Mughal Museum Agra Uttar Pradesh
The Mughal Museum Agra Uttar Pradesh close to the Taj Mahal, Agra, was planned by David Chipperfield Architects and Studio Archohm. The development work of this lofty venture is going all out. The Mughal Museum Uttar Pradesh is being based on a plot of 25,000 square meters (2.5 hectares) found 1.3 km away from the eastern entryway of the Taj Mahal – a UNESCO World Heritage site in Agra.
Brought about by the Uttar Pradesh government, the undertaking is relied upon to finish before the finish of 2017 at a cost Rs 140 Crores (21 million US dollars).
With a developed region of 20,000 square meters, the Mughal Museum Agra Uttar Pradesh will exhibit the Mughals’ history and culture, who administered over northern India for more than three centuries. It will oblige around 5200 square meters of lasting and transitory presentation space, a hall, an asset community, and stores. The displays Mughal Museum are relied upon to incorporate Mughal-period curios, weaponry, covering, ensembles, and cash.
The undertaking is an aspect of a more effective all-inclusive strategy arranged by the design firm Studio Archohm – the Indian colleagues of David Chipperfield Architects. The arrangement’s different segments incorporate the Taj Orientation Center, the Agra Heritage Center, and a Street Cafeteria. The legislature has considered these offices to encourage and teach seven to 8,000,000 sightseers who visit the Taj Mahal every year.
Concerning traditional Mughal design, the Mughal Museum embraces standards, such as judiciousness, request, and reiteration, and reconsiders these in an advanced building language. Corridors, made out of thin columns set at close spans, outline the structure and intertwine inside and outside space. Likewise, a further arrangement of connected segments saturates the exterior with a solid beat. Liberal outside flights of stairs lead to a public rooftop patio with an open structure where a bistro and tree-concealed zones give an intriguing situation sees towards the Taj Mahal.
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The ground floor of the Mughal Museum houses transitory displays. A theater and a shop. It likewise encourages correspondence with the city and adds to the vivacity of the spot. A succession of contrastingly proportioned spaces in the lower floor level obliges the perpetual assortment and is described by fluctuating climatic lighting conditions.
The picked materials underline the material presence of discerning and tedious design. The Mughal Museum’s dark veneer is made of marble while the presentation spaces are portrayed by stone and reasonable confronted concrete. Transparent materials, for example, glass-earthenware, take into consideration a broad scope of sunlight utilizes inside the Museum’s inside.