Times Square Mall Naya Raipur

Times Square Mall Naya Raipur

Architect: Prof. Charanjit S. Shah
Firm: Creative Group

Times Square Mall
Times Square imparts a totally new definition to architecture by using natural air and avoiding the use of artificial cooling systems. Breaking away from the age-old philosophy and concept of a mall as a conventional glass building with no play of forms, the architect accommodates an abstract use of jaali work as an elevation feature with a dynamic built form where the building facade changes at every viewing angle.

Hoardings solve the purpose by acting as a second sun screen apart from being a decorative element in the building; imbibed in the niches of metal jaalis. The team intended to add a very distinct element from history; the jaalis that envelope the building have been redefined to make a simple yet artistically bold statement.

The façade is interwoven with all the characteristics of an iconic marvel which are responsive to its environment. The jaali that acts as a double skin not only elevates the hoardings but also protects the building from the heat of the sun by cooling the air that passes through.
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