Arista by ARK

Ar. Reza Kabul
Tuesday 21 Apr 2015

A key landmark in Mumbai's skyline

Arista is nestled in the suburbs of Mumbai and rises 45 stories to become a key landmark on the city’s skyline. A serpentine landscape wraps around the building’s entry level plaza and up onto the podium level recreation areas.

The three wings of the podium are designed with the latest amenities for comfort and leisure. The club house contains a multipurpose hall, an auditorium, swimming pools on both the ground level and the open top of the podium, yoga and meditation area and a health club with a spa, Jacuzzi, steam and massage rooms.

The garage area has built in washing stations as well as car charging stations for the new generation of electric cars. Bike and jogging paths are also integrated into the landscape design to encourage alternative forms of transportation and fitness.

Active sustainable strategies used in the tower include rain water harvesting, a sewage treatment plant and the use of recycled water for sanitation and landscape irrigation. Though restricted horizontally this has not stopped ARK in reaching the high end luxury apartments by simply covering the aspects vertically.

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Residential
Architecture
India

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