Contemporary Architecture Of Grove Towers Mumbai. Project By 3XN’s In India is upcoming High-rise. Architectural innovation come up nowadays in Mumbai India.
Architect of Grove towers Mumbai is propose different kind of elevation. Experimental and green building concept. So, here we are see step by step building evolution process and its importance.
Modern Marvel Grove Towers Mumbai Inspired By Foliage Of Local Mangrove Trees
Project Introduction and Design Derivation :
Actually Grove Towers Mumbai is first project by 3XN’s in India. The concept of Grove Towers Mumbai and its aesthetics. Inspired by foliage of local mangrove trees.
The 136 mt. Grove Towers Mumbai are design and interweave. Like lower floors will be retail developments and upper floors will be residential units. Grove Towers Mumbai is also known for the involvement of GXN. 3XN’s innovation unit, which took part in the design of the towers’ facade.
Grove Towers facade, which incorporates more than 2500 sq. mt. of vertical garden space. It will help reduce local CO2 levels. Inhibit direct sunlight in the apartments, and help natural ventilation.
It is hope that the building will meet LEED Gold certification. Here Kim Herforth Nielsen, Principal and Creative Director for 3XN, say:
“With this design for Grove Towers. we wanted to create something special for Mumbaikars and Ornate Spaces. Each time I visit, I am overwhelmed at how much I see the strength of community in all aspects of Indian life. I want this to be a vertical community that brings people together. And becomes a setting for growth and life.”
The Grove Towers will take about three years to complete construction.
3XN is one of the élite few who has worked inventive and enticing. To bring to fruition an edifice that will redefine the Mumbai skyline. Which will be a tribute to this indomitable city and its people.” said Vijay Machindar, the company’s managing director.
Project Fact File :
- Architects : 3XN
- Location : Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
- Managing Director : Vijay Machindar
- Chief Operating Officer : Abhimanyu Londhe
- 3XN Role : Design architect
- Principal And Creative Director : Kim Nielsen
- 3XN team : Kim Herforth Nielsen, Majbritt Lerche Madsen, Laura Wagner, Steffen Riegas. Kenn Clausen, Jack Renteria, Jan Sørensen, Sang Yeun Lee
- Executive Architect : Sandeep Shikre & Associates
- Client : Ornate Spaces Pvt. Ltd.
- Coordinator : Rajeev Kasat and Associates
- Engineering : Buro Happold Engineers (Mumbai)
- Number Of Units: 273 Apartments
- Height : 38 stories, 136 meters
- Year of starting : 2014
- Year of completion : 2017
- Photographs : 3XN
- Function : Housing, retail, amenity spaces, parking
- Gross Floor Area : 77.000 m2 plus 16.000 m2 basement
Project Highlights :
Sustainable Design Developments : The facade design shifts on each corner. From horizontal ‘leaf-shaped’ solar canopies to deep vertical fins. Which significant reduces direct solar radiation.
The many corners additionally provide the possibility of natural cross ventilation. To reducing the need for air conditioning on a daily basis. thus the project aims for LEED Gold certification.
With over 2500m² of vertical gardens at the building podium. the building lowers CO2 in Mumbai’s humid and congested environment. cleaning the air around it.
A Grove of Slender Trees Which Seemingly Braid Together
3XN’s design is inspire by the Indian nature and Mumbai’s mangroves.
The residential units are thoughtful laid out featuring views in at least two directions. most of which look out towards the mangroves to the North, and Indian Ocean to the West.
Just as clusters of mangrove stalks seemingly braid together at the base. The two towers in this mixed use development converge at the lower retail floors.
The building rises up to offer amenity spaces on the terraced podium. Including club house, gym and pool; to finally grow into the sky as a cluster of slender trees. Each person stem ending in a crown at different heights.
An Architectural Icon for Mumbai
On the junction between the busy Bhau Tatoba Toraskar Marg and New Link Road. Two clusters of slender towers rise upwards towards the sky over Mumbai.
Ref : 3XN, archdaily.com, dezeen.com,
The unique clusters with their distinctive facades of soft shaped sun visors. Green vertical gardens are destine to be the new iconic landmark in Andheri. Also, throughout Mumbai.