Historically, hotel architecture in India represents some truly spectacular designs that incorporate vernacularity and sustainability. Projects like The Lalit Grand Palace in Srinagar and Club Mahindra Pristine Peak Resort in Naldehra harmonize architecture with the ecology. Read More
Use of local materials and indigenous designs, to some extent, has helped promote vernacular architecture while also integrating modern themes and facilities into the design. Vernacular architectural themes have also proven popular among the new age travelers looking for bespoke experiences.
On the other hand, truly modern architectural structures like the Aerocity in New Delhi and Logix Riviera 105 in Noida display the ambition of hotel architects in India to compete at the global level. Created to be the epitome of modern design, ultra-modern facilities, and sustainable building, these projects support the evolving geographical, social, and cultural values of a young India. These hospitality projects also put India on equal footing with global peers in terms of service, technology, and design.
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This weaving together of old and the new is depicted in the works of CP Kukreja Architects – a leading hotel architecture firm in India. From the very beginning our vision has been to redefine the concepts of spatial planning, urban design, and sustainability for hotel architecture in India. Our work depicts some of the most diverse projects in hospitality architecture. From iconic five-star heritage hotels to ultramodern luxury hotels in India, we have a repertoire that imbibes innovation and sustainability while establishing a healthy relationship between the local culture and traditions and the overreaching architectural design. Show Less
Having been in the industry for over five decades now, we have been a part of the most significant housing projects- ranging from private residences to residential societies to large-scale townships. Each project for us brings new opportunity to design a unique concept which instills a distinct identity to it. Be it the vernacular aesthetics in HPCL Barmer Township, the humungous scale of Persian art work in Feroze Shah Apartments, the characteristic semi-circular arched openings in Aradhana apartments or the curvaceous form of the award-winning Eldeco Apartments, we curate residential projects keeping the occupants in mind and providing them with the best residential experience. C P Kukreja Architects is one of the leading names as an architectural design firm in the country, specializing in industrial projects. They have the knowledge, experience and resources needed to provide assistance in industrial designs and developing the most functional designs. The company is adept at providing Design, Engineering, HVAC and Project Management services for industrial projects. Today, CPKA’s diverse portfolio has ranked their standing for being the best industrial architects in Delhi and the country. With an increased awareness of the impact of architecture on the climate, there is a widespread movement towards sustainable architecture in India. CPKA is one of the famous architects in India who have been incorporating this ideology in their designs since the very beginning of the practice. Each design begins with careful studies of the sun movement, wind direction, rainfall study, ground temperature analysis etc. During the design development wall, roof, glass, window-to-wall ratio, shading devices are carefully considered and incorporated. Renewable design and energy options are kept at the fore-front making green architecture a stronghold of CPKA. A dedicated Sustainability Studio carries out studies for the same using advanced simulation tools.
Published in 1978, the book 'Tropical Architecture', is based on our founder CP Kukreja's master's thesis at the University of Manitoba, Canada - 'Design of Buildings in the Tropics.'It brings to attention many design solutions as a reference for designing in tropical climates or regions
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