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Architecture In India

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Architecture In India

Architecture in India has a unique and varied heritage, and a long history of blending traditional and contemporary architectural styles. This blending of styles has led to many modern buildings with bold, dramatic silhouettes. The use of vibrant colors, intricate designs, and intricate detailing is also a defining feature of Indian architecture. Additionally, the country’s diverse culture allows for a wide range of materials and building techniques. For example, many traditional Indian buildings, such as the royal palaces, feature intricately carved and painted stone facades. Meanwhile, contemporary buildings often make use of modern materials, such as glass, steel, and concrete.

Heritage, Color, Detail, Tradition.

Ji-Soo Park

Architecture In India

Architecture in India is the craft of designing and constructing buildings, as well as other physical structures and elements. It is a craft that has evolved over many centuries, drawing heavily upon the local construction methods, materials, and other cultural influences. Indian architecture often combines traditional and contemporary styles, and is known for its intricate stone and wood carvings, mural paintings, and decorative plasterwork. It is often characterized by its use of bright colors and ornamental designs. Many traditional Indian architectural styles are still used today, such as the Hindu temple architecture and the Mughal architecture.

Architecture India, Building Design, Traditional Style, Contemporary Design.

Lauren Moore

CITATION : "Lauren Moore. 'Architecture In India.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on March 27, 2023)"

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