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Hospitality architecture
Hotel at Bodhgaya
Hotel courtyard with Maha Bodhi tree
Hotel Courtyard design
Cafe at Bodhgaya
Hotel at Bodhgaya Courtyard
Hotel design with meditation space
hotel room design with exposed brick
Bodhgaya

Hotel at Bodhgaya

Architecture & Interior design of a 4-star hotel at Bodhgaya

PROJECT AREA:   78 keys  |  70,000 Sq.ft.  |   Completed

 

Bodhgaya is where the Buddha is deemed to have received enlightenment. It is perhaps one of the holiest and oldest sites of pilgrimage for the Buddhist world. This context as well as the skills and materials relevant to the area informed our design for this hotel, which makes extensive use of brick – a cottage industry that has remained active in the area over the last 2000 years. The vocabulary of the building, using the craftsmanship of brick vaults, pillars and architraves also attempts to convey the emotions that most embody the Buddhist practice – wisdom, courage, compassion, forbearance and perseverance.

 

Spread over 4.5 acres, the courtyards and waterbodies as well as the sloping roofscapes create the conditions for an ecologically sustainable and highly contextual resort for Buddhist pilgrims.

 

 

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Hotel at Bodhgaya

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