Mohan suburbia

Mosaic of engagements

Mohan suburbia

Life cycle

Landscape design and planning uniquely works for natural resources, natural processes, and people. The values that the design practices, play a fundamental role in solving the environmental, social, and economic problems we face today. The residential campus calls for a phase-wise landscape development plan. Each phase adheres to the user profile and the gradual expansion needs of the project, hence providing for a myriad of visual and experiential spaces.

Sequence of openness

We have followed the hierarchy of open spaces in this 20-acre large township. From the front yard adjacent to the building to the walkways that connect; from the entry experience to the public gathering squares, the sequence of openness invites comfort and belongingness. The gathering spaces are given to swelling out at those important nodes where there is the most activity. They accommodate the public gatherings, small crowds, festivities, bonfires, carnivals, speeches, dancing, shouting, and these enrich the life of the town.

“Development of 5 phases of 20 acres township was spread over 8 years. Keeping up with the market trends, rate fluctuations and simultaneous operations was a challenge.”
Vikas Ligam | (Partner, Newarch LLP)

Concept

User | Identity | Elements

Typology

Residential

Client

Mohan Group

Location

Ambernath, Maharashtra

Area

20,234 Sq. Mt

Status

Completed

The structure follows social spaces

A progressive master plan for landscape design in Mohan Suburbia (Ambernath) augments social values. Understanding the community's altering needs and opportunities. It produces a strategic vision that improves the township as a space for both people and nature by enhancing biodiversity; creating more accessible, pedestrian, and legible links between spaces; and providing an interpretation of landscapes found throughout the site.
“Development of 5 phases of 20 acres township was spread over 8 years. Keeping up with the market trends, rate fluctuations and simultaneous operations was a challenge.”
Vikas Ligam | (Partner, Newarch LLP)