Aamby Valley, Mumbai
– Scope of Work : Design
– Area : 750 acres
– Commencement: 1995
– Status: Built
– Location: Lonavla, Maharashtra, India
– Category: Township
From Concept to Master planning and Detailing of magnificent seven hundred fifty acres of Aamby valley city. It has been a detailed experience of seeing an architect’s paradise getting implemented on land
Aamby valley city, the first of its kind megapolis, spread over more than ten thousand undulating acres of verdant expanse, is snugly nestled amidst picturesque environs of the great Sahayadri Mountain Range.
Aamby Valley is India’s first Planned, Self-contained aspirational city, remarkable for its unsurpassed grandeur and plush signature features.
Planning the township began with a team of only 8 architects and engineers. Designing and drafting the first few acres was a herculean task. All drawings were hand-drawn to scale along with hand-painted sketches.
The concept behind the club house was imagining turtles swimming in a water body. With a time constraint of 90 days, the dome structures were built using sandwiched polycarbonate sheets. The domes appear to be floating over water which are connected to each other with small walkover bridges.