[Architecture]: Don't let your wonderful buildings loose sheen in the foresight

Imagine this...
You--- in the capacity of an owner, developer, promoter, partner, realter, stakeholder, buyer, etc--- got a wonderful building constructed putting into precious hard-earned funds and hiring services of the best of the architects from the region.

Imagine this...
You are so very proud and happy to see your dream come true of constructing one beautiful and elegant piece of architecture, which in all terms is no less than your Taj Mahal by your own means no matter how meagre the funds-input might have been as compared to the actual Taj Mahal.

And, now visualise this...
Just like the backwaters on the banks of the Taj being utterly polluted and defaced come out as no less than an eyesore, visualize some of your lack of planning and/or oversight and/or some unauthorized/illegal structure springs up in the very foresight of the building elevation, then what would your dream do? What would happen to your immaculate planning and wish of presenting a marvellous piece of architecture to the world?


Something of the same sense happened to this beautiful creation of civi engineering, which is located in the very heat of the Delhi - NCR. It is being told that nobody took notice of this illegal hoarding and temporary hut being erected while the building was being completed, and the same has now become an utter eyesore in the view of this beautiful building besides being a sour battle of litigation with ghost parties (illegal compensation claimants).

Take notice and practice care if you also are planning or making your very own masterpiece. Ensure no one props an unwanted eyesore there. The good old adage says...'Prevention is better than cure'.

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  1. thnks 4 d nice suggestion.

    i'm an architect, and i wonder why i didn't pay this much attention to the nearby environs of my projects. thats why i want 2 thank u guys as i will go and re-assess all my ongoing projects from a larger perspective.

    carry on the gud wrk :)


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