Piramal Realty, the real estate arm of the Piramal Group, has completed Phase 1 of its commercial project in Kurla, Mumbai – Agastya Corporate Park spread over 16.25 crores.
Anand Piramal, Executive Director, Piramal Group, said: “Agastya Corporate Park is a representation of the future of Mumbai’s commercial real estate industry. A destination where organisations can thrive amidst the outdoors, Agastya Corporate Park is envisaged to become a workspace of the future. With world-class amenities, stunning and stimulating décor and interiors, and a state-of-the-art façade, this commercial district will enable companies, employees, and retailers to be part of a truly dynamic and collaborative environment.”
The campus design, based on the principle of Biophilia, which seeks to connect human life and nature, integrates natural elements of light and ventilation to create a harmonious work environment that promotes well-being and efficiency within a progressive office campus with timeless architecture. The blend of articulated long elevations, aesthetic terracotta panels and glass is a conscious mix of modern and tradition to create a striking building façade and high-performance values. The double-glazed units with acoustic interlayer façade provides excellent thermal and noise insulation. Low rise buildings framing a large central garden, provide the perfect interplay between work and nature.
The interiors of the PEL offices were organized around the concept of how we live culturally and how the whole village is organized around the large central square, where there would be a well where people have a reason to come and meet. Then there are smaller street squares or nodes where people of different age groups would come to meet and mingle with each other. These are opportunities where people come to meet and build relationships.
The Corporate Park comprises three independent buildings that are connected by greenery. It is designed by Seattle-based Callison USA. BuroHappold managed the Structural & MEP Design services, while Belt Collins Singapore assisted in planning and design. L&T India and Turner India worked together on the construction of Agastya, while Lerch Bates oversaw vertical transportation.