Amazon India recently launched its first interconnected offices in Bangalore, with sustainability and design excellence at the heart of it. The Amazon Development Centre in Bagmane Capital Tech, Rome South stands as a twin to Rome North building. The two buildings are connected by a skybridge on the second floor, allowing employees to move quickly between them.
The Bagmane Capital Tech is a modern Amazon office, with six floors spread across 318,627 square feet. The office has plenty of huddle spaces and conference rooms to enable productivity and teamwork, while fostering an agile work environment. Employees can also visit the wellness rooms to rest, or hang out in the recreation space to play games.
The well-designed city of Bagmane Capital Tech
The office incorporates a lot of nature-inspired and urban design elements. The interiors of the building showcase the wonders of the natural world, with each floor reflecting a different seasonal theme. Organic textures and branching patterns on the ground floor are inspired by the roots of a majestic tree. Taking inspiration from a well-designed city, Bagmane Capital Tech is arranged in a grid-like pattern, creating self-sustaining neighbourhoods that have their own spaces. Paths cut across the neighbourhoods for effortless movement within the office and for easy access to amenities.
A beacon of sustainable innovation
As Bangalore continues to grow as a technological and business hub, Bagmane Capital Tech stands as a beacon of sustainable innovation. Amazon has implemented several energy efficiency, water conservation, and waste reduction initiatives while designing the new office. These initiatives have been recognised by the U.S. Green Building Council, which awarded the building the highly coveted Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) v4 Gold Certification for Interior Design and Construction.