1960’s Andreas Volwahsen – Living Architecture

1960’s Andreas Volwahsen – Living Architecture

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Renowned architecture historian Andreas Volwahsen came to India in the ’60s. He was then working on his books on Indian architecture (Living Architecture: Islamic India and Living Architecture: India) and while doing that captured some beautiful images of architectural masterpieces across the country. Picture below is Cupola of the Tejapala Temple, Mount Abu.

Andreas Volwahsen – Living Architecture is organised by Tasveer, in partnership with Vacheron Constantin. The exhibition is sponsored by Zuari Cement. (Andreas Volwahsen/TASVEER)

1960's Andreas Volwahsen - Living Architecture

 

Two Gopuras, Madurai (Andreas Volwahsen/TASVEER)

1960's Andreas Volwahsen - Living Architecture

Dilapadated Shrine, Bhubaneswar (Andreas Volwahsen/TASVEER)

1960's Andreas Volwahsen - Living Architecture

View Over the Roof of Gulbarga Mosque, Glubarga (Andreas Volwahsen/TASVEER)

1960's Andreas Volwahsen - Living Architecture

Arch Ceiling, Bijapurg (Andreas Volwahsen/TASVEER)

1960's Andreas Volwahsen - Living Architecture

Detail at the Jantar Mantar, Jaipur (Andreas Volwahsen/TASVEER)

1960's Andreas Volwahsen - Living Architecture

Central Column of the Diwan-i Khass, Fatehpur Sikri (Andreas Volwahsen/TASVEER)

1960's Andreas Volwahsen - Living Architecture

 

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