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interpretation of traditional courtyards in modern buildings
can any 1 suggest examples regarding the interpretation of traditional courtyards in modern buildings...like the courtyards in fatehpur sikhri is interpreted in the asian games village by raj rewal..ny similar examples??
Jifna Shahul
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interpretation of traditional courtyards in modern buildings
Jifna, as far as I can see traditional courtyards in modern buildings are glassed-in open spaces surrounded by or adjacent to a building and (incorrectly) called "atriums".
Frank John Snelling
interpretation of traditional courtyards in modern buildings
ya..dats exactly wat i meant..bt there open atriums also rite..i meant examples lyk the atrium in pearl academy of fashion..climatic wise that cud b an example..and use wise the ones at asian games vllage..
Jifna Shahul
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