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|Title:||HERITAGE AND CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE IN AN URBAN ENVIRONPENT: A CASE STUDY, BHOPAL|
|Keywords:||ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING;HERITAGE AND CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE;URBAN ENVIRONPENT;BHOPAL|
|Abstract:||India with its rich culturalheritage, has an equally rich architecturelwhile discussing architecture and heri-tage, we have to keep in mind that our country has inherited possessions, associated with history and civilization, which has been the source of inspiration to the present generation and posterity. We have also inherited in the most of the towns and cities, natural assets in the form of lakes, rivers and mountains etc. There is a great need to pay attention towards our existing cities, their intrinsic visual qualities and the differences between them, not just so called historic towns but, all those with an individual identity. Cities are no longer perceived simply as religious, commercial, historical or university centres. But as formed urban localities in which such dimensions as image, symbols, perspective, structures, and all emotional values are brought together in the complex web of total perceptual experience. Anu discussion of the design of our urban environment should start with considerations of how the existing townscape has been created and with an understanding of urban design concepts of the past. Our forefatherScreated this urban environment either .|
|Research Supervisor/ Guide:||Ahuja, Rita|
|Appears in Collections:||MASTERS' DISSERTATIONS ( A&P)|
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