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SAQAFAT - INDO ISLAMIC CENTRE
SAQAFAT - INDO ISLAMIC CENTRE

SECTION AND BIRD EYE VIEW
SECTION AND BIRD EYE VIEW

ADMINISTRATION BLOCK
ADMINISTRATION BLOCK

VIEW OF OPEN AIR THEATER
VIEW OF OPEN AIR THEATER

VIEW OF WORKSHOP CLUSTER
VIEW OF WORKSHOP CLUSTER

VIEW OF RESEARCH SECTION
VIEW OF RESEARCH SECTION




PROJECTINDEX
 
SAQAFAT - INDO ISLAMIC CENTRE
Gujarat University
ARCHITECTURE

resumption of history and culture of MUGHALS
SAQAFAT – “the taste in art and manners that are favored by social group.”
Architecture is the identity of people and civilization. Every style of building architecture, reflects clearly distinctive basic principles of particular culture and era.
Mughal Art and Architecture (Indo-Islamic) one of the finest and beautiful building the world ever seen, is a cradle of knowledge, art, architecture and culture. The Muslim religion and its philosophy greatly influenced Mughal Architecture which still continues till this date. The architecture shows that how architectural system is associated to cosmology and its relation to human experiences have been articulated through order, discipline and literature.
The core idea is based on the concept of ‘cosmology’ as the key of the design origination. The aim of the project is to provide a platform as an interface to insight the art and architecture by preserving, promoting and reintegrating the traditional values – culture of Mughal through architectural intervention. The program manifest the ideology and philosophy which influenced the Mughal architecture. The CAMPUS accommodate about 8500 sq m of built up of temporary and permanent exhibits, an auditorium, workshops, a resource center and library.The exhibits includes Mughal era artifacts, weapons, armor, costumes and currency. The workshops where artisans are able to work and teach next generation. Auditorium as well as Open Theater for the recreational and to conduct cultural activities. A Resource center with Library which will offer a unique insight and new perspectives in Indo-Islamic Architecture.