Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Patan Durbar Square



Patan Durbar square lies in the Kathmandu Valley, predominantly a big urban scape a world heritage site is symbol of glorious Malla Dynasty of Nepal. 

The architecture of the palaces and the temple are still the inspiration for the contemporary architects in town. 

The sloping pagoda roof which was transported by then Aarniko ( the famous architect) of Nepal to China and other part of the world are still the dominant architectural form.

The beauty of architecture here lies in the form and the detailing, abundance of the details are evident in the structures around the plaza, truly a marvelous place to visit.

Form the higher elevation one can always see the panoramic view of the Himalayas too on the horizon on a clear sunny day.

No comments:

Post a Comment

About Me

My photo

Professional Architect,ardent supporter of innovative and indigenous low cost green technology for the benefit of the common man. 

Presently working with many different type of Apartments,Commercial buildings, Housing and corporate building projects, including one on floriculture producing roses which purely relies on the sun and the soil but in an enclosed environment. 
We have applied for the pattent of our designs with the local authority,large scale production of this idea needs our consent.We shall appreciate all the DIY projects for philanthropic use and funding.

Followers