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RyderHKS first images released

RyderHKS has released the first images of its design and masterplan for a major residential complex in Bangalore, southern India. The proposal is a mix of low-rise and high-rise accommodation, creating 1,020 dwellings, together with leisure, health, shopping and education facilities. The seven high-rise towers form a connected necklace around the periphery of the site, creating a partially enclosed heart to the scheme - where low-rise residential blocks and interconnected landscaped plazas weave their way between existing trees that reach up to 30m in height.

Work is expected to start on site in 2005 and be completed after a two-year phased construction period.

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