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This New Delhi Restaurant Pays Homage to Ancient Roman Design

Studio Dangg incorporates hallmarks of classical architecture



Photography: Suryan and Dang, New Delhi

TAKING DESIGN CUES directly from classic Roman architecture, Baardos La Citta (New Delhi, India) is an 8000-square-foot eatery conveniently woven into the urban fabric of New Delhi.

Designed by Studio Dangg’s (New Delhi, India) Principal Architect Manav Dangg, Baardos La Citta boasts an impressive waterfall as well as a variety of plants and greenery, supporting its food offerings and visually elevating the experience for guests. During the day, plenty of natural sunlight illuminates the space through expansive windows and floods through a section of skylights.

Through the incorporation of high arches, moldings and columns, the design team took inspiration from classical architecture, paying homage to a historical era. In its own right, you could say it’s a modern-day monument.

📷 Suryan and Dang, New Delhi

Makaela Mertic is VMSD's spring 2023 Editorial Intern. She is currently a student studying journalism at the University of Cincinnati. In addition to holding the position of Treasurer for the University of Cincinnati Association of Black Journalists (UCABJ), Makaela is also an active member of Cru Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati Mountaineering Club.



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