used to. By using rural methods of construction and easily available materials from the region the buildings will be constructed very economically while being sustainable.
This methodology of construction will allow the buildings to be made within a fractional cost of typical concrete and brick construction.
With an envisaged cost of only 12 Euros per sq. ft., the building typology will relate to the climate, the people and simultaneously be eco-friendly and sustainable using materials procured within a two km radius from the site.
Several such traveller facilities are proposed to be built over the next two years along these new highways, giving impetus to building sustainably and reviving age old methods of construction in the Indian subcontinent.
ClientGujarat Tourism Board
Gross Floor Area (mq)850
ArchitectsSANJAY PURI ARCHITECTS
Design teamSanjay Puri, Ishveen Bhasin
Photo CreditsSANJAY PURI ARCHITECTS
Curriculum studio / partecipanteSanjay Puri , the Principal Architect of Sanjay Puri Architects, India has been a speaker and a judge at numerous international architecture events including the LEAF & WAF.
His firm founded in 1992, has won 134 international architecture awards including 6 Chicago Athenaeum Awards, 10 WAF Awards, 17 World Architecture Community U.K Awards, the LEAF , 5 Architizer Awards, 3 Hospitality Design Awards, 14 MIPIM Awards and several more.
His firm has successfully completed over 600 projects totaling over 60 million square feet.
Sanjay Puri and his firm of 72 architects now, continue their quest for creating sustainable design, charting new territories of spatial perception simultaneously imbibing the intrinsic values of Indian heritage & culture within their design solutions.
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