Category: Public Building

unbuilt public architecture

Way Side Amenties, at Delhi, by Kalayojan Architects

This work was conceptualized as an International public standard amenities project for a new national highway (eastern peripheral expressway) around New Delhi India. Many independent functions such as hotel, food courts, hospitals, petrol pump with electric charging facility, dhabas, local handicraft market, car and truck parking facility, public parks and large fountains were all seamlessly incorporated in planning of this 10 hectare land.

Way Side Amenties, at Delhi, by Kalayojan Architects

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Bamiyan Culture Centre, at Afghanistan, by MayaPraxis

Bamiyan Culture Centre, at Afghanistan, by MayaPraxis

The Bamiyan Cultural Centre is a space for exhibitions and training, that celebrates the wonderful history of Afghanistan, its heritage, local art and craft, knowledge and techniques. UNESCO, in association with the the Afghan Ministry of Information and Culture and the Republic of Korea hosted an architectural competition, the idea behind which is that culture also makes a valuable contribution to socio -economic development, and in the case of Bamiyan, it will pave the way towards future tourism, and encourage the participation of local communities, in not only protecting and preserving their own cultural heritage, but also sharing it.

Bamiyan Culture Centre, at Afghanistan, by MayaPraxis

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Artist Studio, at Fatepur Beri, by Urbanscape Architects

Artist Studio, at Fatepur Beri, by Urbanscape Architects

The Principal Architect, Dinesh Panwar beautifully formulated the brief into thoughts forming spaces. He believes the design should be for the client more than an ornamented medallion for the architect, he designed the building such that the built mass is not over powering keeping the foot print low, also keeping the building form subtle such that the sculpture stands out in front of the building and there is no clash of interests.

Artist Studio, at Fatepur Beri, by Urbanscape Architects

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Aum Architects, Shri Guru Ravidass Memorial Complex

Shri Guru Ravidass Memorial Complex at Punjab, by Aum Architects

An inherent aspect of Guru Ravi-das’s teachings lead to Simran. The act of realization and remembrance which connects one’s Mind and Body to the higher level of spirituality. Thus, creating the trinity of life, Mind, Body and Soul, as one. The triangle becomes the symbol of our higher connection, and also the wholesome process of Simran.

Shri Guru Ravidass Memorial Complex at Khuralgarh Sahib, Hoshiarpur – PUNJAB, by Aum Architects

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Unbuilt 2.0 Architecture Of Future Collectives in addition to curated unbuilt ideas from across India, also  features a number of intriguing essays and conversations among design professionals on the theme,