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Army Rowing Node / KSA Architects

  • Architects: KSA Architects
  • Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India
  • Architect In Charge: Nemish Shah, Kumarpal Kothari
  • Design Team: Pierre Michael, Mili Parekh
  • Area: 8000.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Photographs: Nemish Shah

© Nemish Shah © Nemish Shah © Nemish Shah © Nemish Shah

Suzlon One Earth Global Corporate Headquarters / Christopher Benninger

  • Architects: Christopher Benninger
  • Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India
  • Project Year: 2009
  • Photographs: A. Ramprasad Naidu

© A. Ramprasad Naidu © A. Ramprasad Naidu © A. Ramprasad Naidu © A. Ramprasad Naidu

Samundra Institute of Maritime Studies / Christopher Charles Benninger Architects

  • Architects: Christopher Charles Benninger Architects
  • Architect In Charge: Prof. Christopher Benninger
  • Design Team: Daraius Choksi, Harsh Manrao, Shivaji Karekar, Akshay Modhak, Sujit Kothiwale, Neha Kothiwale, Shalaka Vaidya, Kshitija Parmar, Madhvi Bhuradia, Noel Jerald, Er. Rahul Sathe
  • Area: 21,500 sqm
  • Project Year: 2007
  • Photographs: A. Ramprasad Naidu

© A. Ramprasad Naidu © A. Ramprasad Naidu © A. Ramprasad Naidu © A. Ramprasad Naidu

The Heritage School / Madhav Joshi and Associates

  • Architects: Madhav Joshi and Associates
  • Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India
  • Architect In Charge: Madhav Joshi
  • Design Team: Ketan Kulkarni, Amit Pimple, Alok Sabne, Neha Khaire
  • Area: 6200.0 sqm
  • Photographs: Courtesy of Madhav Joshi and Associates

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Construction Begins for MVRDV's Future Towers

© MVRDV
© MVRDV

Currently under construction Future Towers, a vertical city proposed by MVRDV, is part of the first phase of Amanora Apartment City. The design of 1,068 apartments & public amenities, as a part of a large scale housing development with a total of 400,000 sqm comprising 3,500 apartments is a response to the demand for housing in the rapidly growing city of Pune, India. The competition for the Future Towers design was won by MVRDV in November 2009. This is MVRDV’s first project in India presented to the public, who are currently also working on a range of projects in Mumbai and Bangalore. Architects: MVRDV Project Management: Northcroft MEP: Neilsoft Structural Design: J+W