The Creative Use Of Balcony Railings Gives This Building Some Unique Character

The Creative Use Of Balcony Railings Gives This Building Some Unique Character

Architecture firm Studio Ardete has recently completed a concrete commercial building in Punjab, India, that showcases a uniquely designed facade.

A unique building facade that's designed to look like melting concrete.

The multi-story building has a series of curvilinear sections which have been designed to look like melted concrete.

A unique building facade that's designed to look like melting concrete, with complimentary balcony railings.

A second layer of frames, created as metal silhouettes, adds another layer to the building.

A unique building facade that's designed to look like melting concrete, with complimentary balcony railings.

The layer of the white curved accents complements the concrete shapes and acts as a balcony railing.

A unique building facade that's designed to look like melting concrete, with complimentary balcony railings.

Studio Ardete also used this facade design to create an illusion, allowing the building to appear taller than it actually is.

A unique building facade that's designed to look like melting concrete, with complimentary balcony railings.
Photography by Ar.Purnesh Dev Nikhanj | Architecture firm: Studio Ardete | Design Team: Badrinath Kaleru, Prerna Kaleru, Sanchit Dhiman, Nancy Mittal, Abhimanue Sharma, Pragya Singh, Rahul Ghosh | Project Management: R.S Builders | Facade Construction: Er. Ravijeet Singh | Structural consultant for building and facade: Continental Foundation (Mr.Vikas Bhardwaj).
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