Ancient history inspires Pune metro station’s architecture

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Ancient history inspires Pune metro station’s architecture

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Metro stations frequently draw inspiration from their surroundings in the city, resulting in captivating designs.

The interior design of the Sambhaji Garden Metro Station resembles a fort from the Chhatrapati Shivaji era, creating a unique atmosphere. The station’s exteriors and interiors have been beautifully transformed into tableaux that showcase historical and cultural symbols. As commuters board the train at the Deccan metro, they are treated to a glimpse of the city’s rich history and heritage.

The PMC station, situated in the central part of the old peth regions, draws its inspiration from Wadas – grand residences featuring spacious courtyards that were constructed during the era of Marathas and Peshwas. Adorned with natural hues and adorned with numerous windows that invite abundant light and fresh air, this station offers a nostalgic journey to bygone times.

The station boasts a collection of windows that resemble the ‘wadas’ constructed during the Maratha and Peshwa era. These windows are adorned with natural hues and are arranged in a manner that facilitates the flow of air and light, providing a nostalgic journey through time.

The Nal Stop Metro Station showcases artwork featuring recognizable cinema themes, and it is home to prominent institutions like the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) and the National Film Archive of India (NFAI).

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