Deutsche Bank - JTCPL Projects

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We have shared a remarkably sustainable journey with the Deutsche Bank Group. With the successful inception of their 400,000 Sq.Ft. Pune project, we were retained for one more facility which included a 110,000 Sq.Ft. facility in Nirlon Knowledge Park, Mumbai.

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THE DESIGN BRIEF

Challenge

As multinational corporation with over a century long history, the client had a well developed culture and aesthetic code. They wanted to create a workspace of international quality. From the colour palette down to the detailing on the furniture, everything was to set the standard and declare the client’s European pedigree and sensibilities.

Solution

What made these projects remarkable was our strong belief in making the impossible possible. Right from the start, there was a certain chemistry between the JTCPL Designs and the Bank teams. Our close collaboration made all the difference.

Creating a strong partnership with the client is essential for such projects and we worked hard to win over the client’s trust. Our passion showed in the care for details and guardianship to quality. This care showed throughout the conceptualization to design stages. Every day we were challenged to face critical situations and to surmount them as a team. Working with commitment, collaboration and infectious enthusiasm, we delivered a workspace that made both us and the client, immensely satisfied.

THE PROJECT TEAM

  • Ninad Tipnis

    Ninad Tipnis

    Principal Architect
  • Vipul Tapke

    Vipul Tapke

    Chief Architect
  • Siddharth Sukhathankar

    Siddharth Sukhathankar

    Senior Project Manager
  • Vikas Chodankar

    Vikas Chodankar

    Design Head
  • Shubhada Velhal

    Shubhada Velhal

    3D Visualiser
  • Sonali Patel

    Sonali Patel

    Interior Designer
  • Gwendylene George

    Gwendylene George

    Interior Designer
  • Abhishek Manerikar

    Abhishek Manerikar

    Project Manager
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