A contextually designed hotel in wine country
Architecture + Design|August - September 2020
A contextually designed hotel in wine country
Project: Aria Hotel, Nashik, Maharashtra

The site for this hotel is gently contoured that rises up 9 metres towards the south, with the entry at the lowest level in the north. Being situated in Nashik, the wine growing region of India, the northern side of the site faces a large river and a dam with hills beyond. The southern side rises up into the hills that are in close proximity to the site. The client’s requirements included a large banquet hall of 15,000 sq ft, in addition to 60 rooms and other facilities.

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August - September 2020