Yashobhoomi, Dwarka, New Delhi
Triangular panels: 1000 x 1000 x 1000 mm; triangular perforation: 20 x 20 x 20 mm; 2 mm thickness of aluminium; anodised in Metallic Gold [11,737 m²]
Aluminium wall panels
Panel size: 1000 x 3000 mm; triangular perforation: 20 x 20 x 20 mm; 2 mm thickness of aluminium; anodised in Metallic Gold and Silver; 10 mm thickness of Plexiglas attached to the back for homogeneous back-lighting [3895 m²]
Cylinder made of anodised brass
Lengths: 300-600 mm; diameter: 150 mm; anodised in brass colour; 3 mm thickness of aluminium [1348 pieces]
For hexagonal lighting fields; size: 6000 x 7000 mm; cover with acoustic action due to perforation with 400,000 holes/m² [1352 m²]
Yashobhoomi is a unique and world-class exhibition and conference centre that reflects the multi-faceted architectural heritage of India. In India’s biggest conference centre, the modern blends seamlessly with the traditional, as do innovation and craftsmanship.
durlum has fitted out this conference centre with a diverse range of products. A made-to-measure ceiling system with triangular panels imbues the golden anodised surfaces of Yashobhoomi with a prestigious and high-calibre atmosphere. The panels in the hook system are suspended in a special structure with positive connection and without torsional stress so no tools are needed when removing them for maintenance work
The gaze is drawn to the distinctive triangular perforation of the metal wall system. There is a layer of Plexiglas behind these back-lit wall elements, delivering a homogeneous spread of light.
The repeating triangular motif is interrupted in several areas with fine brass-coloured aluminium cylinders in different lengths. They define artistic highlights and the subtly integrated sprinklers and luminaires do not detract from them in any way.
In the ultra-modern auditorium, eyes are drawn to the acoustics-enhancing hexagonal lighting panels that play a defining role in the visual impact of this auditorium.
durlum’s visually striking solutions for ceilings, walls and lighting are inspired by the culture of India and they blend in harmoniously with the iconic design characteristics of this conference centre, the third largest in the world.