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Hampi heritage interpretation and convention center | Architectural Sheets

Archi Display Festival 2020 Entry 60
PROJECT BY: Kunal Ajit Jain  (kunal_jain_23 [IG] and kunal jain [fb])
ARCHITECTURAL FIRM: Sanjay Puri Architects
EXPERIENCE : Practicing Architect
CATEGORY : Cultural
PROJECT TYPE: Port Folio
PUBLISHED BY: Archipedia

The ruins of Vijaynagara, the City of Victory, known better today as Hampi, on the right bank of the Tungabhadra river in northern Karnataka, constitute of the most extensive and spectacular historical sites to be found anywhere in India. Hampi has a vast history and many times tourist end up being exploring only the main and popular structure and many parallel stories and structures are left unexplored, hence HWHAMA came up with the proposal of interpretation center which can act as a gateway to Hampi, picturing its distinct features. So building an interpretation center which help both intangible and tangible heritage to survive and also would help tourist to have some knowledge about the vast land of history and mythical landscape that they are about to explore