Microtek Greenburg is a cluster of state-of-the-art modern apartment towers in Gurugram, Delhi NCR. The design brief called for a midsegment luxury residential township, in the heart of the city. Multi-storey towers sit on the periphery of the block, allowing verdant green spaces to thrive. The site planning encompasses several apartment buildings interspersed with a host of amenities, including a clubhouse, two large swimming pools, play areas, and lounges.
The basement leading to the underground car park comprises broad, strategically located, free-flowing ramps, that run and meet at opposite ends. Natural light is admitted into these ramps, enhancing vision and ventilation, in addition to providing several vantage points that serve as wayfinding nodes. From the ramp, one enters the basement or the lower basement and concurrently faces the ramp straight ahead. The image of a congested, dimly-lit space with poor ventilation is, therefore, trounced in favor of a well-illuminated car parking, making the basement ‘come alive.’
The centrally-located landscaped gardens, devoid of vehicular traffic house all sports facilities such as a golf course, tennis and badminton courts, basketball court, cricket nets, and walkways. The swimming pools are strategically located—a lap pool occupies the area near the clubhouse in the south, and another lap cum splash pool is located in the north, offering residents new ways to unwind.
Nearly a dozen full-grown neem trees that occupied the site