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Waves Tower, Worli, Mumbai, India 
Tuesday 15 Jan 2008
 
Making waves in Mumbai 
 
Sanjay Puri Architects 
 
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18/09/09 Drona, Mumbai
Gr8 project. Has the construction started?
 

Sanjay Puri Architects take inspiration from the ocean in new residential development 

The building form is derived from the outline of the crests of the waves of the sea. Linear undulating balconies traverse the length of this residential apartment building offering unrestricted views of the sea to each of the apartments.
Four blocks with apartments varying from 2000 sq.ft. to 6000 sq. ft are connected together rising from 40 storeys towards the land end up to 80 storeys towards the sea front. The fluid balcony decks that undulate along the length extend further out at upper levels to create sky gardens overlooking the sea.
The tower is significant not only because of its size, but its location. It will be built in Worli, one of Mumbai’s most expensive neighborhoods, on a piece of land jutting out into the Indian Ocean that will soon be spanned with Mumbai’s massive Bandra-Worli Sealink project.

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Sanjay Puri Architects
www.sanjaypuriarchitects.com

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