Rising from the lap of nature, this multi-octagonal pyramidical roof structure is not only a landmark that defines the countryside landscape but is perhaps also a paradigm example in resort architecture. As such the Golden huts resort on the Delhi-Jaipur highway, charms visitors into a gateway of relaxation and tranquility, away from the busy and hectic life of a city. Conceived in the 1980,s the timeless classic beauty of the complex in its serene backdrop still soothes guests in present day context.
With arid-semi desert topography, no contextual site backdrop and indeterminate requirements, Prof. Shah of Creative Group was commissioned with the task of designing the resort, at a time, when re-creational architecture was still emerging in the Indian setting. The initial proposal for a small halt centre, with rest rooms was later subsequently developed into a fully fledged resort having basic facilities of a conference room, banquet hall, fast-food center, restaurant and an exclusive wing of recreational area consisting of swimming pool, tennis/squash court and a small bird sanctuary.