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The ‘Karle Town Centre’: UNStudio’s Master Plan for a New Tech Innovation Hub in India

The ‘Karle Town Centre’: UNStudio’s Master Plan for a New Tech Innovation Hub in India

Technological growth in Bangalore is something that’s not new and now with UNStudio’s master plan on ‘Karle Town Centre,’ the silicon valley of India will see hub. This hub will be a rapid technological growth, which is under construction. This new campus will be collaborating with UNSense and Karle Infra. This move was initiated to create a place for numerous information technology companies that have been in the burgeoning metropolis. The series of contemporary buildings are intended to form a bold landmark in the city. This is where KTC (Karle Town Centre) plays its part as the center of technological innovation.

The main ring road and metro lines are considered for the development of the city’s finest infrastructure along with a tech park nearby. Connecting both technology and nature is the master plan here. Clearly, everything is well thought and that being said we might see some amazing buildings where employees can feel that they are part of something very new. By avoiding the typical ‘urban stagnation’, UNStudio is making it quite interesting for those who are in the technology sector. All in all, tech is improving and with it the infrastructure as well.

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