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Layers and Gateways in Indian Architecture

One facet of Indian architecture that I became particularly interested in was the masterful use of doorways and gateways to create complex relationships between the viewer’s motion and a building.

Layers and Gateways in Indian Architecture

While studying architecture at Company/Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute I had the opportunity to live in India for 6 months, exploring and studying the spatial and phenomenological qualities of traditional Indian architecture.

Layers and Gateways in Indian Architecture

Indian architecture is unique, in part, because of the country’s strong religious background. Over millennia these spiritual narrative have become unique spatial narratives that still craft the design of their buildings today.