As the site was abutted with houses on two sides with narrow street widths. Conarch Architects visualised an introverted object drawing light from the numerous punched openings on the facade. The evolution of the design came from a simple geometric composition, which complemented the spatial distinction of layouts.
Spread across a sprawling four acres area, the Jhansi Hotel in Civil Lines, Jhansi was a reinvention property of a dilapidated historical landmark structure of the city built in 1905, which had long outlived its original purpose. Heavily damaged by rain, the decrepit spread out structure was restored for reuse as a luxury heritage hotel and gave Conarch Architects first of its opportunity.