Sanskar Kendra, Ahmedabad

Built in April 1954

the museum was the brainchild of Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier

was named the Museum of Knowledge during its design.

To this day, the museum is supported by a distinctive 11-foot tall column.

The building was originally part of a larger complex of the Ahmedabad Cultural Center

with separate areas for different themes such as anthropology,

natural history, archaeology, monumental sculptures, workshops and depots, and open-air folklore.

Sanskar Kendra is designed to protect facilities from high temperatures.

This building stands on the Piloti signature, which is 3 meters high.

Pilots have easy access to a courtyard with a large pool

then a ramp that leads to the exhibits.

Necessary precautions have been taken to protect visitors from excessive heat during the day.