The Surat Diamond Bourse (SDB) was designed by the architectural firm Morphogenesis and was built by the Shapoorji Pallonji Group. The SDB project was initiated in 2015. Though COVID-19 slowed the construction progress of SDB, the pace was increased after the lockdown was lifted and the entire project was completed in 2022.

The building is a striking example of modern architecture. It is made up of nine interconnected towers, which are arranged in a circular pattern. The towers are clad in white marble, which gives the building a distinctive appearance.

The Surat Diamond Bourse is a major economic hub for the city of Surat. It is estimated that the building generates over $10 billion in annual revenue for the city. The building is also a major tourist attraction, and it is visited by thousands of people each year.

SDB is the first building in India to be awarded a LEED Platinum certification, which is the highest level of environmental certification for buildings. The building has a rainwater harvesting system that collects rainwater from the roof and uses it to irrigate the surrounding gardens. The building has a natural ventilation system that uses the wind to circulate air throughout the building. The building has a number of energy-efficient features, such as LED lighting and motion sensors.

The Surat Diamond Bourse is a landmark building that has helped to transform the city of Surat into a global hub for the diamond trade. It is a testament to the ingenuity and creativity of Indian architects and engineers.

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