Location: Bangalore India
Built Area: 205,000 sqft
Client: Embassy Group
Status: Under construction
Brief & vision
Embassy Springs is a real estate project located in Bangalore, India. It is a residential township developed by Embassy Group, one of the leading real estate developers in the country.
Embassy Springs is situated in North Bangalore and is designed to be a self-contained township with various amenities and facilities for its residents. It was planned to include a mix of residential options, such as apartments, villas, and plots for those who prefer to build their own homes. The project aimed to offer a modern and sustainable living environment, with ample green spaces, recreational areas, and community facilities.
Within this township development, Andy Fisher workshop was tasked to plan and design a few parcels that consists of row houses and villas, clubhouse, school, lakeside apartments, residential tower clusters and a marketing office.
Within this clubhouse plot, the brief provided was to design a 350,000sqft clubhouse that is fully equipped for recreational, health, business, F&B and other activities for members and their guests.
The master plan approach was based on creating a clubhouse as a central focal point of the development. The clubhouse is designed to include state-of-the-art fitness facilities, including a fully equipped gym, yoga studios, and refreshing swimming pools. For those seeking relaxation, a serene spa and wellness center offer a range of luxurious treatments and therapies, providing an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The Clubhouse is taking cue from the township concept of springs with water elements well integrated into the design
As a key amenity for the township, the school plot is designed to be adjacent to the Clubhouse to share part of the facilities. The school was intended to serve the residents within and surrounding community. The school was to cater for a total of 1,800 students to be built in 2 phases.
Slated to be completed in 2025, the clubhouse is currently under development and groundwork will commence shortly.