Place specific form inspired by Warli Art
The terminal building is designed with the idea to promote the local art through structure and use of materials. The facade is a result of repetition of architectural elements with a beautiful jaali pattern, that acts as an extended shade. The terminal is an example of contemporary architecture with modern facilities. The design reflects the culture of Daman by the use of Jaali pattern on ceiling and inspired artwork on walls. The skylight on the roof adds dynamism to the entire profile and adds interest to the terminal interiors.
Location: Daman and Diu
Year: Nov 2018- Ongoing
Cost: 70 Cr ($9.54 million)
Site Area: 24.5 Acres
Built Area: 4,000 sq.m.
Scope: Comprehensive Architecture, MEP & Structure Engineering Services