Woods Bagot is a renowned global architecture and consulting studio specializing in nature inspired design and execution. It has made its presence felt across five distinct regions: Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America.
The South Australian firm was established in 1869 and with time, came to be well known for its imaginative and integrated design solutions. It has received many accolades over the years, including a World House of the Year Award at World Architecture Festival in 2011.
A few of their most notable works include Nakheel Tower in Dubai, National War Memorial in Adelaide and Southern Cross Tower in Melbourne.
Its presence in the Indian market has been noteworthy, with active projects valuing over 5.5 million USD. With remarkable designs and state-of-the-art development, Woods Bagot is aiming to redefine the luxury realty scenario of India.
The most prominent Woods Bagot project in Mumbai is ‘The Wave’. It is an 80-floor tower which is being built in Worli, Mumbai. The design of the tower is inspired from the sea. The project is located close to the Arabian Sea and the recent architectural wonder, the Bandra-Worli Sealink.
Another Woods Bagot project in India which follows the rich maritime culture of Mumbai, is the Mumbai Sails project. It is being dubbed by Woods Bagot as the most iconic development in India. It is spread over 4 phases of construction that will house hotel, serviced residences, commercial offices and an international school. Mumbai Sails will soon be a part of the Mumbai Skyline which portrays an amalgamation of modern technology and time-honored Indian architecture.
Tata Housing has also got the privilege of working with the visionaries at Woods Bagot on their upcoming project named Ariana located in Bhubaneshwar. It offers a harmonious balance between residential dwellings and community-driven amenities. Ariana exemplifies the signature style and contemporary architectural look of Woods Bagot, and is aimed to provide a splendid yet peaceful life to its residents.