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Visa Oshwal Community Centre

architecture

Nairobi, Kenya

Detailed studies of the Jain culture, religion, architecture and symbolic elements were carried out by the architects and are integrated in the interior and exterior decorations, windows and door openings, wall paneling and floor finishes

Project Scope:

Architectural Design

Project Year:

2002

Visa Oshwal Community Centre

architecture

Nairobi, Kenya

Detailed studies of the Jain culture, religion, architecture and symbolic elements were carried out by the architects and are integrated in the interior and exterior decorations, windows and door openings, wall paneling and floor finishes

Project Scope:

Architectural Design

Project Year:

2002

Religious Institutional Project

It is said that where there is a society there has to be religion and where there is religion there shall be a society! The shinning history of Jain religious progress started with the building of a “Ghar Derasar”at the Jain Shala Road in the year 1957.

Symbion was appointed in 1998 to design a new multi-purpose centre for the Visa Oshwal Community in Nairobi to cater for weddings, exhibitions, large conferences, smaller seminars, religious and cultural festivals and events, theatrical functions and music recitals. The spatial planning was carried out to enable different functions to take place simultaneously.

Detailed studies of the Jain culture, religion, architecture and symbolic elements were carried out by the architects and are integrated in the interior and exterior decorations, windows and door openings, wall paneling and floor finishes.

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