Water, the Hub of Life…
Water is its mater and matrix, mother and medium. Water is the most extraordinary substance! Practically all its properties are anomalous, which enabled life to use it as building material for its machinery. Life is water dancing to the tune of solids.

“Aqua Pallazio” has been designed with a concept of a palace on water.
The project is designed to create an iconic identity to the city, not just another residential complex with large stacks of apartments but an image which will change the city’s skyline forever. This complex will be a unique and proud addition to the city where engineering abilities and a new architectural vocabulary come together to produce the cities most sought after residential address. The entire project is designed as not just another residential building complex but an intelligent response to modern day living and its expectations of comfort and affordability.

The building is designed to be a housing complex set in the heart of nature with ample spaces for outdoor activities and recreation. All norms of modern green building concepts along with traditional building modules of passive cooling and channelizing air currents and cross ventilation have been incorporated to create a modern day iconic master piece “a palace in water”……AQUA PALLAZIO


The entire project is designed as a wave, embodying the free flowing nature of water.
The Stilt + 14 towers are so arranged on the master plan so as to create a flow of open spaces right from one end of the site to the other end of the site, connected by landscape spaces and water bodies.
The buildings have a wave like appearance with its bands which give a curvilinear transgression to the entire façade.
The waves are flowing in and out of the building without any sharp deviations or obstructions to the visual balance of the façade.
The buildings are planned to have a mix of 2bhk, 3bhk and 4bhk apartments.

2 BHK units – 212
3 BHK units – 288
4 BHK units – 284


Ali Abbasi -chief designer
Tejaswi Malkar-Architect
Amit Parmar-Visualizer
Arnav Mukherjee-Architect
Pranav-junior architect