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Old October 29th, 2005, 01:32 PM   #1
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New Infosys Development Campuses in India

Indian company Infosys, one of the leaders of the outsourcing trend, is building many new development campuses in India, and a couple in China.

The designs have been gradually released to the public in the last couple months are all in the approved planning state now, and construction has not yet started.

As more and more of these campuses sprout up, the designs become more and more unique.

They are all done by one of India's most famous archiects, Hafeez Contractor.




First, the Chinese ones:

Infosys, Hang Zhou, China (2 mildly different designs)





Infosys, Shanghai, China
















And in India:

Infosys Technologies Software, Chandigarh





Infosys Campus, Chandigarh





Infosys Campus, Mysore





Infosys Progeon, Bangalore



Infosys Convention Centre, Bangalore





Infosys Office, Bangalore







Infosys Office, Bangalore









Infosys Campus, Mangalore





Infosys Campus, Pune















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Old October 29th, 2005, 01:45 PM   #2
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Many are starting construction soon.


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NRN is not just a software architect

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Wednesday, July 20, 2005 11:04:51 pm

BANGALORE: Do Narayana Murthy and photography go together? Going by the “concrete” results, they sure do.

The Infosys chairman and chief mentor has his say and signature on all its new office buildings. “I travel 25 days a month and whenever I come across something that is arresting or striking, I photograph it. It stays on my mind and when we are coming up with new plans for our campuses, we use these as a base, work on these to suit our needs and create something which is completely different and innovative,” says Murthy.

The software complex for 1,600 engineers coming up in Pune looks like a next-generation spaceship taking off and will be ready by the end of this year. Another in Mysore which draws on the principles of origami (the Japanese art of folding paper) will also be ready by this year-end for 2,500 employees. ]The ones coming up in the Electronics City campus at Bangalore and in Hyderabad look like scenes right out of Star Trek. Each facility has a 2,500-strong capacity and will be launched next year.

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In a month, Infosys has over 200 overseas visitors including state dignitaries, country representatives, potential clients, current clients and various faculty members from business schools.

From a mere three-building structure 10 years ago, the Electronics City campus has now 40 buildings housing 14,000 software engineers. And, the latest one, designed by Murthy and Hafeez Contractor has all the trappings of sci-fi movie set.

Interestingly, the largest convention centre which will have a capacity of 3000 people, the largest in the city, is also coming up here.
And with Murthy’s ideas executed, it’s bound to have an out-of-the-world look.

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Old October 29th, 2005, 04:15 PM   #3
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WOW, innovative designs. Hopefully more companies like Infosys do good jobs with their campuses instead of the typical blue-glass 5-10 story building you normally see. I'm sure that Indian pharmaceutical companies will need bigger places in the future too.
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Old October 30th, 2005, 02:09 AM   #4
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Amazing projects!
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are these for real? some of them look over the top and a bit fanciful.
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wow, these are really futuristic!
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