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Sterling Place

Sterling Place was conceived as an ‘oasis’ among the concrete structures surrounding it, offering a refreshing relief to the viewer. The structure is planned in seven levels with the topmost floor reserved for a serviced apartment and lower floors being apartments.

The external façade is finished using terracotta tiles and is punctuated with borders made of unpolished granite slabs. The giant sloped roof with Mangalore tiles covers the whole building and is supported by three yellow colored steel columns.

There is a terrace garden at the second floor level. The roof above the terrace garden creates an ‘atrium’ effect outside the building. The penthouse apartment has a roof garden around it. ‘Open to sky’ shower areas attached to the bathrooms in the penthouse add to the novelty.

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