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Aranya Art Center

Aranya Art Center

Neri&hu’s Aranya Art Centre in Qinhuangdao is one of the few structures plugged into the Aranya gold coast Seaview resort. Apart from the art centre, the site also features villas, the dune museum, the lonely library and the community hall. The Aranya community, including the art centre, focuses on communal living that is quite a …

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Entrepreneurship Development Institute

Entrepreneurship Development Institute – Hasmukh C. Patel Architects

Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII) in Ahmedabad is an autonomous institute that aims to build institutes for entrepreneurs through intensive training programs. That is designed by Hasmukh C. Patel architects. They also arrange provisions for research into entrepreneurship and training for tutoring on the same. EDII keeps an open mind towards all businesses and …

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The hill of the Buddha – Tadao Ando

The hill of the Buddha – Tadao Ando

Hill of the Buddha is a Buddhist shrine designed by architect Tadao Ando in makomanai Takino Cemetery in Sapporo, Japan. Since its establishment in 1982, the cemetery is well known for the row of moai megaliths. Although it is a Buddhist shrine, the statue or the place is not associated with the religion. Furthermore, with …

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The History of Chinese Civilization

The History of Chinese Civilization

The Chinese Civilization developed alongside the riverside, just like most settlements across the world.  It originated from  Huang  He or  Yellow River, which is the second-largest river in the world. What makes the 3000-year-old civilization stand out was that it was free from influence from other cultures of that time. As a result, the Chinese …

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Indus Valley Civilization

The History of Indus Valley Civilization

Indus Valley Civilization is one of the earliest and most advanced settlements during the Bronze era in the Indian subcontinent. It is one of the three early civilisations subsequent Mesopotamian and Ancient Egyptian Civilisation with about five million citizens. From 3300 BCE to 1300 BCE, it evolved from small village clusters to metropolitan cities stretching …

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Sangath

Sangath- B. V. Doshi’s Studio

Sangath is the studio of architect B. V. Doshi designed by him located in the historic city of Ahmedabad. This cluster of white curved vaults with arched openings is one of the most recognizable buildings in India. The studio reflects upon his philosophies on architecture and influence from architects Le Corbusier and Louis Kahn. Completed …

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INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT — BANGALORE

Indian Institute of Management-Banglore

Built following Calcutta and Ahmedabad, the Indian Institute of Management in Bangalore is among the top-ranked B-Schools in India. The architectural marvel built by B. V. Doshi is an exemplar of modern architectural heritage in the Indian context. Although known for his influence in Kahn and Corbusier, the inspiration for Doshi’s design is his unique …

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The center for Development Studies, Trivandrum – A Laurie Baker Masterpiece

The Center for Development Studies, Trivandrum – A Laurie Baker Masterpiece

The Centre for Development Studies in Kerala is one of the earliest projects of Laurie Baker. Established in 1970, the research institute gets its funds from The Government of Kerala and The Indian Council of Social Science Research. Under the mentorship of economist Prof. K.N Raj, CDS continues to be the leading social science research …

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