Ecology of the land along with the native landscape is a key factor that dictates the design. The architecture is 'process' driven with orientation of buildings according to sun angles and use of recyclable and local materials being addressed at the concept level.
We have made a conscious effort to create a connection between indoor spaces and outdoor environments through the introduction of sunlight and views into the occupied areas of the building thus daylight is used in maximum areas to light up spaces.
Use of solar panels for common area lights to minimize dependency on non renewable resources especially during the night.
An adaptable landscape throughout the site that can adjust to the thermal changes, air quality, and acoustical and light requirements of different areas and provide a level of comfort.
We intend to maximize water efficiency within the building to reduce the burden on municipal water supply and waste water systems.
The STP system shall be designed to treat all grey water generated which will then be reused to:
1) Meet 100% irrigation requirements
2) Use for flushing within the building
A comprehensive rainwater harvesting scheme shall be developed so that all water is reused.
Wherever possible we will use building materials and products that are extracted and manufactured within the region, thereby supporting the regional economy and reducing the environmental impacts resulting from transportation.
By the use of materials such as Zinc we are incorporating recycled content materials, therefore reducing the impacts resulting from extraction of new virgin materials.
All these aspects introduced in the design and implemented on site will provide for a greener more environmentally friendly club house and enhance CCI's leadership in creating and maintaining an environmentally, economically and socially sustainable institution thus setting new paradigms with its design, development and management of the club, as well as in the actions of its members.