The design expression is envisioned as bold street furniture amidst its residential surroundings, making it a contributor to the skyline of Gurgaon.
The facility houses the clinical treatment rooms of the various services and spaces to run spa and rejuvenation programmes. Visitors are welcomed into warm and well lit spaces that complement the pastel and muted undertones of the interior finishes.
The first floor primarily houses in-patient rooms towards the front, with a double skin façade along the South to minimise heat gain in summer. The rear section of the floor plan includes more controlled functions such as operating rooms while the second floor houses rejuvenation and Ayurveda therapy rooms and a small cafe with a semi-open terrace for visitors to enjoy a post treatment coffee.
The contemporary flooring is a two toned, semicircular pattern which guides the visitors in the corridors and common areas, maintaining visual interest throughout the space to assist newcomers in wayfinding.
Intended to be more than a mere facelift, the design makes way for a well-nurtured concept to come to life through the built form; the façade detailing with definitive curves and the juxtaposition of textures helps to amplify the design’s starkness amidst its context.