The Mohali campus of the ISB has been designed by New York based Perkins Eastman and the design and architecture follows the LEED GOLD standards. The campus comprises of elements like the administration block, the atrium, academic square, the circle.
The ISB campus at Mohali is an example of contemporary yet simple architecture entwined with the beauty of nature. Designed by New York-based Perkins Eastman, the campus represents the identity of the institution.
Where the tall buildings symbolize a state-of-the-art modern outlook interspersed with the Indian art, on the other hand, the lush green lawns, the trees and the centre of the campus called the atrium, lend it the spacious look. The design and architecture follows the LEED GOLD standards. Sprawling over 70 acres of area, the campus is self sustainable with all the amenities and facilities for the students, faculty and the staff located within a ten minute walking radius of the campus centre. The entire campus is wi-fi enabled with seamless connectivity. The academic block houses the well equipped lecture theatres, faculty offices, faculty lounge, the learning resource centre and the atrium plays host to the 500-seater auditorium besides a coffee shop.
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Knowledge City, Sector 81, SAS Nagar,
Mohali - 140 306
Lying adjacent to Chandigarh, Mohali was conceived after the trifurcation of Punjab. Its capital was Chandigarh, which became a Union Territory in late 1966. Mohali and Panchkula are Chandigarh’s two satellite towns.