‘Water-Droplet’ shaped building in India

The form of The Indra Tower is composed of different depths of the balconies on each floor.

Amazing 'Water-Drop' shaped building in India
The concept of The Indra Tower, is emerged from capturing the fluid state of which a single drop of water is freely dropping into water. Located in Dadar, Mumbai, the residential tower stands 300m tall. The total built up area (BUA) is 34,000.00sqm.

James Law Cybertecture
The form of the building is composed of different depth of the balconies on each floor. This gives variety to each unit and contains different characteristics on varying levels.

Amazing 'Water-Drop' shaped building in India
The building form is designed corresponding to the orientation of the view of the surroundings. The facade faces North West. Residents will enjoy broad sea view from each unit.

Amazing 'Water-Drop' shaped building in India
Sky club house is located on the roof of the building which promises an breathtaking view for the residents.

Amazing 'Water-Drop' shaped building in India
The major structural design of the Indra Tower is a combination of different structural systems. The tower can be divided into four parts and each of them is separated by a transfer plate respectively.

Amazing 'Water-Drop' shaped building in India
The car park podium part is a column and beam system in order to provide flexibility for car parking space.

James Law Cybertecture
The form of Indra Tower is smooth and in a streamline form as the droplet is in balance between gravity and dynamics before reaching into the water. Designed by ‘cybertecture’ architect, James Law the developer behind the project is Vijay Associates (Wadhwa) Developers.

James Law Cybertecture
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Courtesy: http://in.finance.yahoo.com

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jaswant jaiswal
    Apr 13, 2013 @ 14:34:53

    Very nice structure , Proud of India

    Reply

  2. vishnupriyan
    Jul 09, 2013 @ 12:03:55

    i need a design criteria for doing project

    Reply

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