Reimagining Nouvelle Aesthetics into Elite Workplaces

Project Highlights

Grade-A Commercial Office Spaces in Bangalore's Business Hub

  • RERA Number: PRM/KA/RERA/1251/309/PR/300323/005831.
  • Designed by the internationally acclaimed architect, Hadi Teherani. BCM Vertex comes with a functional, efficient, and sustainable design philosophy.
  • A USGBC LEED Gold Certified Office Complex.
  • 1,20,000 sq. ft. of Grade-A Commercial Office Spaces in Bangalore's key business hub.
  • Ideal for large IT/ITES Technology & BFSI Organisations.
  • Only 0.5 km away from the closest Metro Station.
  • Just 1.2 km away from the World Trade Centre.

About the Architect

Mr. Teherani's career path is unique, having worked as a fashion designer in Cologne before becoming a professional architect. However, his distinct and outstanding talent in architecture has earned him international accolades and recognition as one of Germany's most celebrated architects and designers.

He has left his remarkable imprint across the globe, from Abu Dhabi to Tehran, Copenhagen to Dubai, Berlin to Rome, and beyond.

Mr. Teherani's vision extends beyond creating architectural spaces. He seeks to create an all-encompassing experience, capturing the essence of the surrounding atmosphere and harmoniously integrating equipment features. His architectural philosophy emphasises the significance of light, air, and the room's view.


LEED Certified Green Buildings, Are Better Buildings

Buildings consume resources and energy at an alarming rate, but we can do better. Enter USGBC, a not for profit organisation that provides a framework that encourages healthy, efficient, and cost-saving green buildings, all while saving carbon emissions. Recognised globally as a symbol of achievement in sustainability, LEED is supported by a dedicated industry of individuals and organisations that are constantly striving towards market transformation.

LEED is a holistic system that considers all critical building elements, rather than focusing solely on a particular facet, e.g., energy, water, or health to name a few. By examining the larger picture, LEED strives to create better buildings that enhance human health, protect and restore water resources, promote sustainable and regenerative material cycles, and improve the overall quality of community life.

The ultimate goal of LEED is to reduce the impact that buildings have on global climate change, all while protecting and enhancing biodiversity and ecosystem services.

Floor Plans

Construction Update