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Canara Bank Hassan

Canara Bank Hassan

About Project

The site being rectilinear, the design has employed an elongated approach towards its planning of the floors with the public and secured areas separated from each other. 



Hassan, Karnataka
Canara Bank 
Chetan, Shubha, Gokul, Sufyan, Darshan

With the longest sides facing North-South the elevation has been rightly treated with planters to the South in an effort to narrow down the harsh light entering from the direction whilst letting ample sunlight seep into the work stations reducing the need for artificial lighting. The glazing used to the three sides of the building screen and filter in the light required making the building more energy efficient. The green corridors created on the sides are also multifunctional acting as leisure spaces for the staff. The central regions with cutouts and landscaped areas add a sense of greenery to the building while also enabling natural ventilation. The G+3 structure has spaces confined to the east and west in accordance with their functions and accessibility. Vertical circulation is enabled by the two staircase lobbies with lifts provided to access the public areas and the secured regions separately. The textured wall treatment of elevation creates a divide between the planters flanking the building on either sides and creates a sense of balance in the overall appearance of the building. Expandable metal sheets alongside the planters and curtain walls fabricate the elevation of the building.