Location: Gurgaon, Haryana, India
The initial quality that captivates about this development is the sheer contrasting diversity of its two buildings - the cubist highrise DLF Square and the forceful low-slung Nestle House. together, they complete the DLF trilogy on the national highway-8 in gurgaon along with DLF gateway tower and DLF atria. originally, the DLF Square was intended for the Nestle Group. but, during the course of construction there was a change in its management. the new administration was of the opinion that the facility was too large for their operations. So, DLF took over the original building, and a new facility was proposed for nestle on the same site. The first building, DLF square verbalises absolute minimalism. its simplicity is especially evident in the repetitive square module used in the plan. The idea of a modernist cuboid resting on white concrete supports was first sketched by the architect on a napkin in a paris cafe.