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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

The Capital in Bandra, Mumbai, India by James Law Cybertecture International

February 26th, 2011 by Sumit Singhal

Cybertecture is the ultimate expression of innovative art married with functional needs in consideration of the environment and humanity. The new commercial complex located in Mumbai, India ”The Capital” deliberately reveals her calmness, gracefulness and elegance. It is an extremely challenging work to develop a revolutionary design concept for an office with AAA- grading and achieving over 80% efficiency simultaneously. It integrated the sustainable concept, form and functionality that inspire the office building design and urban context in India like never before.

The Capital

  • Architect: James Law Cybertecture International®
  • Location: Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra, Mumbai India
  • Expected Completion Date : 2nd qtr 2011(estimated)
  • Use: Office
  • Total GFA: ~ 66347 sq.m.
  • Bldg. Scale: G+ 17 Levels 
  • Parking Lot: ~ 700 Lots


Amidst constant contest with design criteria and constrains, James Law Cybertecture international limited always positioned the environmental issues in the top priority. At the podium level, diffusers installed at the ceiling level reflected natural light into the atrium which significantly reduces the lighting energy demand. Spot cooling system is also adopted in the atrium to avoid unnecessary cooling load. Openable windows in office floors allow natural and cross ventilation in daily operation.

Exterior View of The Capital

For the building enclosure, there are three major features in the building.  An incredible stepped-in glazed valley façade is created at the West elevation of the building. The facade is stepped while each floor supported by feature columns and cantilevered in a way that the building itself act as a shading device.  A masterpiece egg shape structure inscribed inside the wonderful sky lobby at the East elevation. There are natural waterfalls and vegetations situated on both sides of the sky lobby. They enhance the cooling effect of the atrium. People can also enjoy the beautiful scenery in this communal space. The sparkling LED stripes protruded on the facade of “The capital” do not only act as an urban information display device, but also play the role of sun shading devices. The interior and exterior cladding system are adopted PVDF coating which are easily maintain and UV resisting.

Front View of The Capital

Smart parking

One of the innovation designs of “The Capital” is the intellectual parking system. By means of using internet and smart card system, occupants can log in and command the system in their office in prior to  picking up their cars. Therefore, the lap time can be shortened.

The Capital

Exterior View

Model of The Capital

Construction Image of The Capital

Construction Image

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