The site for the SPIRETEC project is located in Greater Noida, which falls within the Delhi National Capital Region. The metropolitan region of Delhi NCR was notified in 1962 to relieve Delhi of developmental pressures. Apart from Delhi, the NCR includes areas of participating states Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. Covering an area of 33,578 square kilometers, this is the ninth largest urban conglomeration in the world. Greater Noida is located in Gautam Buddh Nagar district of Uttar Pradesh and lies 40 kilometers south east of Delhi. It is an extension to Noida.To weave a responsive building pattern into the planned fabric of IT work spaces overlooking the floodplain of the river.
To create a rest, leisure and workplace environment that is cohesive, reassuring and multi-layered in the experiences that it allows and meanings it explores.
To examine ideas of grafted urbanity and create a design that can witness, influence and remain pertinent to the sharp, anticipated transformations of the region.
To incorporate issues of use, operation, maintenance and performance so that the conception becomes a living organ in the dynamic tissue of dispersed urbanity and not merely a sculptural object of beauty.
To address issues of construction processes in an economy at an early stage in adoption of industrially processed materials and technologies, and its implications for modern and future India.
To find suitable responses to the idea of culture, a living craft tradition and the supremacy of the hand and mind connect.
To demonstrate that all this is possible in this climate of extremes while achieving the high level of global benchmarks of a low ecological footprint, sufficiency and sustainability, while at the same time being viable, flexible, and efficient
in essence, a mainstream green development.
And finally, to contribute to the required architectural agenda in India that needs to be set such that it is valid for the next several decades.