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Kolkata, West Bengal, India-700032 |Practicing since: Sept. 12, 2008
The Sea Scape Diary,Sinclairs Bayview,Port Blair, Hospitality-Hotel
Congeries of tropical fronds that flank along the deep blue shores, fresh-showered each morning with honey-dew, from coasting slopes to the craggy midland hills, through emerald glades and cultured valleys, from limestone caves to silver beaches, virtually define the resplendent variety of natural diversity that characterizes Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Every year thousands of awestruck tourists and travelers swarm across the Bay of Bengal to sulk in this idyllic verdant topography. Sitting amidst a long chain of tropical volcanic islands, the island of South Andaman houses its biggest city, port and capital, Port Blair. It is in this city, the resort is located along a rocky cliff, at some meters above the shoreline.
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The lobby was designed to be a natural extension of the sea shore and outdoors and people are able to enjoy the marine flavour as soon as they enter the place.
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Building across the lawn
the first impression one had of the existent property, built over a polygonal grid is that of confinement. The arrangement was centripetal and the sea was somewhat sequestered from the internal layout. The design was thus made to bring in the sea as an active component of design.
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The use of concrete and steel was minimised in the rendering of spaces while emphasizing on the locally available natural materials.
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