Nudes' plan for the school is to build a conjoined pair of six-storey cylindrical towers wrapped in greenery, with a looping cycling track on the roof.
At 32 metres at its highest point, the school will feature a double-height auditorium at ground level with five floors of classrooms above.
The cycling track that tops the building will create two bridges between the towers, one raised over the other to complete the endless circuit.
Stepped balconies covered in plants will ring the exterior of both buildings, creating a vertical forest up the facade.
Plants can remove pollutants from the air by a process called phytoremediation, whereby certain plants are able to absorb toxic chemicals via their leaves or roots. They also convert carbon dioxide into oxygen via photosynthesis.
Pune is the eighth-most populous city in India and has been suffering from worsening air quality for years. In 2018, a study showed that air pollution in Pune was four times higher than the safe standard set by the World Health Organisation.
A service track accessible on each floor will allow professional horticulturists access to the green facade, so they can maintain the plants.