk at ITO - Design Forum International

The Skywalk at ITO, New Delhi – Whose design is it anyway?

The much-touted skywalk at ITO, New Delhi was recently inaugurated and made open for public use. But there is also a controversy surrounding it. No, not the one about why AAP was kept away from the inauguration. This is about the allegations of plagiarism and professional misconduct.

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G D Goenka School, Sarita Vihar, new Delhi

G. D. Goenka School, Sarita Vihar, Delhi, by Design Forum International

The two-acre site sits on a fairly busy road, which mandated a pre-requisite of a sound-proof building and as a result with a brief of being completely air-conditioned as well. One acre of the total site area is demarcated for the sports facilities, and the remaining 1 acre was intended to accommodate the academic facilities and the parking for the 14 in-house school buses. To enable this parking for buses in order to create a safe boarding system for the children, the entire built volume is therefore lifted up on the stilts and the setback area is used to park the buses in straight files in a manner by which the children can queue up in straight files in the stilted areas. – Design Forum International

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