In Pictures – NIFT, Kangra – Manish Gulati, MOFA Studios

Awarded to M:OFA as a part of the national level competition held by NIFT, New Delhi in June 2009 is being designed as a zero discharge, completely green campus. The design explores a contemporary interpretation of the local Himachal architecture woven with a thread of fluidity. - MoFA Studios

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Awarded to M:OFA as a part of the national level competition held by NIFT, New Delhi in June 2009 is being designed as a zero discharge, completely green campus. The design explores a contemporary interpretation of the local Himachal architecture woven with a thread of fluidity.

 

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