With technology branching out across realms of travel, commerce, communication and agriculture, it was only a matter of time before it announced its arrival in real estate. Nila Spaces Limited is catalysing this paradigm shift and harnessing technology not only to adopt innovative methods of architecture and robust engineering but also to unveil its projects by channelling meta-reality.
In a first, Nila Spaces Limited ditched the done and dusted methods of presenting architectural layouts and plans to its potential customers and utilised the wonders of virtual reality to unveil its upcoming residential project in the GIFT City. One of its greatest undertakings, the GIFT City in Ahmedabad, is a mélange of ultra-modern office spaces, residential apartments and schools.
Redefining urban living
Before diving into details about the futuristic event aided by virtual reality, it’s imperative to understand the style and scope of the property. Nestled in the global financial hub of GIFT City in Gandhinagar, this residential complex bears every hallmark of luxury living. The contemporary and swanky complex boasts unique studio living in addition to one, two, and three-bedroom apartments on each floor spread across two 33-storeyed highrises, 117-metres to be precise. The green bridges between the buildings and rooftop terraces double up as expanses to luxuriate in and are accessible to all the members along with being a visual delight for those passing by. Furthermore, a vertical green facade complements the state-of-the-art architecture, lending a positive and vivifying aura to the upcoming complex.
“GIFT City is a financial and business hub and is quickly growing into a diverse ecosystem for Indian as well as foreign businesses to thrive. Realising the immense potential for developing ultra-modern and sustainable urban living spaces with a touch of technology, and keeping the urban young professional’s lifestyle at the centre, our upcoming residential complex is one of the most unique offerings. We want to give customers the future of consumer experience, where we empower them to customize and visualise their homes better, using technology”, said Deep Vadodaria.
To take the tenets of architecture and design to newer heights, Nila Spaces Limited has collaborated with Blocher Partners India. The final layout prides itself in uber-modern amenities, breathtaking community spaces and spacious homes that redefine urban living.
“Our vision was to provide a landmark for contemporary living with aspects of sustainability and a green and colourful vibe. The towers will be an identity giving a great standing position in the urban context for this upcoming socio-economic quarter and the bespoke apartments will cater to the needs of the cosmopolitan inhabitants. What is most important for us is that the spaces will be not only highly functional and efficient but also happy, open, well-lit and take advantage of the amazing views that the location has to offer”, said Blocher Partners India, in a statement.
VIDA’s remarkable landscape takes inspiration from natural patterns flowing freely and ceaselessly around the edifices. The iconic vantage it offers emerges as the hero of the project—reminiscent of a slice of nature that has been lifted in the sky, held together by the emergence of the two towers.
Not only is the residential complex built to provide a comforting haven to patrons, but is also equally mindful of their evolving needs. Case in point—their association with ‘Quintessentially’—bespoke concierge services for all its members. This ingenious feature complements the on-the-go lifestyle of the young workforce. For the uninitiated, Quintessentially is a members-only concierge club with over 35 offices across the globe. India has been home to Quintessentially for over a decade, during which the company collaborated with superlative real estate developers and garnered an elite clientele which is lifestyle-oriented.
“VIDA by Nila Spaces was inspired by contextual thought. The geometry of VIDA’s landscape derives from an order akin to the replication of natural patterns flowing freely and ceaselessly around the edifices. The real pride of the project, though, is the iconic vantage it offers, created by imagining a slice of nature that has been lifted in the sky by the act of emergence of the two towers”, said Suneet Mohindru, Oracles Landscape— a firm which has executed some of the most prestigious projects in the country.
To further augment the consumer experience, GIFT City offers upscale solutions like an Automated Waste Collection System (AWCS), an underground utility tunnel, 99.999% power reliability and drinkable water from any tap. In addition to being a certified TIER IV Green Data Centre, the GIFT City also boasts an exclusive sky park, spread across more than 20,000 sq ft. The sky park also has bragging rights to a jogging track that will be located at a height of 111-metres.
Nila Spaces Limited unveiled its highly anticipated urban living project VIDA at the gift city at a one-of-its-kind event in Ahmedabad. The monumental event was equipped with more than 70 Meta Oculus Quest-2 devices which showcased the project in meta reality and were experienced by more than 400 patrons. Each of them had the power to decide their own experience, thanks to advanced features which enabled them to customise the house interiors and visualise views from their houses once constructed.
“The Nila Spaces Metaverse event was one of a kind and the most realistic way to experience your dream home. It was a resounding success, and most people who experienced it were in complete awe”, said Prianka Singh, Director of Business Development, Quintessentially.
Real Estate is truly in the prime of technological and innovative expansion, and virtual reality is just the beginning. In the days to come, it will witness the advent of 3D printing, IOT to manage spaces, the 5G boom and an impetus on ESG (environment, social and governance) using technology.
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