“The city of Chandigarh is planned to human scale. It puts us in touch with the infinite cosmos and nature. It provides us with places and buildings for all human activities by which the citizens can live a full and harmonious life. Here the radiance of nature and heart are within our reach.”
City known for its Sikh, Muslim and British architecture.Do not miss the architectural marvel by Architect Bhai Ram Singh.
City known for its pink coloured houses and ample of small temples in walled city, it is known to be built on the concepts of ‘shilp shastra’ and ‘vastu shastra’ by Bengali Architect Vidyadhar Bhattacharya.
Known as the Blue City due to the indigo tinge of the whitewashed houses around the Mehrangarh Fort.
This culturally rich city will give you ample reasons to look at every nook.
City known for its finest vernacular architectural marvels, famous for havelis, gardens, forts and temples.It is often referred as "City of Lakes".
Gateway to Rajasthan, Alwar is considered as one of the most prominent city known for its ethnicity, maze like markets, picturesque valley and mysterious forts.
The architecture of Ahmedabad ranges from the ancient to the very modern. The city known for its both traditional complexes as well as modern institutions.
“Creation of architecture is about creating moods and feelings.”
B. V Doshi
Known for extremely wealthy bungalows of Lutyens’ Delhi to very indigenous bazaar-based complex settlements of East Delhi to the most haphazard housing patterns.
Delhi has been many cities. It has been a Temple city, a Mughal city, a Colonial and a Post-Colonial city.
Known for its french settlement, this city is unique in its architectural character and a remarkably well preserved built heritage.
A seamless mix of French Colonial and Franco-Tamil architecture, makes a stroll on the streets a gateway to history.
I don’t think that architecture is only about shelter, is only about a very simple enclosure. It should be able to excite you, to calm you, to make you think.
Abu Dhabi is a city that knows exactly how to blend its Arabian heritage with futuristic designs, glorious green spaces, and cosmopolitan lifestyle. Its stunning architecture is worth a visit alone, being as magical as the city itself, a passionate combination of new-age high rise structures, majestic mosques, and out-of-this-world developments and much more.
From medieval times to modern days, France has been at the forefront of architectural innovation. In Medieval times, Romanesque designs signalled new Gothic styles. During the Renaissance, Italian ideas created lavish Chateaux.
Gothic Spanish architecture is found throughout much of Spain. The style thrived during the 13th century when it came to be known as High Gothic. It represented progress and innovation for Spain.
The Land of Poets and Thinkers, Germany is home to plenty of culture, history and quirky laws! Germany is also known for its major cities, the Black Forest, the Alps and Oktoberfest.
Turkey has some of the world's most notable architectural sites. From the ancient ruins of Çatalhöyük to post-modern buildings, there is always something of architectural interest to see in Turkey.