Embracing sustainable design
Wherever possible, the design enables natural light to infiltrate the structure’s interiors, reinforcing the synergy between the interior and exterior. Lighting fixtures are designed to flow with the unique building shape and the use of linear lights as opposed to downlights increases the reach over workstations, enabling maximum “people comfort”.
Ceiling fans enable the free movement of natural air, thereby discounting the need for air-conditioning and creating an ambient temperature throughout the workspace. Additionally, in order to reduce the project’s carbon footprint, most of the materials and design elements used are made in India.
The “jewel box”
The “jewel box”, takes its name from its form, enveloped in glass and floating over still water. Its interiors are defined by the use of stronger colour tones; deeper blues and browns, adding a level of sophistication to the space. A variety of innovative, lounge and meeting spaces create an inviting and hospitable area within. Hosting the Managing Director’s office, which echoes the theme of “hospitality”, the space boasts a spectacularly uninhibited view of the lake and the surrounding edifice.
The space in-between
As a testament to the sustainable relationship between the building and the environment, the atrium spaces are a celebration of light and colours that depict nature. Sunlight is given an uninterrupted pathway from the skylight above to bathe the atrium in natural light. The inculcation of soft blue hues and highlights of yellow and green completes the portrayal of the sky, trees and, the sun breaking through.
Pioneering global design standards
Titan’s new headquarters speaks to the highest global standards in sustainability and innovative design. A pioneer among workspaces that pursue excellence beyond just the physical space, the new Titan office pushes the boundaries of intelligent design while making an international mark in the world of transformative workspaces.