An International Convention Centre proposal by Yazdani Studio of Cannon Design in Bangalore, India. The feature of this project is how the architect transformed India’s traditional industry – silk weaving into architecture and created a series of spatial sequences in this project.
The architectural concept also based upon the ideas of layering and weaving, places the large open elements of the convention centre atop one another. This approach allows for the most generous assignment of open space and landscaped areas on the site. The interplay of open and enclosed spaces at multiple levels creates a rich experiential fabric, maximizing the use of daylight along perimeter areas, and offering the kind of breathing space required in concert with busy programmed areas. Interwoven within these spaces is a dynamic structural expression that gives the Centre its special international signature.
The two hotels rise as distinctive counterpoints to the horizontal flow of the convention centre. A series of moveable balcony screens provide a varied composition at each floor. Openings reveal the courtyards within and visually connect the interior landscape with the multi-level gardens. Its path across and through the site creates the potential for a richly choreographed sequence of experiences for the International Convention Centre in Bangalore.
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Architect: Yazdani Studio of Cannon Design
Project: Bangalore International Convention Centre
Location: Bangalore, India