The India Tower is a 60-story skyscraper in Mumbai that could be the greenest in India. The developer is aiming to get a LEED gold rating for the project. The tower’s unusual rotated design was created by FXFOWLE architects. Each rotated section of the tower has a different use: a retail section, a Park Hyatt hotel, and a section of condominiums.
Designed to have the least possible impact on the environment, the tower will integrate current innovative sustainable systems and technologies throughout the building – solar shading, natural ventilation, daylighting, rainwater harvesting, and green interior finishes and materials. Construction is underway and should be done in 2010.
Via: Luxist and World Architecture News
5 thoughts on “The Greenest Skyscraper In India?”
its look like that four different size block stands 1 by 1
it is too good
i know rite its so cool
it is amazing
Maybe this can be an opportunity to contact the ARCHITECTS and Egnineer involved in the project.