The Centre of Excellence at Ahmedabad by Pankaj Gandhi and Associates

The Centre of Excellence at Ahmedabad by Pankaj Gandhi and Associates

 The Centre of Excellence (COE) forms a semi-government building established in Vatva GIDC, represents the dream project, depicting the true designing propensity of the firm. The building is designed to functionalize, serving the purpose of both institutional & Industrial requirements like, conferences, trainings, cultural programmes, etc.
The Centre of Excellence at Ahmedabad by Pankaj Gandhi and Associates

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The Centre of Excellence at Ahmedabad by Pankaj Gandhi and Associates

 The Centre of Excellence (COE) forms a semi-government building established in Vatva GIDC, represents the dream project, depicting the true designing propensity of the firm. The building is designed to functionalize, serving the purpose of both institutional & Industrial requirements like, conferences, trainings, cultural programmes, etc. The ground floor area is equipped with an auditorium with the capacity of 750 people, training rooms, administration offices & a cafeteria, while auditorium with 250 people capacity, training rooms, annexe & guest rooms are placed at first floor, symbolising the best space planning for maximum functionality of area assigned to each premise. Astonishing exposed RCC double height entrance area flourished with bold curvature cut outs at different levels & an eye-catching self-casted exposed RCC reception thrive the beauty of the building.

Project Facts
Project Name: The Center of Excellence
Location: Ahmedabad
Category: Institutional
Area: 4000 sq. m.
Client/Owner: Novel, IL
Project Status: Completed

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