How can architecture serve the needs of culture and civilization? IMK Architects, a pioneer in urban design founded in 1957, answers that question with Auric Hall, its new project in Aurangabad, India . Auric Hall serves as a landmark building for Aurangabad, an industrial smart city . The city itself was developed as part of a strategic development plan created by the Indian government to completely change the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor. At the center of the development plan is Auric Hall, a 16,600-square-meter building. Designed to provide space for administrative and commercial functions, Auric Hall also promotes collaboration, the flow of ideas and an amazing environment that honors the past while looking toward the future. As an architectural showcase, Auric Hall pays homage to Aurangabad’s history and works with its climate. To this end, the design includes decorative features such as ceremonial gateways, arches and beautiful jaali screens. The design evokes historic Mughal architecture, with an incredible style that combines ornate design, symmetry and function. Auric Hall puts on a modern twist on these historical elements via its beautiful atrium garden and indoor terraces that promote a social, community-oriented environment. The design seeks to encourage discussion, cross-collaboration and interaction. […]

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