A sophisticated confluence of heritage and modernity
Thapar House is recognized as one of the most iconic landmark buildings in Central Delhi– the largest business, financial and commercially-driven area in the city. This significant location boasts of heritage buildings, the magnificence of Lutyens’ architecture of the British Raj and the historic Jantar Mantar. Thapar House stands as an impressive structure – seamlessly blending the splendor of modern facilities with the grandeur of the colonial aesthetics.
Architecture & Design
Situated in the city’s seat of power – Lutyens’ Delhi–Thapar House was built in 1956. Its design converges architectural integrity with contemporary finishing across its three floors, amalgamating beauty and functionality, traditional and modern, harmoniously.
Surrounded by the Parliament, Rashtrapati Bhavan and the Supreme Court, this commercial office building is part of a high security zone with access to excellent public transport connectivity. With its proximity to the largest high-street commercial zone of the country, Connaught Place, Thapar House occupies a place of pride among prominent tourist places such as Raj Ghat, India Gate, Jantar Mantar, Humayun’s Tomb and the Red Fort in the vicinity. Leading domestic and international hospitality chains such as The Imperial Hotel, The Park Hotel, Shangri-La, The Taj Mahal Hotel, Radisson Blu Marina and more, are in its proximity as well.