National Cooperative Development Corporation Building


Exemplifying brutalism, this exposed concrete structure with two zig zag towers crossing each other is testimony to material economy, brave imagination and the finesse of the handmade. The central core ties the two wings to the central corridor. The texture of geometric patterns is accentuated by the shutter finish concrete. The form of the built form is inspired by the leaning forms in some of the south Indian religious structures, as seen in the gopurams, for instance.

Constructed, 1980