Posted by: mostwanted | Thursday, October 5, 2006

Modern Wonders of India

India’s rise as a 21st century global economic force is mirrored in a new building boom of corporate campuses, shopping malls, movie studios, and skyscrapers, many of which reflect a growing trend of sustainable architecture. Just as the classic Indian wonders of the world? “from the elegant Taj Mahal to the spectacular temples at Khajuraho evoke a characteristically South Asian style, India’s newest wonders distinguish themselves from other nations’ contemporary building types.

International powerhouse companies headquartered in India , such as Tata Consultancy Services, Wipro, and Infosys, are planning and constructing show-stopping offices that recall and update traditional Indian edifices, rather than mirror the generic glass boxes of Silicon Valley. Here are 10 examples of the new Indian architecture, by a spectrum of designers based around the world and in India. All of these superlative projects share one thing: They bridge India’s rich history and bright economic future.

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  1. Who is this?

    http://mjsabby.com, on the right side, 3 links into the page or so. I’d like to change that.

  2. Hello, Mera naam Rahul hai…And I stay in Noida …I am 10 years old..And i am exited for the Noida tower ..I WOULD BE FUn!!!!


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