MRC Office at Chennai by Benny Kuriakose

The office has many courtyards and internal verandas, which serve as a surprise element when entering form the entrance. It is a single storied structure, with traditional Tamil-Nadu pan tiles on the sloping roof. The roof is made of hollow box steel sections; no concrete has been used for the roof. Recycled doors and windows have been used. Many principles of sustainable architecture have been followed.

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MRC Office at Chennai by Benny Kuriakose

The office has many courtyards and internal verandas, which serve as a surprise element when entering form the entrance. It is a single storied structure, with traditional Tamil-Nadu pan tiles on the sloping roof. The roof is made of hollow box steel sections; no concrete has been used for the roof. Recycled doors and windows have been used. Many principles of sustainable architecture have been followed.

Project Facts
Project Name: MRC Office
Location: Chennai
Name of firm: Benny Kuriakose
Category: Office building
Project Status: Completed
Project Period: 15 months
Submission Type: Professional Submission

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