A two wheeler showroom had to be designed to provide maximum display area. The brief also required the building to be low maintenance and energy efficient.
A narrow frontage resulted in a multilevel display to maximize visibility. The wall were made of granite to reduce maintenance and reflect the local architecture character. Cavity walls and shaded openings reduce solar heat while cutouts and skylights serve to provide light and ventilation, reducing the energy demand.
Skylights and cutouts provide lighting and ventilation for all levels.
Adjustable pergolas control light and solar gain.
Projections ensure shading of display window.
Cavity walls with openings on the North and South side minimizes solar heat gain.