Nature agro resort, Maharashtra, by Ajitbendre Design Studio

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Nature agro resort, Maharashtra, by Ajitbendre Design Studio 1

Nature agro resort, Maharashtra, designed by Ajitbendre Design Studio.

ABDS designing a Contemporary Farm Resort extension, the project was essentially an extension of The Agro Resort which was designed by us some years ago. The requirement this time around was addition of a structure housing a conference hall, dining hall and ten executive rooms. Given the typology of the project and the abundance of green around the site, we wanted the new building to inculcate all the modern facilities but also complement the elegant vista of pre-existing buildings, thus, a contemporary approach was the way to go.

The freshly completed RCC and steel structure was constructed in a span of 150 days. It boasts of an impressive conference hall at the entrance with a dining hall above and executive rooms beside conference hall and dining hall at two levels. Staircase at both ends at east and west, one for public and another for services ensure the segregation of private and public zones. 

Acknowledging the contextual visuals of the resort, earthy tones were used on surfaces and materials like Shahabad stone was used for flooring along with granite, blending perfectly with the surrounding. The clay jalis decorating the western facade and stairs add to the antecedent style. Metal pergolas with glass, a classic duo of materials are used along southern side serving as shading device which allow just the right amount sunlight at different hours of day. The immaculate dining area is a stunning display of contemporary workmanship as it combines a glass façade and aluminum frame with projected balconies and insulated metal roof covering to give a spectacular view of surrounding without the hindrance of direct sunlight. Eccentric elements like geometric tiles and dainty paintings in the dining area elevates the charm of the space. The executive rooms adhere to a minimal design with the use of marble finish tiles, subtle color palate with wood finished furniture’s and ambient lighting.

The play of columns supporting roof creates massive and well proportionate volume, which, along with the groomed landscape creates a picture that is sure to catch the viewers’ eye from the overlooking highway. Earthy exteriors with a swash of blue for the structure’s roof represents an independent design with a glint of unorthodox style.

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Project Facts

Designed by: Ajitbendre Design Studio
Office Name : ajitbendre design studio (ABDS)
Firm Location: Sangamner,maharashtra 
Lead Architect: Ar. Ajit Bendre
Lead Architect e-mail: [email protected]
Project Type: Hotel project 
Project Name: Nature Hotel 
Location: Sangamner, Maharashtra
Year Built: 2022
Duration of project: 6 Months
Project Size: sq feet:  6500 sq. ft
Team Design Credits: Ar.Disha, Ar. Kirti, Pranali , Rohan
Photograph Courtesy:  @hemant.patil.photoghrapher
Video credit : , @whatweclick_visuals, @whatweclick

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