Principal Designers

Client

Bhartia Group

Consultants

Structural Design D. Dasgupta
Electrical Design Vishwakarma & Associates

Postscript

Hospital website The Design earned the architects the "Architect of the Year" award in 1994

1992

Sitaram Bhartia Institute of Science and Research

The design of this hospital starts with the premise that the recovery process must first begin in the mind.

A reputed research institute, with a total built-up area of 75000 sq.ft., has functioned as a hospital with three operation theatres since 1994. The office received the Architect of the Year Award in 1994 for the design of this building. It has achieved distinction of having an environment most conducive to the recovery of human mind and body. The premise of the design: to make the patient feel less like one when she enters the building.

Over the years, the Institute has been converted to a multi-specialty hospital with a research wing that specializes in research on Nuclear Medicine. It has received a distinction of having an environment most conducive to the recovery of the mind and body. 

See also ...

2006
Corporate Research and Development Centre, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited. A laboratory cum office building for a India's third largest company in the NCR that will never become obsolete.
2003
Antarctica Study Centre. An institute to study samples brought back from the South Pole
1989
National Geophysical Research Institute. The small yet significant comission also included the campus planning for the institute.The building housed one of India's first super computers

See also ...

2006
Corporate Research and Development Centre, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited A laboratory cum office building for a India's third largest company in the NCR that will never become obsolete.
2003
Antarctica Study Centre An institute to study samples brought back from the South Pole
1989
National Geophysical Research Institute The small yet significant comission also included the campus planning for the institute.The building housed one of India's first super computers