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Ecoworld combines sustainability, art and thoughtful design, to offer a quintessential workplace that inspires

In the city of Bengaluru, where a hassle-free commute is a luxury, our campus, Ecoworld is strategically  located in Marathahalli Sarajpur Outer Ring Road. It is easily accessible from the upcoming metro, local buses and from the upcoming metro, airport and local buses, making it an ideal work destination in the city.

Tower 4D, a new smart building

With extensive landscaped areas, the work-leisure destination spreads across 45 acres. At the heart of it is Tower 4D, a first-generation Grade A building, designed for a natural and optimal energy footprint with extensive sustainable features. The entrance lobby that marks the entry to the elegant built environment is optimized with triple height and efficient space to offer a grand arrival experience.  The high-performance façade is crafted with unique cladding treatment which brings monumentality and architectural excellence. It optimizes natural light in office spaces, reducing the electricity load and overall heat gain.

The campus is integrated with people- scaped outdoor spaces which features textured walkways, curated flora and seating areas with pergolas. It fosters collaboration and tenants’ engagement. Ecoworld’s large, colourful and intriguing art installations by renowned Indian artists are great conversation starters that kindle one’s imagination and creativity.

The Aire, the dynamic green cube

A beautifully designed outdoor area equipped with rain sensors and a green roof. It creates a pleasant microclimate in the campus.

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A sustainable development in line with our ESG goals

Ecoworld has been a strong advocate of  LEED and has received “Gold” Certification, achieving a 95% score in the green parameters of “TRUE”- a zero waste certification program.  The project houses rain gardens with natural water retention systems to reduce pollutants and stormwater runoff rates to the drains while increasing soil and groundwater infiltration. The campus has also been able to recycle 100% of wastewater through its sewage treatment plant (STP), recycling thousands of kl of water every year.