Tata Eco City

Tata Eco City

Where Technology, Ecology and Community Comes Together in India's Silicon Valley
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DETAILS

LocationBangalore, Karnataka, India
ClientOne Bangalore Luxury Projects LLP
Size192 acres

At the crossroads of ecology and community, this master plan synergizes a unique blend of spaces that support active lifestyles and foster innovation and creativity. Tata Eco City Master Plan was been developed layer by layer, using a set of strategic design interventions to help ensure that the delicate balance between nature and the built environment is protected and enhanced. Based on principles of sustainability, the public realm is woven into the built environment to provide a lifestyle that promotes a healthy “live-learn-play” balance. Drawing nature and surrounding landscape into the public realm, the plan creates a series of neighborhoods for phased and flexible development, structured around a nine-hole golf course and driving range.

The golf course forms the central open space of the community while opening up to the two existing water bodies and quarry to the south. A pedestrian, jogging, and bicycling network is interwoven with this central open space to provide site-wide connectivity, while an athletic complex and international school is at the heart of the community, and commercial and hotel parcels act as the northern gateway.

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