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Indian Suzlon One Earth Corporate Headquarters by CCBA Architects

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Indian Suzlon One Earth Corporate Headquarters by CCBA Architects

Based on the essential green building concepts of energy efficiency and sustainability, Suzlon One Earth Corporate Headquarters can be considered as a Zero Energy Project. This Indian architecture project is an engineering marvel in all respects including excellent architectural design and seamless integration with building services.

Indian Suzlon One Earth Corporate Headquarters by CCBA Architects View of the Tower

Located in Pune, Maharashtra, India, Suzlon Headquarters rest upon a built up area of 816,171 square feet with 45,393 square feet (10.4 acre) site area, housing about 2300 inhabitants. The buildings are all Ground+2 levels except the Corporate House which is Ground+3.

Suzlon One Earth has achieved Platinum level certification standards (points 56/57) and over 154 KW produced on site (5% of its annual energy use) with a total incremental cost of about 11%. There are no other LEED certified buildings with this level of certification and on-site renewable energy that have achieved this kind of cost efficiency. With this excellence, therefore, it is no wonder if achieved the AESA Best Corporate Building Award. Suzlon One Earth Corporate Headquarters project was started in 2006 and was completed in 2009 by CCBA Architects for their client Mr. Tulsi Tanti, CMD, of Suzlon Energy Ltd. (photos by CCBA Architects)

Indian Suzlon One Earth Corporate Headquarters by CCBA Architects View of the Garden Lanscape Indian Suzlon One Earth Corporate Headquarters by CCBA Architects View of the Interior Indian Suzlon One Earth Corporate Headquarters by CCBA Architects View at the Evening
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