ral envelope for the space.
The wide stepped walkway acts as an open auditorium. It allows people to directly climb to the upper levels of the museum as well as access the existing temple beyond.
Each of the museum spaces is punctuated by small landscaped courts allowing indirect natural light within whilst creating a seamless flow of indoor & outdoor spaces.
The walk inside the museum spaces with exhibits & landscaped courts leading to the connecting bridges through the sky lit large walkway together create an interesting journey with varying compositions of open and enclosed spaces.
This entire interesting experience culminates in the roof top terrace garden which allows for small performances as well as relaxation spaces and a cafeteria offering views of the city.
The design takes cognizance of the requirements , the location of an existing temple, locally available materials and the climate to create a responsive contextual building for the community.
ClientAmber Development and Management Authority, Jaipur
Gross Floor Area (mq)7585
ArchitectsSANJAY PURI ARCHITECTS
Design teamMr.Sanjay Puri, Ms.Suzanna Machado, Mr.Omkar Rane
Curriculum studio / partecipanteSanjay Puri , the Principal Architect of Sanjay Puri Architects, India has been a speaker and a judge at numerous international architecture events including the LEAF & WAF.
His firm founded in 1992, has won 114 international architecture awards including 5 Chicago Athenaeum Awards, 9 WAF Awards, 14 World Architecture Community U.K Awards, the LEAF , 5 Architizer Awards, 3 Hospitality Design Awards, 14 MIPIM Awards and several more.
His firm has successfully completed over 600 projects totaling over 60 million square feet.
Sanjay Puri and his firm of 72 architects now, continue their quest for creating sustainable design, charting new territories of spatial perception simultaneously imbibing the intrinsic values of Indian heritage & culture within their design solutions.
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