National Geographic’s Superstructures is all set to unravel the art and science behind making the engineering wonder Experion Windchants along with featuring one of Asia’s largest residential skywalks with a unique documentary titled, ‘Superstructure: Experion Windchants’.
Premiering on September 26 at 8 pm on National Geographic in India, the documentary will give viewers a glimpse into the modern engineering that has been contributing significantly in improving the quality of life.
Featuring the modern structure that emphasises on function and a streamlined form, the film will take its viewers inside Experion Windchants to show the sheer hard work and ideation that enabled the developers to what it takes to create the architectural marvel. The film chronicles the engineering behind the man-made construction. The documentary tells the incredible story of making a landmark structure; bringing stories of people who conceptualised and designed it along with resident testimonials. It sheds light on the size, scale, construction methodology, machines that were used, staffing and operating processes that turned the housing project from dream to reality. The film also features the wonder and the revolutionary design behind one of Asia’s largest residential skywalks.
“The endeavour with our Superstructures series has always been to inspire people by bringing to them insightful narratives of architectural marvels. Every modern structure has an interesting story to tell and with this film on Experion Windchants, we weaved in a compelling narrative showcasing the engineering technologies and artistic design that can define the future of luxurious living in our country,” said the National Geographic spokesperson.
“With cutting-edge engineering and aesthetically planned structure, Experion Windchants is a project that has done us and the nation proud; creating an unforgettable experience for our customers. We are glad to have associated with National Geographic to bring out the story of how we created this masterpiece. The film will give viewers a fantastic opportunity to look inside one of the most spectacular constructions,” said B K Malagi, CEO and Board Member EDPL.
The promo of the documentary here -