||||||||Modernist icon in Chennai|The Globeville office perches on top of a man-made mould|The small balcony overlooks the Chennai to Bangalore highway|Clean lines imbue the building with a sense of movement|Offices on the second level. At the far end is a show flat|The two-tiered floorplate is connected by a staircase|Entrance at the northern facade has a landscaped patio||
06 Dec 2010

architectureRED’s Chennai project

Words by James McLachlan

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