Glorifying the pomp of a social event, Arana Lawns is one of its kind projects in the practice of Uneven that ensures to cater to the celebrative nature of Indian families. Sheltered under a monolithic roof, a singular unit housing a hall of about 10,000sqft area, 8 rooms, and kitchen and utility areas is built. Double height volume of the hall amplifies the splendour of the congregational hall sitting in the vast plot of 3 lakh sq.ft.
Completed in a span of about six months, this project in itself is special owing to the finesse output in the shortest period of erection. Seated in the later portion of the entire plot, the hall, majorly designed for weddings, is the largest of all indoor facilities in the city. The hall is so designed that it can be opened out onto the plinth platforms in case of larger gatherings. Expanded on the site, the landscape has pocked plinths and gazebos for outdoor activities.
The entry to hall is augmented by a 20 ft high wooden door crafted with fine motifs. The volumetric spaces are kept neat using humble white on the walls to complement with the wooden interiors and glass facades. The rooms are designed as modules that can be opened up when in need to be used as a larger space for pre and post wedding functions. Manoeuvred for activities that build memories this project is inviting and shall be the most desired venue for weddings and social functions.