Institutional and Public Building Design
Public buildings are an insight into the history and culture of the place. Public architecture is thus an extension to the identity of a city or town. At Chaukor Studio we are creating spaces which tend to create a macro impact on the people unique yet contextual buildings. Through our user centric design and strategically planned spaces we are creating public spaces that are transforming the way people are living and relating to their cities and regions.
Chaukor Studio is a design practice that aims to generate user-centric environments that are Unique, Experiential and Sustainable with a strong contextual backdrop.
Our philosophy of public architecture is derived through thoughtful use of proportions, patterns and textures inspired from nature; and form the fundamental framework of design aesthetics. Additionally, in-depth attention is given to planning and detail to generate effective and holistic office environments foe people to work.
In depth planning and social patterns are studied and incorporated in the design process to generate unique experiences and form user-centric spaces
Specific construction technologies and meticulous material selection process form part of the design process creating eco-sensitive forms and spaces
Natural proportions and complex geometric patterns form the framework of design process thus rendering a unique aesthetic design language
Institutional and Public Buildings : Selected Case-studies
Chaukor Studio has received multiple awards and recognition across various national and international media for its uniqueness in design approach. Following are some of the selected Public/Institutional design projects that have been published and awarded for their design excellence and innovative approach.
With a need to build up scientific temperament and instill the urge to grow & learn more, there is a requirement of a compelling and enabling environment that supplements this desire. The vision is to create a dynamic space for the young individuals at the interface of science and art.
A functional flow of psychological and physiological aspects is employed that determine the choices and decision of the people required to enable this vision.
Vriksh or the Tree protects and nurtures all life forms around it. This life giving and divine nature has led to the symbolic belief of “Tree of Life” and “Eternal Life”; a figure that provides and generates life. To honor and salute this ultimate sacrifice; the Tree of Life forms the fundamental building element of the memorial portraying divinity and eternal life.
Delhi metro serves as the bloodline of the city and has become a boon for all the people who commute daily. It has made commuting affordable, comfortable and safe. Large portion of daily commuters use Metro and it has led to a major decrease in the traffic congestion across the city. The Delhi Metro has consumed land with high real estate value, green spaces and public plazas, yet the space along the metro track remains underutilized.