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Yamunotri - Mixed Use Development, Noida

Client: Madhvilata Granites, Mumbai - India
Architect: WS Atkins and Partners Overseas, Dubai - UAE
Completion: 2016

The building complex is located in Noida, a modern, fast-growing ambitious suburb of New Delhi. The project sets new standards in quality, complexity and design on the Indian market. It consists of two towers with a maximum height of 288 m, 7 pebble-shaped building volumes and a transparent construction connecting with a 20m high vertical facade. In addition, the front face is bonded by an almost 500m long, wave-like roof. All building parts are built-up of free-formed volumes. Computer-aided programming Allows the complex geometries of the tower façade to be implemented with rectangular planar elements. The free-formed volumes of the plinth base are composed of triangular, partially opaque and partially transparent elements. The buildings will be designed to achieve the LEED Gold status Which, in addition to the high geometric and architectural requirements, thus involve Appropriate technical solutions.




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Site prep works under way back in January 2012:

 

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India101, add the height of the second tower too. That second tower is 220 meters tall ( source - SSC india thread )...so basically its two towers above 200 meters.
 

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A couple new renders which show the hotel logos on the towers' facade -- source





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The Yamunotri Development sets a new precedent for 21st century architectural design in New Delhi, the Indian sub continent and across the world. Drawing its architectural inspiration from the mystical Yamunotri glacier situated in the Garhwal Himalayas, the development is an exquisite mixed- use development and every inch the epitome of 21st century architecture. It houses two high end five star hotels- St Regis and W Hotel from the Starwood Group, Offices and Luxury Retail Mall. Total built-up area is approximately four million sqft. The two hotels take up 60% of the total built-up area and the balance 40% is taken up by offices and the retail mall.

The building is located on a prime site in Noida, within the NCR (National Capita Region). The Hotel site is in Sector-44 at the beginning of Noida Expressway, Noida.

The tallest tower houses the St. Regis Hotel offering the best views. There are suites, penthouses, sky restaurants and a bar providing a life time experience to the visitors. The shorter tower houses W Hotel comprises of 50 floors. Thirty two floors above the podium are occupied by luxurious hotel rooms and the loft. The hotel will have six floors of serviced apartments.

The project is currently at Under Construction. {need pic to confirm}

Key Hotel Components

W Hotel
526 Key Luxury Hotel
56 Service Apartments
Five Restaurants

St. Regis
302 Key Luxury Hotel
Six Restaurants
43,000m² of “A” Grade Office Space
42,000m² of World Class Retail Space

The project is anticipated to achieve LEED Gold rating.
 

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India101, add the height of the second tower too. That second tower is 220 meters tall ( source - SSC india thread )...so basically its two towers above 200 meters.
Yes, Pals_RGB, you're correct.
India101, please add the second skyscraper of this project as well.
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The project incorporates towers of 288m and 220m in height, and a five-storey podium.
Mods update the thread title.

Nice find 101 :cheers2:
The project has received EC on 15th dec 2011. Proposed height of the tallest building is 288m or 63floors.

Source: SEIAA UP



As per the LinkedIn profile of a senior architect at Atkins, the shorter tower will be 220m tall:

Yamunotri Mixed Use Twin Tower Development, Noida, Delhi (Winner of Limited Design Competition)

A 380,000m2 development comprising a 550 key W Hotel with 6000 pax conference facility, a 300 key St. Regis Hotel, 60,000m2 office and a 500m long retail mall. The project incorporates towers of 288m and 220m in height, and a five-storey podium. It has been designed to obtain LEED Gold status, and is currently in the detailed design stage
 

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The building complex is located in Noida, a modern, fast-growing ambitious suburb of New Delhi. The project sets new standards in quality, complexity and design on the Indian market. It consists of two towers with a maximum height of ~270 m (ITS 288m), 7 pebble-shaped building volumes and a transparent connecting construction with a 20m high vertical facade. In addition, the front face is bonded by an almost 500m long, wave-like roof.

Most building parts are built-up of free-formed volumes. Computer-aided programming allows the complex geometries of the tower façade to be implemented with planar rectangular elements. The free-formed volumes of the plinth base are composed of triangular, partially opaque and partially transparent elements.

The buildings will be designed to achieve the LEED India Gold status which, in addition to the high geometric, architectural and safety (bomb blast) requirements, also involve appropriate technical solutions.

The details for all different facade types have been developed, ranging from vertical and inclined curtain wall to triangulated panels and ventilated natural stone and glass cladding. Structural glazing and glass canopies and roofs are foreseen for all represantative areas such as entrance lobbies.
Knippers Helbig - a German engineering firm has been roped in to provide 'Geometrical and technical development of building envelopes, roofs and facades' services in constructing this project:





facade system schematic? Click to view large-



..and 2 new renders from GJ group's website:



This one will assist us in seeing the development of the individual pebbles+towers on google earth's imagery whenever construction starts:
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No news about this for quite sometime.. i think this is on hold.

Btw this one is in Noida. So the thread title should be updated.
 
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