Ahmedabad Architecture

Ahmedabad Architecture refers to the style and design of buildings and structures found in the city of Ahmedabad, located in India’s western state of Gujarat. It is characterized by a blend of traditional Indian architectural styles and modernist design elements, often incorporating features such as intricate carvings, vibrant colors, and ornate details. Notable examples of Ahmedabad Architecture include the Sidi Saiyyed Mosque, which features intricate stone latticework, and the Ahmedabad Textile Mill Owners’ Association Building, a modernist masterpiece designed by architect Le Corbusier.

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