Chandigarh museum case study

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Added: 31.05.2021
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It was a cold, breezy day so we were all bundled up in jackets and hats. As we got off the E train and walked toward the museum , its appearance was not what I expected it to be. The museum was an elegant, beautiful building made of what looked to be marble; not the big, brick monstrosity I had expected. Once we walked into the museum , it was even more elegant on the inside ENG Some wait for meanings to come to them, while others seek meanings.

B.Arch Thesis: Museum of Knowledge, Chandigarh, by Nikhil Pawar

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The museum celebrates years of the Sikh history and the th anniversary of the birth of Khalsa , based on the scriptures written by the tenth and last human guru, Guru Gobind Singh. The buildings are constructed of poured-in-place concrete; some beams and columns remain exposed, though a great deal of the structures will be clad in a local honey-colored stone. The rooftops are stainless steel-clad and exhibit a double curvature: they gather and reflect the sky while a series of dams in the ravine create pools that reflect the entire complex at night. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.

B.Arch Thesis: National Museum of Architecture, New Delhi, by Niranjan Kaur

One of the earliest planned cities of post-independence India, Chandigarh was designed by Swiss-French architect, Le Corbusier. The city is a strong reflection of colonial rule, in its layout and setting. The city is enclosed by an exceptional structure of roadways and greenery for a comfortable and serene life. And because the city of Chandigarh does not allow vehicles to enter the green strip, peace prevails. The building was planned by Pierre Jeanneret , and consists of three major programs: a library, an auditorium and a conference room.
It is one of the premier institution of India with a very rich collection of Gandharan sculptures, Pahari and Rajasthani miniature paintings. Before the partition in , the collection of art objects, paintings, sculptures and decorative arts, were housed in the Central Museum, Lahore the then capital of Punjab. Of the various multi-dimensional Museums in India, the Government Museum and Art Gallery at Chandigarh occupies a very distinctive position for not only its unique collection of the objects, but also for other reasons as well.

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Houston G. 22.05.2021
Can you thank them for the excellent paper.
Lawrence A. 22.05.2021
Cant say anything special.
Armando G. 25.05.2021
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MD M. 26.05.2021
Quite a good and decent course.
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