Hospitality ArchitectureLakshman Sagar Resort - Tradition, Ecology, Contemporary Culture

Lakshman Sagar Resort – Tradition, Ecology, Contemporary Culture

Lakshman Sagar Resort - tradition, ecology, contemporary culture, by Sahil & Sarthak (17)

Lakshman Sagar Resort made by Sahil & Sarthak company from Delhi, received its name from the lake on which bank is situated Rajasthani village from Raipur, India. Even if Raipur is primarily an agricultural community, the village has a number of skilled artisans who realize a number of necessary items for daily life. The project of this station has proposed itself to identify various skills, materials and craftsmen from Raipur area and valorize them within the accommodation spaces.

Lakshman Sagar - tradition, ecology, contemporary culture, by Sahil & Sarthak (10)

The research area and attraction of artisans into the project has extended to the vicinity cities of Raipur. Thus, a lot of actors “designers” had to synchronize for the success of the local project. Regarding the materials used for the realization of various appurtenances and decorations, the natural local materials and sustainable were emphasized. The entire series of decors made for Lakshman Sagar Resort focus and summarize the true objectives of the project: tradition, ecology, ethics and contemporary culture. The resort is perfectly integrated in the specific environment of the area, both in terms of architectural and interior design. Sahil & Sarthak valorizes the Indian folk traditions and values in combination with modern elements of interior design, finalizing this exotic and very attractive project well.

Lakshman Sagar - tradition, ecology, contemporary culture, by Sahil & Sarthak (14)

Lakshman Sagar Resort - tradition, ecology, contemporary culture, by Sahil & Sarthak (15)

Lakshman Sagar - tradition, ecology, contemporary culture, by Sahil & Sarthak (19)

Lakshman Sagar Resort - tradition, ecology, contemporary culture, by Sahil & Sarthak (20)

Lakshman Sagar - tradition, ecology, contemporary culture, by Sahil & Sarthak (6)

Lakshman Sagar - tradition, ecology, contemporary culture, by Sahil & Sarthak (18)

Lakshman Sagar Resort - tradition, ecology, contemporary culture, by Sahil & Sarthak (9)

Lakshman Sagar Resort - tradition, ecology, contemporary culture, by Sahil & Sarthak (5)

Lakshman Sagar Resort - tradition, ecology, contemporary culture, by Sahil & Sarthak (8)

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