4 news and picture results for the search term: Gujarat.

Political Party HQ, new offices in Gujarat, India

November 20, 2010 Filed Under: Goverment, Public Buildings
 Political Party HQ, new offices in Gujarat, India

Located in Gujarat, India, Political Party HQ, new offices was designed by Edifice Consultants Pvt, Ltd. The architects sought to segregate the functions broadly as private work areas, semi-public and public areas. Organising this way brings in flexibility, which would enable operating the office as a local development centre, an institution, connecting to the locals, […]

Le Corbusier Museum and Research Centre in Chandigarh, India

April 13, 2011 Filed Under: Cultural, Public Buildings
Le Corbusier Museum and Research Centre in Chandigarh, India

The Le Corbusier Museum and Research Centre is located in Chandigarh, India. The Indian city of Chandigarh shall soon have its own museum and research centre dedicated to the works of Le Corbusier, the architect who conceptualised and designed the city in the 1950’s. The building, which will be the sixth of its kind in […]

Adajan Terminal, bus terminal in India

November 14, 2010 Filed Under: Stations, Urban Design
Adajan Terminal,  bus terminal in India

Was designed by Space Matrix Design Consultants Pte Ltd, Adajan Terminal,  bus terminal, that located in India. Transport facilities are complex functional machines with the ability to build and support the cities around them. They are traditionally seen as gateways and designed as transiting facilities, for passenger movement and often dissociate from their surrounding urban […]

Stepwells in India

August 1, 2010 Filed Under: Cultural, Public Buildings
Stepwells in India

Designed by Editorial, Stepwells is located in India. These stunning images of Indian stepwells have been brought to WAN by Richard Cox who is currently in Rajasthan gathering more information and photographing these fascinating medieval structures. Once the focal point of many Indian communities, stepwells were mostly phased out during British rule due to concerns […]