Project: Façade design for Railway Station Location: Bamandogri, Navi Mumbai Status: Unbuilt Gross Built Area: 20 acres Lead Architects: Seeja Sudhakaran & Khushbu Davda Collaborators: HSA architects maximizing visibility of the project and, thereby, of the station. Being a public space, it was important to not only make it very user-friendly but also make it a landmark which could help put this upcoming city on the map. The geometric principle of Delaunay’s Triangulation is used in the façade design to optimize the light filtration. The roof is an origami inspired structure which allows the soft northern light and discourages the heat from the west during the day. The entire roof is made of steel members and clad with glass and fiber cement board composite panels.