India Temple. "A skyscraper design for the new millennium."
My designs are inspired by the Indian Tower which was intended to become India's first super-tall skyscraper.
Taking inspiration from the walkways and levels between floors, a plan view of the structure and the building profile which was designed by Fox & Fowle Architects.
My designs were created by marking out a box 16x16 cm. Dividing this into 4 squares.
I have used tonal shading to enhance the line drawings and the geometry of the architectural symbolism.
The architectural concept of the building included a stacked box type structure, each one rotated slightly. These were to include sky-garden levels, each tall enough to grow trees. This type of skewed box style is an emerging architectural form, however the construction of the building in Mumbai was cancelled and replaced by DB Towers.
Check out these links to view some more of my work in pencil.