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Nitesh Plaza

Established on a prominent 2.3-acre site along the prestigious Ali Askar Road, this 380,000 square foot mixed-use site seamlessly blends office and residential spaces in an executive setting. IBI Group provided architectural and interior design direction for the project, as well as landscape architecture including hardscape, softscape and water bodies.

Nitesh Estates Limited
Bengaluru, India
300,000 sq ft Office
80,000 sq ft Residential
27 storey Tower
600 car Parking

Nicknamed the “Silicon Valley of India”, Bengaluru is home to a highly dynamic and affluent population of residents and multi-national companies. The Nitesh Plaza accurately reflects the city’s ambitious nature, comprising 300,000 square feet of office space and 80,000 square feet of residential living in a 27-storey tower with three levels of below-grade parking accommodating 600 cars. A chain of stepped glass boxes fluidly transition the scale of the office floor plate to the smaller residential floor plan. At each step, south-facing terraces offer long-ranging views of Cubbon Park and the Bangalore Golf Club. Offices were designed with complete flexibility allowing them to be leased as single or multi-tenant floors fit for blue-chip brands.

The residential and commercial office lobbies carefully consider the mood of the project, incorporating jewel tone accent colours to highlight the cultural flavour of India. Looking upwards, the 22nd floor upper terrace cradles a beautiful outdoor pool and amenity areas connected to residential space. Above it, twenty luxury condominium units ranging from 3,000-4,500 square feet offer prestigious executive living conditions with unmatched views of the city.

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Mansoor Kazerouni

Global Director, Buildings | IBI Living+
Toronto, ON

Toronto, ON
Every building has its own idiosyncratic constraints of context, site, program, budget, and vocabulary. The challenge is to successfully resolve them into a gracefully crafted architectural composition. Our role as designers is to ensure that each building has its own personality and responds appropriately to its urban context. This is what we do best.

Mr. Kazerouni is the Global Director of Buildings at IBI. Mr. Kazerouni graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a Master’s degree, in 1991. With over 25 years of experience, he has a significant portfolio of projects completed or underway across Canada, the United States, the UK, UAE, Jordan and India. These include high density high-rise residential buildings, hotels, office, retail, institutional, and complex urban mixed-use developments. A number of these projects have been nominated for and received Urban Design and Architectural Design awards.

Mr. Kazerouni has been a guest lecturer on the subject of architecture and mixed-use design at universities, conferences and various panels. He has also been interviewed on the subject by architectural publications, newspapers, television and other media. Mr. Kazerouni’s abilities and expertise in his field have been recognized by his appointment to the City of Mississauga’s Urban Design Advisory Panel, the City of Markham’s Urban Design Advisory Panel and the City of Vaughan’s Urban Design Advisory Panel. He is also a past Advisory Board Member of the Urban Land Institute, and a member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.

Trevor McIntyre

Global Director - Placemaking + International
Toronto, ON

Toronto, ON
We have passed the point where half of the world's population is living in cities. If we as planners and designers want to continue to fight urban sprawl, then we need to focus on maintaining a high quality of green infrastructure in our cities and in particular around transit. The public realm, including parks, streets, shared streets and public plazas need to be designed to maximize the human experience. How we animate those spaces, and manage them with a mix of good design and technology will dictate the quality of life in our future cities.

Trevor McIntyre is Global Director, Placemaking & International. He is responsible for International operational results, including financial performance, professional and technical excellence, staff motivation and development, and client satisfaction. He is a Landscape Architect and member of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architecture and the American Society of Landscape Architecture.

Trevor has been a leading planner, landscape architect, and urban designer for more than 20 years, with projects in Canada, USA, Europe, the Middle East, South America, and Asia. He leads the Toronto IBI Group design practice in community planning and design, master planning, and landscape architecture. He has a Masters Degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Guelph.

Jennifer Lem

Associate | Manager, Interior Design
Toronto, ON

Toronto, ON

Jennifer Lem has highly developed conceptual skills, planning abilities, as well as a keen eye for finishes and details as evidenced by her work on the Edition Hotels (Miami; Waikiki), New World Hotel (Guangzhou), and St. Regis Hotel (Mexico City). Her ability to document and detail the interior environment is integral to her role in developing the Hospitality and Residential Interiors practice, where she is currently working on Minto?s Yorkville Park, Museum House, Harmony Village and the Nitesh Estates amongst projects.